What masters can I choose? I'm a BCom finance and taxation student.?

Asked by Akshay paul almost 2 years ago

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Silvia Malloy

Silvia Malloy

CEO & Founder at Conva

If you’ve completed your BCom, you’d be eligible for a number of programs. You can choose from Master’s degrees or graduate certificate and diploma programs in a number of cutting-edge fields.

Best Study Options After Commerce:

1. MBA

2. Global Management

3. Finance

4. Sales and Marketing

5. Project Management

6. Human Resource Management

7. IT and Business Analytics

If you want to know more about the universities that you can target, I can help you with it. Let me know about your profile and course preferences. 

 

 

 


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Nitin Chauhan

Nitin Chauhan

MentR-Me
MentR-Me Team

Considering your background in BCom Finance and Taxation, several master's programs can align well with your skills and help propel your career forward:

  1. Master of Finance (MFin) - Particularly beneficial if you aim to stay deeply embedded in the finance sector, focusing on high-level financial concepts and market strategies.
  2. Master of Business Administration (MBA) - An MBA with a finance specialization would not only deepen your understanding of finance but also provide a broader perspective on business management and leadership.
  3. Master of Science in Data Analytics or Business Analytics - Given the increasing reliance on data in financial decision-making, a degree in analytics could provide you with cutting-edge skills that are highly valued in the finance sector.
  4. Master of Science in Taxation (MST) - This would be a direct extension of your taxation studies, providing deeper insights and preparing you for specialized roles in taxation consultancy and compliance.
  5. Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) - While not a master’s degree, preparing for and obtaining a CFA certification can significantly enhance your credentials and career prospects in finance.

Each of these programs offers unique advantages, so consider what skills and knowledge areas you want to develop further and how they align with your career aspirations. Additionally, look for programs that offer robust networking opportunities, practical experience through internships, and a curriculum that stays updated with current industry trends.

 


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