Top 4 Reasons to Learn A Foreign Language While Studying MBA

We often find ourselves fighting the “first-come-first-serve” battle! Be it about education or employment, we’re continuously racing with people having comparable skills and abilities as ours. The competitive environment of this nation has sparked a need for trump card in each one of us so that we can stand out of the crowd.
Foreign Language with MBA
Now it is well-known that MBA has become one of the most popular post-graduation degrees. A major percentage of graduates from varying fields are going for MBAs to study management and earn entry tickets to the corporate world. At a time where the degree of MBA has become way too common among the job applicants, why not earn an additional specialization and have an edge over others?

Today, corporates are looking for people who can do more than just performing the 9 to 5 routine of attending office. Corporates are looking for people who can contribute to the business in a more meaningful way, and knowing a second language (other than English) serves a great purpose in this direction. Here’s why you should consider learning a foreign language while studying MBA.

• Business culture: When you learn a foreign language, you learn more than just reading and writing it. A language also tells you about the business culture of the country. In Germany, for example, a handshake symbolizes a business deal.

• Sales: While the mba courses would teach you the theoretical aspects of sales and pitches, knowing a language would help you perform it practically! Wouldn’t communicating with people of Spain in Spanish earn you more buyers?

• Cost cutting: And lastly, corporates would save a lot when they wouldn’t need to send a translator with you on a business trip abroad!

So now when you apply for top business schools in India, apply for a language course too!

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