Which is the highest paid Masters after BBA?

Asked by Naman Mahajan about 1 year ago

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Shruti g

Shruti g

Investment Professional at TPG Capital; Co-Founder & Co-President at Headway Circuit

The answer is simple; Master in Finance and a Master of Business Administration. I don’t know which one would you prefer the most but the one thing that I’m sure of, is these two are the most paid masters' degrees after BBA. 


First of all, a Masters in Finance degree has always been the most preferred for a commerce and economics undergraduate. Because of the options that a Finance Masters' degree provides, it is not a shock that graduates from this course earn the most. You get to choose from banking, investment, stockbroking, consultancy etc. These are already the best-established businesses and having a relevant degree makes them even better.


An MBA on the other hand is a different story. You can not expect an MBA to be good right after your BBA completion. That’s why if you like this option, I suggest picking a job in your force and gathering some quality work experience. After that, you can be a perfect fit to pursue an MBA from a big university with a global network.


Out of these two, I would say that an MS in Finance is a better choice as it has more flexibility. Working professionals also do finance masters to rapidly get ahead in their jobs. Doing it right after your BBA is an excellent thing if you are interested in the field. Finance professionals in countries like the USA, UK and Canada earn a six-figure salary as their annual income.


These two in fact are the highest-paid masters after BBA. Websites like Glassdoor and Payscale show the same result. 

Now, another important thing to keep in mind is that you need to check if the course aligns with your profile and future objectives as well. To know which course would be the right for you, you should directly get in touch with experts. They will analyze your profile and help you pick the most suitable course. 

Let me know if this helps and if you want any other information from my end. 


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Joshua Borisova

Joshua Borisova

Founder & CEO at TAXA

The answer is simple; Master in Finance and a Master of Business Administration. I don’t know which one would you prefer the most but the one thing that I’m sure of, is these two are the most paid masters' degrees after BBA. 

First of all, a Masters' in Finance degree has always been the most preferred for a commerce and economics undergraduate. Because of the options that a Finance master's degree provides, it is not a shock that graduates from this course earn the most. You get to choose from banking, investment, stockbroking, consultancy etc. These are already the best-established businesses and having a relevant degree makes them even better.

An MBA on the other hand is a different story. You can not expect an MBA to be good right after your BBA completion. That’s why if you like this option, I suggest picking a job in your force and gathering some quality work experience. After that, you can be a perfect fit to pursue an MBA from a big university with a global network.


Out of these two, I would say that an MS in Finance is a better choice as it has more flexibility. Working professionals also do finance masters to rapidly get ahead in their jobs. Doing it right after your BBA is an excellent thing if you are interested in the field. Finance professionals in countries like the USA, UK and Canada earn a six-figure salary as their annual income.


These two in fact are the highest-paid masters after BBA. Websites like Glassdoor and Payscale show the same result. 

Now, another important thing to keep in mind is that you need to check if the course aligns with your profile and future objectives as well. To know which course would be the right for you, you should directly get in touch with experts. They will analyze your profile and help you pick the most suitable course. 

Let me know if this helps and if you want any other information from my end. 


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