You can apply to the local universities to study a BBA or BMS or such courses. Any of these will be an excellent foundation for pursuing your MBA at the masters level. Upon completion of your bachelors, you can decide on the specialisation area for your MBA. The reputation of the university you study in is important BUT more important is your performance in the university that you join.
MBA Finance is offered by all top MBA institutes in India either as a specialisation or elective course in the second year of the degree programme. MBA Finance requires a strong background in Mathematics and Accounting. Career prospects after completing MBA in Finance are many and rewarding.
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To get into business analytics you are required of graduation in any stream. After graduating you need to attend few training on business analytics. And there is also another option in the graduation you can choose business analytics as your subject. And the courses are offered by majority of the college's no idea whether it is there in your city or not.
There is no fixed rule about how much work experience is required to pursue an MBA. However, most prestigious institutes prefer students with a minimum of two years of experience in the relevant field.
For those aspiring for leadership roles, an MBA is the right choice. Along with employability skills, MBA also helps you develop skills that contribute towards becoming a future leader. To pursue leadership roles in a company, it is essential to have leadership skills.
No there is no age limit for pursuing MBA in India as MBA is known for experiencing corporate and managing, so the experienced candidates are most welcomed.
The revised curriculum emphasizes an intensive, flexible core in management education with large number of specializations and electives.