BBA

BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) has become the most popular graduate course among candidates who wish to embark on a journey of management. The major purpose of pursuing a degree in BBA is to gain knowledge and education about managerial and business principles.

BBA is a three year managerial degree programme which is divided into six semesters. However, what after BBA becomes a big question for fresh graduates. A BBA degree gives you a some advantage for pursuing an MBA, but it is not always necessary to do MBA. There are many other options as well.

Options after BBA

Candidates having BBA degree can work as marketing & sales executive, or be management trainees in any firm. Major careers options available with candidates after pursuing a BBA degree are:

  • Campus Placement - Get Job 
  • Pursue Higher Education
  • Become a Financial Analyst
  • Prepare for Competitive Exams
  • Be an Entrepreneur

Campus Placement - Get Job

Lot of private sector companies having competitive edge take part in the placement drive as recruiters in colleges offering BBA course like Symbiosis International (Deemed) University, Christ University, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Delhi University and many more.

Companies look for candidates having exceptional communication, leadership, business, problem-solving skills and managerial decision making skills. Some of the campus placement offers include:

  • Human Resource in any company - Suitable for females pursuing BBA degree.

  • Operations Manager - Managing the operation of a business requires thorough knowledge of business process.

  • Sales & Marketing Executive - Most of the male candidates prefer going in sales & marketing field.

Pursue Higher Education

There are candidates who either do not wish to do job after BBA or don't get jobs as per their requirement. In both the cases, you can study further and pursue a master's degree. Most of the candidates prefer going for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or PGDM or MMS. Foundation level study topics of BBA courses are explained as real life courses in MBA course.

Admission Tests for Post Graduate Management Courses

  • Common Admission Test
  • Management Aptitude Test
  • Common Management Admission Test
  • Xavier’s Aptitude Test
  • Symbiosis National Aptitude Test

Become a Financial Analyst

Candidates who pursue a BBA degree in finance have the option to turn into a financial analyst by helping companies maximize their investments and earn profits. Using the critical analysis techniques, you can help companies in managing their assets and excel.

Prepare for Competitive Exams

If you do not wish to pursue MBA degree, you can prepare for many other  competitive exams that include banking exams, defence exams, civil service exams.

Be an Entrepreneur

Large number of fresh graduates start their own startups after understanding the basics and having sound knowledge of business terms through BBA course.