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Top Courses to Pursue After Studying Commerce in Class 12

Wed July 15, 2020     476

In recent years, the demand for commerce students across the world has increased manifold. As the global business and trade industry is expanding, more students are opting to study commerce and pursue college degrees in the same. The number of jobs available in this field is increasing and one has a plethora of alternatives to pursue degrees in Commerce after studying the subjects in school. Taking a decision about pursuing a course after 12th can be challenging as well as confusing and therefore while zeroing on a degree requires careful deliberation and research. 

The most important aspect of choosing a degree is understanding what you're interested in and something that you would like to take up as a career in the future. Indian students planning to go to Canada to pursue a degree in commerce can go for the following degrees:

? Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

The most popular undergraduate degree among commerce high school graduates is Bachelor of Commerce or B.Com honors. This is a three-year-long degree program which deals with studying commerce and different subjects pertaining to it such as finance, accounting, mathematics, management, so on, and so forth. This degree offers a number of career options to students such as Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary, Cost and Management Accountant, Certified Financial Planner, and so on. The average tuition fee for this program ranges from CAD 25,000 to CAD 35,000. Top universities in Canada offering B.Com programs are:

i.  University of Alberta
ii. University Canada West
iii.Ryerson University
iv. Humber College
v.  University of Ottawa
 
? Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

BBA is an immensely popular course among students studying commerce and management. Management courses have become immensely popular among commerce students. BBA opens up future options in the field of management and commerce. It is a full-time four-year-long undergraduate course, and the tuition fee for international students ranges from CAD 25,000 to CAD 45,000. A number of career options are available for students after BBA such as Finance Analyst, HR Manager, Business Resource Manager, Sales & Marketing Executive, Business Development Manager, and Project Manager. The top universities to study BBA in Canada are:

i.  University of Toronto
ii. University of Waterloo
iii.Simon Frasier University
iv. York University
v.  University of British Columbia

? Bachelor of Business Management (BBM)

This three-year-long undergraduate program educates students about management, business ethics, administration, as well the ins and outs of the corporate world. Along with providing theoretical knowledge about managerial skills and knowledge about business, the degree also allows students to gain practical experiences and learn from industry leaders as well. These skills enable students to explore innumerable opportunities and build contacts with industry professionals. The course fee ranges from CAD 22,000 to CAD 40,000 for international students coming to study in Canada. The top universities in Canada offering BBM programs are:

i.  Mount Royal University
ii. University of Fraser Valley
iii.Wilfrid Laurier University
iv. Royal Roads University
v.  Ryerson University

? Bachelor of Law (LLB)

Law is counted among the highest paid professions in the world, and over the years employment opportunities for lawyers have been growing exponentially. Bachelor of Law degree opens several professional doors for students in the field of litigation, privatized law firms, as well as in the corporate industry. Lawyers have enviable lifestyles, professional avenues, and job security. An LLB course spans for over 3-4 years, and the tuition for the same ranges from CAD 38,000 to 60,000. The following universities in Canada offer the best undergraduate law degrees in Canada:

i.  University of Toronto
ii. McGill University
iii.York University
iv. The University of Ottawa
v.  Université de Montréal

? Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Even though Bachelor of Arts is considered a course that is usually popular among students who study arts and humanities. A number of Bachelor of Arts courses in various fields such as economics, finance, mathematics, international business, and others are pursued by commerce high school graduates. BA opens up many avenues for masters in various fields and several employment options are generated such as teaching, management jobs, HR, Public relations, and many more. The course usually extends for a period of 3 to 4 years, and the tuition costs around CAD 21,000 TO CAD 22,000. The top universities in Canada for studying BA are:

I.   University of Winnipeg
ii.  Royal Roads University
iii. Bishop's University
iv. Thompson Rivers University
v.  Brock University

Along with all the courses mentioned above, students can also pursue various other courses after studying commerce such as interior designing, fashion design and communication, hospitality management, travel and tourism management, supply chain and logistics, and several other programs like these. To know more about studying in Canada and applying to top universities, visit www.iapply.io, and let us walk you through a life-changing journey.