CFA vs MBA in finance after engineering

Hi I am an engineering graduate in computer science and have around 9 years of IT experience Now to shift to finance related IT jobs, planning to do MBA or CFA so that it will help me in moving up the ladder in finance IT. I hav…

Hi


I am an engineering graduate in computer science and have around 9 years of IT experience

Now to shift to finance related IT jobs, planning to do MBA or CFA so that it will help me in moving up the ladder in finance IT.

I have overseas experience as well.

Please suggest which is better between CFA and MBA for my education and work background


@aspirantt said:
HiI am an engineering graduate in computer science and have around 9 years of IT experienceNow to shift to finance related IT jobs, planning to do MBA or CFA so that it will help me in moving up the ladder in finance IT.I have overseas experience as well.Please suggest which is better between CFA and MBA for my education and work background
Please reframe my question to CFA vs MBA in finance vs MS in finance

@aspirantt Hey dear,

as per my knowledge you should go for MBA if and only if you got selected for a good institute..but if you are interested in finance so CFA is a good option for you ;it will land you at a great financial profile...as ther are many firms which recruit B.tech+IT candidates

Hi I am working currently in ONGC as a petroleum engineer since 1.5 yrs. I have combined work experience of 2 years My current job profile is quite specialised andd technical. I am a Mechanical Engineer. I was looking for field change. I know CFA is quite hard and complex in comparison to MBA. Kindly guide what should be my strategy?

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I want to ask that suppose i clear all the exams of cfa but i have no work experience. So do i have to again give rhe exam after attaning work ex of 4 years or i will directly get it.

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