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What to do after my A-level Cambridge studies in commerce field in India

I have taken A levels of Business, Accounting, Economics and As levels of English and Mathematics. #commerce

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Rebecca’s Answer

Would you consider to continue your study in college? You have had a good choices of your A Level subjects. You can continue your study in Business School, e.g. Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Statistics, etc.
Tertiary education can advance your knowledge on the major you have chosen. It also gives you a good training on your analysis and critical thinking skills. Other than learning, you can establish good network with other classmates which is valuable resources for your future. It also offers you opportunities to participate may different types of extra curiculum activities.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
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Vijayalakshmi’s Answer

Students who take A levels generally have two options -1. To study abroad . 2, To take up a graduation course of relevance to their A level subjects in India. For A level Commerce subjects, there are regular course like B.com available, yet B.com honours will be a better choice since A levels syllabus gives students a better competitive edge given the vast and wide coverage of its scope. There are courses like BMS--or bachelor of management science, BBA and so on that are equally good for pursuing. The most important task is to choose as suitable University or college that has a wider variety of courses to offer.

Vijayalakshmi recommends the following next steps:

1. Choose a course offered with respect to your A level syllabus
2. Select an appropriate University or a good affiliated college
3. Browse the available courses
4. Check out on the fee structure, any campus placement facility available and so on.
5. Research about the current market demand for people who undertake the course.
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