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Submitted by Ajesh on 09/06/2009 - 05:57 PM
The University of Alberta, School of Business is one of the top business schools in Canada in terms of research, teaching and community involvement. Here you can study with award-winning international faculty and classmates at one of Canada’s globally recognized business schools.

The U of A School of Business has produced four winners of the national 3M Teaching Fellowship, more than any other Canadian business school. The 3M award is Canada’s highest award for undergraduate university teaching excellence.

Bachelor of commerce holds 17 majors (Accounting, Human Resource Management, Business Economics and Law, International Business, Business Studies, Latin American Studies,
Decision and Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Distribution Management, Management and Organization, East Asian Studies, Marketing,
Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise, Operations Management, European Studies,
Retailing and Services, Finance). students with Alberta can compete in different national and international business case competition.

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Career options for finance students
Submitted by yogita shewale on 25/10/2013 - 01:49 PM Reply
A lot of B.Com students connect themselves with new career options of BPO jobs. Of course, a large percentage of them are joining the BPO industry.  According to a report on the BPO industry published by NASSCOM, the sector’s exports accounted for US$69 billion in 2012.  The report says that despite challenges in the global market conditions, India has sustained its growth trajectory. For FY2013, the export revenues are expected to grow by 11-14 per cent while the domestic revenues will grow by 13-16 percent, confirms NASSCOM.  For students, NASSCOM says that the IT-BPO sector continues to be one of the largest employers in the country directly employing over 2.8 million professionals, with over 230,000 jobs being added in FY2012.


So, coming back to the question on your minds, is this the only option for B.Com graduates?  The answer is, not really.


India has become a global hunting ground for talent. Now we have the opportunity to think of “global” careers. A career as a finance professional today is vastly different from what it used to be years ago. The study and analysis of today’s markets,financial products and other financially related sectors of the business world are the foundation of financial activities to date.

Stockbroker, financial planner, and investment banker are just a few examples of jobs that may be chosen when pursuing a career in finance.  However, it is important to remember that as the financial industry grows, being accurate and up to date with financial information and financial techniques is essential when considering a career in finance.


Financial markets across the globe are integrating, adding technological complexities and this has resulted in immense advancement in technology.  This essentially means that finance graduates are required to be global professionals now. The Indian stock market is on the roll. Today, India is one of the favorite investment destinations of FII’s. Restructuring and consolidation have become a norm rather than an exception. Internet has touched almost all aspects of our lives.


In their quest to differentiate their services and gain competitive advantage over their competitors, financial service providers are trying to provide their services to customers in the comfort of their homes. The internet has emerged as a convenient channel for these service providers. Internet-based trading technologies together with shifts in the economy and the business environment are transforming treasury investing. Online trading platforms are making significant inroads into cash management functions; treasurers are increasingly relying on these tools to find and execute the best trades. Banking sector is also witnessing vast changes.


Today’s finance professionals assume a broad range of responsibilities involving capital budgeting,
Submitted by yogita shewale on 25/10/2013 - 01:49 PM Reply at Uk
Submitted by John on 01/07/2009 - 02:17 PM Reply
The Bachelor of Commerce programs are highly relevant to the requirements of today's world with considerable emphasis on decision making, trends in technology and associated work patterns, and other aspects of management in today's highly competitive business arena.

Curtin University of Technology - Undergraduate Program:
Curtin's undergraduate commerce programs are designed to provide professional expertise in one of 21 single areas of specialization or one of 40 double discipline areas.
As well as theoretical concepts, the programs also emphasize the application of knowledge to commerce and industry.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Commerce with suitable work experience may be considered for admission to graduate courses in Curtin Business School.

Duration and Availability:
3 years' full-time study or equivalent part-time. Some units may be available via external study.
Submitted by John on 01/07/2009 - 02:17 PM Reply
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