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Which is more beneficial SAP or MBA?
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TI have heard about people with MBAs and even Chartered Accountants becoming SAP consultants later. You can always go for a MBA and later come into SAP.
If you are already from a commerce background, you could take a few weeks course in SAP and join in any consulting firm.
For working in SAP (which is an Enterprise Resource Planning software) , some amount technical knowledge might be needed, but it’s not that tough.
Learning SAP S/4HANA Finance is the best option to choose for an MBA Finance graduate. It is trending, latest, and has booming career growth.
Skillstek is the best online training institute for SAP S4 HANA Finance training.
Its trainer is Pradeep Hota who is a well experienced and knowledgable SAP HANA Finance Consultant.
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I’m happy to provide some advice on how to prep. Since you’re just getting started, the first step is to familiarize yourself with the GRE and take an ETS practice exam.
The results of that exam will give you a baseline score and a solid idea of what to expect on the GRE. Once you have your baseline score, you can figure out how much time you’ll probably need to reach your score goal.
For instance, if you score Q145/V150, earning a total score of 295, and your score goal is 330, you should give yourself 6+ months to prepare for your GRE.
If you’d like more in-depth strategies for how to create a study timeline, you may find this article on how long to study for the GRE helpful.
The grass is always greener on the other side. Having spent 4 years in SAP, I know that in long term SAP has less to offer.
Folks from core MBA field may differ on my opinion.
I believe when you say profit, you mean monetary and not from career point of view.
So there are SAP consultants who are working in top companies earning around 40 LPA with an approx. experience of 10–15 years.
These people are only the tip of the iceberg, which is the sole reason why too many people are attracted towards SAP.
They don’t know the iceberg is lot more under water beyond their visibility.
So profit in SAP depends on where you end up, at the top of iceberg or below.