Study BBA + MBA (Integrated) in Noida International University, Uttar Pradesh

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BBA + MBA (Integrated)

Noida International University

Uttar Pradesh
Bachelors Degree
Duration : 4 Years
For further details and information regarding admission contact our helpline number at +91 9851085100 or log on to http://www.study-india.in

Eligibility

Minimum 50% marks in 10+2

Fees Structure

Indian Student : 65,000 Per semester ,
Includes : Tuition fees
Excludes : Hostel and other fees


Bangladesh Student : 85,000 Per semester ,
Includes : Tuition fee
Excludes : Registration- 20,000, Exam fee-2000 and Hostel fee


Nepal Student : 85,000 Per semester ,
Includes : Tuition fee
Excludes : Registration- 20,000, Exam fee-2000 and Hostel fee


Rest Of world Student : 85,000 Per semester ,
Includes : Tuition fees
Excludes : Registration- 20,000, Exam fee-2000 and Hostel fee

 

 

Course Description

Professional degrees such as Bachelors of Business Administration  and Bachelors of Business Studies (BBS) are popular choice of courses for students looking at professional degrees at undergraduate level.

These courses address the core functions of business such as finance, strategy, decision, etc. The degree also focuses on managerial skills, team skills and communication skills.

All these above listed functions and skills form the basics of postgraduate level management courses such as Masters of Business Administration. Therefore, pursuing MBA post BBA degree is a natural course of action for many candidates.

MBA also happens to be one of the most sought after postgraduate degrees across the world. MBA degrees form top business guarantee accelerated career growth, wide network and good remuneration.

As a result various colleges and business schools are providing five-year integrated BBA+MBA degree. Such integrated dual degree courses can reduce various efforts for candidates.

Now the question that arises is:

What the difference between Five-year integrated BBA + MBA course and BBA course followed by MBA (separate UG and PG degree).

We spoke to some experts to find out what are the main differences between the two options. Here’s what we found.

1. Core topics

Candidates pursuing five-year integrated BBA + MBA have a certain advantage in terms of syllabus. In the five-year programme, no courses or subjects will be repeated. Candidates will progress to advanced levels of management education after two years.

In case of pursuing MBA after BBA, candidates will have to repeat courses. In an MBA programme, candidates come from various backgrounds. Candidates with BBA / BBS degrees will have to repeat core subjects.

2. Different institutes

Post a BBA degree, candidates can opt to select a different university or B-school for their management education. However, students pursuing five-year integrated BBA + MBA programme have no such option. Many students prefer to pursue MBA courses from premier B-schools such as Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) or top colleges. Pursuing a separate MBA degree helps candidates be a part of two institutions.

Alternately, in a five-year integrated BBA+MBA programmes, candidates don’t have the option of changing institutes after three years.

3. Entrance tests

In case of integrated BBA + MBA, candidates have to appear for entrance exam / selection procedure just once. However in case of separate degrees, candidates have to undergo admission and selection procedure twice. In the latter situation, candidates generally opt for exam such as CAT/XAT,MAT etc.

4. Work-experience

 

Candidates willing to get some work experience before pursuing post-graduation should ideally opt for separate BBA and MBA degrees. In an integrated BBA + MBA dual degree, candidates don’t have the option of working after a three years.

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