A career after MBA in Finance is highly rewarding.
An MBA in Finance can work in banking and non-banking sectors, including corporates. Every organisation has a finance department and requires a financial expert for maintaining the balance of capital. The skilled finance students can be part of the stock market, top-notch organisation, finance ministry or related organisations.
Eligibility – A minimum of 50 % aggregate or equivalent CGPA in bachelor’s degree from a recognised university
Duration: 3 years
For a candidate, who has not studied English as a subject, the condition of English may be waived off provided the candidate in his qualifying exam has studied in English medium.
Fees Details –
|Yearly Fee||90000 -/ INR|
|Semester Fee||45000 -/ INR|
|Criteria||Scholarship amount (per year)|
|75% or above aggregate marks in 12th||25% of Programme Fee|
|60% or above aggregate marks in 12th||10% of Programme Fee|
Fee After Scholarship –
|Applicable Fee after Scholarship
|75% or above aggregate marks in 12th|| 22500
(i.e. 25% of Programme Fee)
|60% aggregate marks in 12th||9000
(i.e. 10% of Programme Fee)
he MBA in Finance prepares students for careers in financial planning, banking, corporate finance and accounting. The aspirant can also additionally work in various fields, including taxation, investment portfolio management, taxation planning, asset and liability finance, hedge fund management, international finance and insurance management.
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