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Best Courses after MBA 

Candidates who have done their MBA and now looking for Best Courses after MBA 2017, they are at the right place. Job oriented Candidates can collect the details about Short Term & Full Time professional courses in the below section.

Job oriented candidates who want to continue their studies with the job, they can get help from the below information. MBA is a master degree course which covers areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, and operations management.

There are many professional courses we are providing in the beneath section by which applicants can apply for the course and as well as do their job too.

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Best Courses after MBA

1) Executive MBA- EMBA is a good option after MBA; it is 1 year duration correspondence course. After EMBA, aspirants can get good job opportunities in big companies in India and abroad.

2) Doctor Of Business (DBA)-It is a 1 year/full time or 2 years Weekend Program. It is a degree equivalent to Ph.D in Business Administration

3) Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) – It is the doctoral programme of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). Candidates must have Any Master Degree+55% marks for this course.

4) Ph.D (Banking technology) – This is a 2 years course duration course. Applicants must possess Masters Degree in any Engineering/Technology to appear for Ph.D (Banking technology) course.

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5) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Management- Duration of this course is 2 years to 5 years. There is no age bar for applying.  MPhil Degree and a Post-Graduate Degree in a relevant discipline with minimum 55 per cent marks or an equivalent grade holder applicant can apply for the course.

6) Post Graduate Diploma in Computer applications-PGDCA is a course for those candidates who are interested in computer applications. Aspirants will get a sound accepting of basic computer applications in business covering key programming languages, and many more.

7) English Speaking, Tally and personality development course– These all courses are the good option after MBA. This will help candidates to move ahead with great qualities and they can present themselves with a good personality.

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8) Diploma in Financial Management- Diploma in Financial Management is one year duration diploma course.  Any student pursuing graduations from a recognized university/institution are eligible to apply for the course

9) SAP course- SAP is highly paid certification program. There is no specific time duration for this course. Graduate in Engineering, B.Com, B.Sc, MCA or have completed any Masters Degree holder are eligible to apply for the course.

10) Bachelor in Legislative Law: LLB is undergraduate course duration of 3 years. Graduation degree holders with minimum 40% marks are eligible to apply for the course.

11) Courses in IT (C, C++, Java, HTML, C sharp) – After MBA candidates can also make their career in IT sector.  The knowledge about C, C++, Java, HTML, C sharp will prove help full for good start in professional career.

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