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Hi, i am commerce student currently in 12th standard. Want to go abroad for further studies. Can some one help me with the options available and if i need to give any tests in advance for a few courses.
- May 26, 2014
- Preferred qualification: Undergraduate
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I am currently in 12th grade and will be giving my boards soon. I am confused between BBA and BMS. Out of the two, which one is a better course? Also if I want to study abroad which country would be student friendly. Because I have heard that the visa procedures have become pretty strict these days.
A lot of times people mistake BBA and BMS as the same course but it is not so. BBA(Bachelors in Business Administration) is a different course than Bachelor in Management Studies. I have myself pursued BBA and hence I can tell you that BMS concentrates on analytical and logical oriented studies, while BBA course concentrates on core elements of business which is more helpful. Also if you happen to pursue an MBA in the future, BBA would prove to be very helpful to you as it would set a strong base for you. BBA courses in abroad are pretty good, they give you a lot of exposure and also it would give you an international perspective which would again be an added benefit.
Thanks for your suggestion. I have a better idea now. Could you also tell which countries would be good for me to continue with my education?