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    Quote Originally Posted by naveen View Post
    What's the course fees of basic financial modeling courses? Does it help in getting investment banking jobs?
    Basic financial modeling course fees (depending on duration of classes) generally is between $900 to $1400. These courses are good for investment banking jobs and provide some of the required skills like Excel modeling for DCF valuation.

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    Financial Modelling Training and Investment banking is costly nowadays, but you can benefit a lot in field of Investment and Mergers & Acquisitions.

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    HI,

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    hello
    i am currently in final year engg, but interestd in investment banking as career option
    please help me out how should i start ? as i dont know anythng of finance right now but m sure after learning
    wat all courses should i do?
    wat all xams need to be given?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rishis90 View Post
    hello
    i am currently in final year engg, but interestd in investment banking as career option
    please help me out how should i start ? as i dont know anythng of finance right now but m sure after learning
    wat all courses should i do?
    wat all xams need to be given?
    Hi,

    After Engineering you can try to do some certification course like CFA or FRM.
    When you'll start studying for the exams, you'll get some idea on the basics of finance. You'll also learn about different possible career options in finance apart from Investment Banking.

    You can try to get admission in a good MBA college and that'll help you in getting a job in Investment Banking.

    Naveen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sriram Raju View Post
    Hi,

    After Engineering you can try to do some certification course like CFA or FRM.
    When you'll start studying for the exams, you'll get some idea on the basics of finance. You'll also learn about different possible career options in finance apart from Investment Banking.

    You can try to get admission in a good MBA college and that'll help you in getting a job in Investment Banking.

    Naveen
    well
    then as of now
    what should i do?
    study for CAT MAT XAT... etc
    or go for CFA or FRM ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rishis90 View Post
    well
    then as of now
    what should i do?
    study for CAT MAT XAT... etc
    or go for CFA or FRM ??
    As you are in the final year of engineering, it'll be good if you can get some work experience in a Finance company. You can try for some firms that have Analyst-level job opportunities. After 2-3 years of experience, your MBA will be more meaningful. Till then you can do either CFA or FRM. So by the time you are in the Business School, you'll already have good credentials on your resume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neetu View Post
    As you are in the final year of engineering, it'll be good if you can get some work experience in a Finance company. You can try for some firms that have Analyst-level job opportunities. After 2-3 years of experience, your MBA will be more meaningful. Till then you can do either CFA or FRM. So by the time you are in the Business School, you'll already have good credentials on your resume.
    okay, but how to apply in these finance firms, me being an engineer fresher
    and please tell me some finance companies in which i can apply i.e. the companies which hire engineers as ' analyst'
    and right now i don't have any idea of finance , so i wanna get some basics of it
    suggest me some basic books or course through which i can learn at least basics of finance before applying to finance companies

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