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     Career Breeder 
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    MBA in FINANCE prepares you in various subjects like Costing, Budgeting, International finance, Capital Management etc. With the knowledge of these subjects you would become expert in Financial Management related areas. Such expertise would enable you to work in finance department of any organization. Finance Management is for people who are in love with numbers and balance sheet, have high-end analytical skills and are more comfortable working at the back-end of the company.

    MBA in MARKETING offers you very lucrative career opportunities. Marketing specialization would hone your skills in developing business plans; identifying the strengths and weakness of a business so as to leverage the opportunities and safeguard the business from the potential threats posed by uncontrollable variables. If you have an outgoing and spontaneous personality, can influence people with your words and actions, and live in the moment, marketing management might be your cup of tea.

    Hope this will give you some clarity!

  • #122 Reply
     rajat 
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    How is MBA in Finance difference from MBA in Marketing ?

  • #5986 Reply
     Shraddha Goel 
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    MBA/PGDM  in Finance

    An MBA program with a concentration in finance prepares graduates to make financial decisions for a variety of businesses and organizations. MBA programs include finance courses that teach students how to acquire, manage and distribute funds in a business setting. Typical courses include marketing, international business and finance, budgeting, financial accounting, data analysis and economics.

    Students can choose to concentrate in one of several subspecialties that coincide with their personal and professional goals and interests. Subspecialties include areas such as private equity, corporate finance and portfolio management.

    Career option after MBA in Finance

    An MBA with a concentration in finance prepares students for a variety of careers, including positions such as these: Chief financial officer, Financial analyst, Financial manager, Insurance adjuster, Investment banker, Stock broker

    MBA/PGDM in Marketing

    A marketing MBA program is designed to prepare graduates to make marketing decisions in regards to advertising, public relations and other communications fields. Typical college coursework includes international sales and marketing, strategic planning, economics, ethics, market research, financial analysis, consumer behavior and current business trends.

    In an MBA marketing program, students are usually allowed to choose courses from subspecialty areas of marketing based on their individual interests and goals. Such areas may include product management, marketing management and international marketing.

    Career option after MBA in Finance in Marketing

    A variety of careers are available to graduates with an MBA in Marketing. Job possibilities include the following: Advertising executive, Brand manager, Business development director, Buyer, Market researcher, Product manager.

    I personally suggest that you go for Finance. 🙂

     

  • #6332 Reply
     Olivia Das 
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    Marketing:

    A marketing MBA program is designed to prepare graduates to make marketing decisions in regards to advertising, public relations and other communications fields. Typical college coursework includes international sales and marketing, strategic planning, economics, ethics, market research, financial analysis, consumer behavior and current business trends.

    In an MBA marketing program, students are usually allowed to choose courses from subspecialty areas of marketing based on their individual interests and goals. Such areas may include product management, marketing management and international marketing.

    Finance:

    An MBA program with a concentration in finance prepares graduates to make financial decisions for a variety of businesses and organizations. MBA programs include finance courses that teach students how to acquire, manage and distribute funds in a business setting. Typical courses include marketing, international business and finance, budgeting, financial accounting, data analysis and economics.

    Students can choose to concentrate in one of several sub-specialties that coincide with their personal and professional goals and interests. Sub-specialties include areas such as private equity, corporate finance and portfolio management.

    I would suggest you to take up finance, because it has a higher scope and development 🙂

  • #2158917 Reply
     suresh

    MBA Marketing is a study about the latest marketing techniques and brand promotion that attracts customers, boosts revenue, consumer behavior, and marketing products.MBA Finance is a study about in-depth knowledge of financial accounting and related finance fields. Both MBA Finance and MBA Marketing are the best management courses in India. Good career option for these courses. Here I mention the career options for this course.

    Career options for MBA Finance :
    Auditor
    Financial Manager
    Investment Banker
    Estate Planner
    Stock Broker

    Career options for MBA Marketing :

    Brand Manager
    Digital Marketing Head
    Digital Marketing Specialist
    Business Development Director

    If you are looking for these courses to get admission then Campushunt will help you to get the best management colleges for your higher studies. In my opinion, the Krupanidhi School of Management is one of the best management colleges in India. Krupanidhi School of Management helps the students to achieve this by conducting various workshops, guest lectures, and good infrastructure for students.

    List of best management courses in India :

    1. Krupanidhi School of Management
    2. presidency college of management
    3. BGS GLOBAL-SJB COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
    4. KOSHYS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES BANGALORE
    5. sjes college of management studies

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