nehaJan 02, 2013
Hello, I’m Neha & have come across confusion as to what to do after my graduation. I’m currentl...
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YoungBuzz Counselor - Dear Neha,

I understand you concern but lets go step by step :
1. To study further immediately after your graduation and concentrate on completing your education or to work and gain experience its going to be completely individualistic in nature.
2. Neither combination nor a single degree is right for everyone.
Both degrees are useful. Being aware of where you truly are in your career and avoiding steps that will land you in places you don’t want to go (several people have mentioned the middle office), will help you determine exactly what you need to do to keep moving (CFA vs. MBA, or both). Awareness of what your ambitions really are, and learning about the skills developed by each degree – not a formula or a tradition – will help you make the right decision.
3. So If you are sure you want to do CFA taking up M.Com will be a safe choice whereas if you do MBA / PDGFM along with CFA will be very difficult there might be a possibility that you may not be able to give justice to both. As in a management course you have a lot of Projects , presentations and guest lectures which takes most of your time so managing time for CFA would be concern.
4. NCFM can be done at any point of time and the knowledge of it can never go waste. So don't that can be done any time.

Wishing you all the best!

Jan 03, 2013

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