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Learn MBA/BBA from India's Finest Film & Media Institute

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MBA/BBA in Finest Film & Media Institute
MBA is the most preferred course for the candidates who have just completed B.Com and B.B.A or about to complete and B.B.A. The primary reason is that it bridges the gap between conceptual knowledge available in the books and practical skills that are needed to operate in the business environment.

MBA is a good option after B.Com because it is always good to have fundamental knowledge in accounting and economics before a candidate goes for MBA. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree and Master of Business administration (MBA) degree is well suited. Master of Business  administration (MBA) degree is the best choice after graduation courses like  Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) / Bachelor of commerce (B.Com) for students wishing to pursue a career in accounting, finance, marketing, strategic management, corporate communications, technology or other business fields.

Students who wish to opt for an MBA or BBA in one of the best institute has a golden opportunity via WWI (Whistling Woods International) School of Media and Communication- India's Finest Film and Media Institute. The institute invites application for admissions to the academic session 2013-14.

Whistling Woods has also been rated amongst the top 10 film schools in the world by ‘The Hollywood Reporter', along with institutes like NYU Tisch, NFTS, FAMU & AFTRS. WWI was the youngest school to be featured in that list.

The WWI Mumbai campus is located inside Mumbai's film & television production hub ‘Filmcity', and offers courses that vary in duration from 1 year to 3 years, both full-time and part time in nature. All the major specializations of the Media & Entertainment industry are catered to, including Acting, Animation, Cinematography, Direction, Editing, Producing, Screenwriting, Sound and Media Studies. WWI also offers India's first MBA in Media & Entertainment and India's first MBA in Media & Communication.

The courses at WWI are designed to ensure that the students' learning is collaborative and industry oriented. The curriculum at WWI is a unique hybrid of theoretical and practical aspects and ensuring that the creative dovetails well with the business aspects.

These unique elements in the curriculum & the teaching methodology have seen WWI's student body growing over three times over the past three years. Further, almost 15% of the student body now comprises of International students, from the USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Italy, France, Holland, Vietnam and others who choose WWI over the multiple film-studies options available in their own countries.

With the Mumbai campus, operational since July 2006 and the student body having grown from 90 to 350 over 3 years, WWI is strongly looking at expansion both in terms of course verticals and campuses.

Students come from varying backgrounds, ranging from the young, fresh out of secondary or graduate school to the post-graduate and professional looking to upgrade his or her skills. Some students have limited or no previous experience, while others have worked peripherally or as assistants in the entertainment industry. While the majority of our students are from India, Whistling Woods International welcomes international applicants and currently has students from the U.S., U.K., Canada, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa. It believes that a diverse student body encourages a dynamic exchange of creative ideas.

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