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MBA or Mfill/MS
12-06-2009, 01:24 PM,
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MBA or Mfill/MS
hello
i have done my BBA hons in fiance,as it was a 4 year degree and i equal to master level.should i go for MBA or as i can directly enroll myslf to Mfill/Ms .

As MBA will be again 16 yr of edu
and MS will be 18 yr of edu.

My interest is to work in coperate sector.as pplz say MS or Mfill is for them who want to be teacher or profesor.

(in my view MFIll/MS wil be helpful in long run as market is full of MBAs...correct me if i m rong)

thankyou
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12-07-2009, 07:29 PM,
#2
 
Taimoor23 50000 people are passing out each year with 16 years education (2 years masters or 4 years bachelors). If you are asking about my opinion, I will strongly recommend to find a job and than think for Executive MBA or M.phil etc (m.phil is usually done part time by 70% students). Try to find a job (Don`t except for promising job at very first chance. Just grab the job whichever you find relating to your studies)
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12-19-2009, 02:18 AM,
#3
 
Hi Tamoor,

I agree with Login2000. As a senior, I would advise you to go for a job and complete your MBA executive. M. Phill is advisable if you want to make a career in teaching/research. when you will go to search a job after your education in the long run, you would come to know that the experience counts a lot. Try to understand my point, when you go for a job and the minimum requirement of the job is MBA, every one who is applying for the job is an MBA. So your education is not giving you an advantage. It would be your experience and other skills that will ensure your promising career. Remember that the employers look for something more than your basic education viz your leadership, detail orientation, analytical, communication and problem solving skills, expertise in MS Office/SAP/Oracle etc. Pay special attention to you English. Most students in Pakistan try to gether more and more designations and degrees but drastically lack in other skills. Sometime these designations and degrees become a negative point rather than an advantage. I hope you understand my point.

Wish you good luck.
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