The Master of Business Administration (MBA) International Finance postgraduate course emphasizes on the theories and concepts related to Finance and its applications on a global scale. It is a two-year course that focuses on accounting, financial planning, economic theory, micro and macroeconomics, money and banking systems, business, and trade and their industrial applications in traditional domains like Accounts, Finance, Human Resources (HR), Marketing, and Operations; and new and upcoming domains like Education, Events, Fashion, Hospitality, Industrialization, Information Technology (IT), Healthcare, Forestry, Logistics and Supply Chain, Sports, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and Tourism.
The course curriculum includes projects, viva, and dissertation topics with inputs from recognized and well-known faculty and business leaders from the field of Finance and Accounting. The syllabus of MBA International Finance includes the following topics:
The course has various features which make it a popular choice among management aspirants:
Candidates will have diverse knowledge about the characteristics and policies of finance from a global point of view after successful completion of the course. Candidates are trained to adapt to today’s dynamic and challenging business world so that they can begin their own firm and business. Capabilities, experiences, and skills are built and developed so that candidates are ready to build a strong foundation in Finance and succeed in their business enterprise.
Personal Skills like communication, analytical thinking, research, teamwork, and attention to detail; and Professional Skills like project management, prediction, research, critical thinking, logical reasoning, decision-making, resource handling, and entrepreneurship are enhanced through the MBA International Finance postgraduate course