Hi all, As the subject line goes, I want to know the education opportunity post MBA. Let me first start with a short description of my education & career details till now. I have graduated as Chemical engineering and studied MBA Finance …
As the subject line goes, I want to know the education opportunity post MBA.
Let me first start with a short description of my education & career details till now. I have graduated as Chemical engineering and studied MBA Finance from a reputed Governemnt college in Mumbai (ranked in top 20 in India). After which I joined the Regulatory Deptt. of Reliance Energy Ltd. (which is a leading power sector utility). With two years of experience at REL, I moved on to join a very renowned Consultancy company (one of the big 4) into their Power sector. So till now i have been leveraging on the power sector experience i have gained and my work majorly involves dealing with regulatory bodies & Govt. organisations.
Now i want to go for higher studies abroad (so as to have a global platform). I am very clear that I do not want to go for a PhD. Therefore, on a basic research for courses, i have come across MSc with specialisations in Strategy, International Finance etc. Also my experience till date has not much been in the proper finance domain. I want to know whether there are any courses that have good standing so that I can fetch good job afterwards.
Just to add - don't get hung up on not wanting to do a second MBA. I hold an MBA from FMS and went to do a second one in UK. My personal experience in the international MBA was quite different (and better) than the Indian one. You also need to keep in mind that the international studies become a very good platform to move into a career abroad and opens more doors too.
So as Bacardi suggests indirectly, when you evaluate the options on where to study, keep an eye on how will it support you on certain administrative requirements too - HSMP for example, in case you chose UK as your next career destination.
Thanks a ton Sandeep & Baccardisprite. This info was really very useful.
And i did learned abt the HSMP. Will get back to you with more questions soon.