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Hi, I am a BBA graduate and has 18 months of experience in security market and 4yrs experience in retail store,I want to pursue MBA or Master in international business or economics in the UK. I am really confused as to which field I should choose. I am not good at numerical things. Please advise me a good career path and the steps to apply

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If you are not good in numbers than international business will be better suited for you if this is of your career interest. Your work experience is in security market which is based on numbers (research and analyst). International business has wide scope in today's economic scenario. It helps you to analyse Country risk, Government risk, International trade practices and barriers, and many such exciting courses where you could be used for marketing of product/services in foreign country or you could set-up your own business related to import & export,etc.

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MSc International Business graduates can enter careers such as Accountancy, Consultancy, Business Development, Human Resources, IT, Logistics, Marketing, Investment Banking, Private Banking, Project Management, Research, Sales and Distribution, Tax Consultancy, and Underwriting or get in to self-employment.

You can consider programs like Masters of finance and Investment which can can get you in to capital investment activity: equity markets, fixed interest markets, and derivative markets. 
One of the good Business School you can consider in UK is University of Nottingham considered to be a Top 10 school in UK and offers both International Business and Finance & Banking courses. 

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