Doing the MBA Course

MBA's with Specialisations

Although the majority of MBA courses in the world are generalist in nature there are an increasing number that cover more elective subjects geared towards working within a particular field including:

Hotels & Tourism
Human Resources
Sports Industries
Public Sector 
Banking & Finance
Health & Medical Services
Information Systems

Many schools require the student to initially enrol into their generalist MBA and elect to specialise usually after the core modules have been studied.

This provides an opportunity for the student to defer his or her decision to specialise until a later date once more knowledge has been gained.

Check whether your preferred school operates in this manner, and if so, take advantage of it by keeping your options open for as long as possible.





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