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Regarding subject and university
Sapna Tiwari profile image Sapna Tiwari Member Join date: Sep, 2012 Posts: 1 Points: 0
I am a student of l.S Raheja college, Mumbai, India. I m doing banking and insurance, 1st year, but I want to continue my further studies in abroad. So what stream and subject should I go for? And which country / university?
  • September 20, 2012
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate

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Rakesh Mehta Rakesh Mehta Contributor Join date: Aug, 2012 Posts: 15 Points: 160 Trusted Advisor

We actively involved in the processes of career counselling offering insight, guidance and support to help students understand and manage varied career issues. Career counselling and guidance generally involves face-to-face interaction. We believe that studying abroad is a big decision – both financially and emotionally and thus it is very important that you get accurate and well researched advice so that you are successful in fulfilling your long term career goals. 

We help you to identify the professional goals, enabling you to take a wiser academic decision, and provides Personal Guidance to help choose courses that perfectly fit your Career or Personal Goals. 

Career counsellor discusses with you about different career options and how one occupational field differs from another and also about the different levels (specialist, skilled or semi-skilled) of jobs within each field. At Careers N’ Options we guide you about the range of career opportunities available.

We strive to support students in their success by providing assistance through counselling, helping students connect with others, and aiding students in accessing resources and information.

Rakesh Mehta | Careers N' Options
 

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