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It is common globally that professionals with 3 -7 years of work experience often choose regular MBAs, in fact most of the decent regular MBA programs are designed for people with some level of work experience, while Executive MBAs are often designed to suit mid to senior management executives.
You must also need to know the purpose why you are planning to do an MBA, what are your motivations and your choice completely depend on that whether you wish to change your industry/sector, add a leadership edge to your qualification, willing to learn management concept to deploy it for an e
This is some additional information related to studying medicine in Singapore.
International Medical Graduates (IMG) holding a degree from a university specified in the 2nd schedule may apply for conditional registration to either study or practice in Singapore.
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So here are some of reputed universities/institutes offering post graduate degrees/diplomas in medicine or healthcare sector.
There are plenty of opportunities both in the field of Engineering & Technology as well as Medical & Life Sciences. As your son is good in maths and science; both the fields could be good option. Since your son is in 10th, deciding career goals early would benefit him in choosing his dream career. However, I would not be able to comment specifically here, considering the limited information available here.
I would recommend that you take comprehensive career counselling from an expert career adviser.
Choosing a career direction is a very crucial step; and must consider student's
Working in the field of your interest would lead you towards job satisfaction. Despite having degree in engineering, you can definitely work in the managerial or human resource field. There are plenty of graduate programs where you can apply even without master's degree.
It would be preferable for you to take up MBA with specialization in Human Resource or Operations. It will increase your chances of getting job in the field of your interest with the companies you are passionate to work with.
Make your CV/Resume according to the field/position you are applying to.
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HR professional can play a key role in embedding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
You can opt for Short term/ certificate course from Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA).
You could be benefited by taking CSR course. Many corporate and non-profit organizations, contributing towards the CSR, have special posts for CSR professionals.
As a HR professional, you can add value to the organizations becoming socially and environmentally responsible; with the knowledge of CSR, one can bridge employee engagement with CSR activities.
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I understand that you are at a crucial point in your career.
From your query, I am able to figure out that you are somewhere in the mid to senior managerial position in your organization. In case you wish to leave your job and take up a regular full time MBA, you should consider several important aspects - including managing your finance and job profile after the course. Average class profile for regular top tier MBAs vary from 7-12 years globally. You can also think of doing part time or Executive MBA from top tier institutes. You must also consider if you wish to take up your M
Admission process at IIM takes into several aspects including your 10th, 12th and bachelor's degree score combined with your CAT percentile.If you have scored less percentage either in board examinations or in degree, your chances to get admission will be reduced.
Still, CAT score has a significant weightage in the overall process. You can gauge your performance with the details available here. ()
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After your degree in engineering, if you are really interested and want to make long term association with aviation sector, you can definitely go for MBA in aviation management which provides broad range of technical and management skills.
There are number of institutes in India such as University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES); Hindustan University; International Institute for Aerospace Engineering & Management (IIAEM); D Y Patil School of management among many other which offer MBA programs in aviation field.
You are eligible to enter the course if you have got 50%
There are plenty of other options to choose from, if you don't want to go either for MBA or M.Com.
You can take up professional courses like Chartered Accountant (CA), Company Secretary (CS), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Apart from finance field; you can also opt for degree in Law, Mass Communication, Journalism and many others.
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