Masters vs MBA
In our previous post, we talked about the secrets of why you should gain a management degree. However, there are myriad doubts about a management degree and just Masters in a business-related course- Masters in Human Resources, for example. In this post, we will strive to remove those doubts once and for all.
Business and its allies are among the most popular courses sought after by students nowadays, all over the world. To put it simply, business graduates are high in demand and careers with a business degree are often highly paid. It is important to know that there are many types of business degrees, which offer different specializations and benefits, applicable to people with different career goals and interests. Some of the areas covered by business degrees are; Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, International Business, General Management and some more.
In a simple Master’s degree, in any of these fields, you will be solely focused upon the fundamental principles of that field alone. If you are not a business major, you will be required to take a leveling course to get you up to the mark. Moreover, after a Masters in any of these fields separately, you will- still- require an MBA degree. To put it simply, MBA concentrates on the bottom line.
A management degree, with all the electives you want to choose, will be giving you a comprehensive overall measure of business, in general. If you are looking for a managerial post in a corporate, this is what you will be wanting in your CV. Also, entrepreneurs are blooming and booming now. An MBA degree, thus, becomes not an accessory but something more imperative for your own benefit.
Doing your MBA abroad has even more benefits, as the exposure level and the quality of academics are superior in Universities abroad. Studying your MBA in a place like UK, New Zealand, Canada or Australia will give you the opportunity to study with international students from over 100 countries, helping you develop a international network which can help you a great deal in your career or setting up your own business.
If our “once and for all” claim is falling short by any measure, drop a ping to let us know. We will pull up our socks to convince you better. Simply because, if we can help you to choose better, we know that you will do better.