What are the further study options after completing B.Com?

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,After completing B.com you have 2 options:1.To opt for a job.2.To opt for further studies (MBA, M.Com etc)However as per your profile I would suggest you to work for 2-3 years after completing graduation and then opt for further studies.The advantage of this step would be:- You will gain relevant work experience.- After working you will know which course to pursue that can further enhance your career prospects.- If you are interested in pursuing MBA, then this work experience would help you to decide which specialization to opt in MBA that can further enhance your career prospects.However as per your profile pursuing MBA in finance would b... view more
  • There are lot of courses available for Bcom graduates. Generally everyone will go for MBA and Mcom as those are considered as best courses to pursue after Bcom. Since you asked for unique courses. Next options available are CA , CS that is charterd accountant or company secretary course. If u r interested in accounting then you can go for CA. And CS is basically about varies laws related to companies. There no such specific courses to be best or unique. U make best and unique combination of your studies depend on your interest. All the best.
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    Raj Aryan | Contributor-Level 9

    8 years ago
    Hi,MBA in finance is a good course to pursue and it offers good career prospects and excellent growth opportunities.After completing this course you may look out for exciting careers in banks, financial consultancies and financial institutions. You may get involved in consumer and investment banking, institutional finance, merchant banking, corporate finance and international finance. A good experience in this field can also lead you to serve on government committees and contribute significantly to policy-making issues. You may also end up providing consultancy services to corporate and government organizations.The remuneration of MBA in fina... view more
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    Prof. Harsha Kestur

    8 years ago
    You can also do professional courses conducted by trade associations like Indian institute of Materials Management, Project Management Institute on subjects like procurement, project management, international business, supply chain management, etc,.with both options like eLearning or traditional campus and modular learning method, time period from 3 months to 18 months which will enhance your skill sets and create more job opportunities. wishing you all the very best.

    The user recommends following institutes
    Rangnekar Institute of Management Studies and Research
    Indian Institute of Materials Management, Ahmedabad

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