Which Specialization to choose?


Harry Deci...

This is a list of the most common types of MBA course specialization:

? Finance :MBA Finance is basically hard core accounts.

? Marketing :A person possessing great communication skills along with persuasion powers and the skills and knowledge required for marketing or advertising is best suited for the specialization

? Human Resources :This is a very popular course with people who love to communicate with and handle different types of people.

? Entrepreneurship: A lot of people have the misconception that MBA Entrepreneurship is only for people who wish to be self-employed.

This is a list of the most common types of MBA course specialization:

? Finance :MBA Finance is basically hard core accounts.

? Marketing :A person possessing great communication skills along with persuasion powers and the skills and knowledge required for marketing or advertising is best suited for the specialization

? Human Resources :This is a very popular course with people who love to communicate with and handle different types of people.

? Entrepreneurship: A lot of people have the misconception that MBA Entrepreneurship is only for people who wish to be self-employed.
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Duncan

I'm not sure that management accounting doesn't require more soft skills and fewer quant skills than market research or brand valuation. These are rather sweeping. Rather than focus on specialisation, most students will be well advised to get into the best school they can, and to study across the whole range of general management issues. Also see the useful ranking at http://www.find-mba.com/specializations -- some of the top schools for getting into these industries don't have formal specialisations.

I'm not sure that management accounting doesn't require more soft skills and fewer quant skills than market research or brand valuation. These are rather sweeping. Rather than focus on specialisation, most students will be well advised to get into the best school they can, and to study across the whole range of general management issues. Also see the useful ranking at http://www.find-mba.com/specializations -- some of the top schools for getting into these industries don't have formal specialisations.
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Harry Deci...

I'm not sure that management accounting doesn't require more soft skills and fewer quant skills than market research or brand valuation. These are rather sweeping. Rather than focus on specialisation, most students will be well advised to get into the best school they can, and to study across the whole range of general management issues. Also see the useful ranking at http://www.find-mba.com/specializations -- some of the top schools for getting into these industries don't have formal specialisations.


Yeah friend its true,but to full fill your fundamental needs ,one can go to right and best school, even school should provide best facilities to the student so then can sharpen up their soft skills,and make their career in various field.

<blockquote>I'm not sure that management accounting doesn't require more soft skills and fewer quant skills than market research or brand valuation. These are rather sweeping. Rather than focus on specialisation, most students will be well advised to get into the best school they can, and to study across the whole range of general management issues. Also see the useful ranking at http://www.find-mba.com/specializations -- some of the top schools for getting into these industries don't have formal specialisations. </blockquote>

Yeah friend its true,but to full fill your fundamental needs ,one can go to right and best school, even school should provide best facilities to the student so then can sharpen up their soft skills,and make their career in various field.
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trudy

Hi,

On the same line- wanted to know if an Msc in Marketing from Smurfit Business school is a good option. I have over 8 years experience in mgmt, but want to specialize in marketing.
Request advise.

thank you

Hi,

On the same line- wanted to know if an Msc in Marketing from Smurfit Business school is a good option. I have over 8 years experience in mgmt, but want to specialize in marketing.
Request advise.

thank you
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Duncan

What are your goals? Their MSc in marketing practice is, in my opinion, one of the best designed programmes in Europe.

What are your goals? Their MSc in marketing practice is, in my opinion, one of the best designed programmes in Europe.
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Harry Deci...

trudy , what is your goal,interest to make your career in Marketing, Msc Marketing from best school, which make your career and bright your future.

trudy , what is your goal,interest to make your career in Marketing, Msc Marketing from best school, which make your career and bright your future.
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trudy

Hi
I plan to move to role either as marketing consultant or customer insight/customer lifecycle mgmt...
Is the msc in marketing more suited or the msc in marketing practice?

Thank u

Hi
I plan to move to role either as marketing consultant or customer insight/customer lifecycle mgmt...
Is the msc in marketing more suited or the msc in marketing practice?

Thank u
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Duncan

I'd suggest the MSc in marketing for an in-house role and the MSc in marketing practice for consultancy.

I'd suggest the MSc in marketing for an in-house role and the MSc in marketing practice for consultancy.
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trudy

Ok.
Thanks Duncan.
Are there better mobility options with an msc in marketing especially in dublin or europe?

Ok.
Thanks Duncan.
Are there better mobility options with an msc in marketing especially in dublin or europe?
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Duncan

See http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-marketing-in-western-europe.html

PS the ESCP Europe programme is now taught at its London campus, which is the second-largest of its five locations.

See http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-marketing-in-western-europe.html

PS the ESCP Europe programme is now taught at its London campus, which is the second-largest of its five locations.
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trudy

thank u

thank u
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