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What to study [#permalink] New post 29 May 2013, 08:14
Please help, I do not know what to study from the following:

specialization in: Accounting, Arts and Media Administration, Business and Sustainability, Business Consulting, Economics, Entrepreneurial Studies, Finance, Financial Engineering, Financial Services, Global Mining Management, Health Industry Management, International Business, Marketing, Non-Profit Management and Leadership, Operations Management and Information Systems, Organization Studies, Public Management, Real Estate and Infrastructure, Strategic Management; Academic exchanges available; Executive MBA offered; International MBA; MBA/JD.
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Re: What to study [#permalink] New post 30 May 2013, 14:23
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Please help, I do not know what to study from the following:

specialization in: Accounting, Arts and Media Administration, Business and Sustainability, Business Consulting, Economics, Entrepreneurial Studies, Finance, Financial Engineering, Financial Services, Global Mining Management, Health Industry Management, International Business, Marketing, Non-Profit Management and Leadership, Operations Management and Information Systems, Organization Studies, Public Management, Real Estate and Infrastructure, Strategic Management; Academic exchanges available; Executive MBA offered; International MBA; MBA/JD.


Hi pionir,

No one can answer questions but you. You have to first decide what kind of job/career/ life you want and then chose from the available options. Align these specializations with your interests and aspirations.

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Re: What to study [#permalink] New post 31 May 2013, 12:39
Vercules, Thank you very much.
It is difficult to decide because I do not know what it is because I did not work in those fields.
All those specializations are foregn to me.
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Re: What to study [#permalink] New post 31 May 2013, 13:10
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Vercules, Thank you very much.
It is difficult to decide because I do not know what it is because I did not work in those fields.
All those specializations are foregn to me.


Hi pionir,

Then I think the best thing would be to do an Internet search and find out the best and worst possible jobs in these fields. If you like a kind of work profile/ career then try to connect with someone who is doing such kind of work.. Then chose the specialization that you want to take. It will take time, but I think it will be worth the time and efforts.. All the best..

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Re: What to study [#permalink] New post 31 May 2013, 15:30
Vercules, that is true. Thank you very much my bro.
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