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To become a Bank Manager which course i should be taken.

My name is Shalini.S i have completed my 10th std, and want to join for a college to continue my higher stuides, so will course will be suitable for me to become a bank manager. manager bank

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Evangeline’s Answer

Hello,


BS Management or Finance can help you in this field. If you are a newly grad, it's not given that you'll land a manager job right away. Most of the time, the hiring manager looks at the experience and qualifications. Be prepared to come in as a non Manager and through hard work and dedication, opportunity will come -- either promotion or applying for that position once you have enough experience in the field of banking.


Best of luck to you!

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Rebecca’s Answer

There are many different business in a bank, e.g. Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, etc. All of these business offer different product and services to different customers. Within the bank itself, there are supporting functions, e.g. Human Resources, Administration, Compliance, Risk Management, Finance, Technology, etc. Different business and departments may look for people having different knowledge and experience.

In general, for front line staff, they may look for talents who have business related background, e.g. Business, Economics, Finance, Accounting, etc. For the aforementioned support functions, they may look for the subject matter experts of that particular function.

First of all, I would suggest you can do more research on the business or function you are interested and speak to someone who are really working in that area to acquire more understanding. You can then start from choosing the subject as your major in the college. You also search for working opportunities to work as an intern. This could really help you to determine whether it suits you or you are really interested on.

Hope this help!
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Ramesh’s Answer

Focus on undergrad and grad programs on finance and management.
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Simeon’s Answer

When you are able to start working, see if you can get a job as a teller at a small bank or credit union. You will get much more practical experience at a smaller institution and might find some opportunities for yourself to move up. Either way, I would recommend making friends with your coworkers and keeping up with them. If you are looking to become a manager, the sooner you can start building friendships with people in the industry, the better. You'll likely need a degree in accounting or finance, but not necessarily. Keep networking with your fellow students throughout school and then try to land a good internship in banking and network there as well. It's not uncommon to get hired by a company that gave you an internship in the past, so try to keep that relationship going.
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shane’s Answer

Focus on a business degree will provide you with a strong basis to work in a Bank. Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Business Management, etc.

Going directly into management is rare, but starting at a bank obtaining experience will lead you to a bank manager role.
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