How can I fund my PG course? What is the ROI?

Planning a PG course but worried about funds and ROI? Don’t fret

If there was a good time to enroll in a course for up-skilling in banking and finance, it is now. Right now, the world is readjusting itself to the post-Covid landscape of business. This is the best time for both early-career professionals and those looking for advancement in skills to take up a good PG Course. A course that covers more than theory: it involves experiential-learning on jobs, assignments, and research projects.

But how much do you need to spend to get the competencies and a job that such courses promise? Valid question. Just rephrase it a bit. Replace ‘spend’ with ‘invest’.

Yes, because every penny and hour put into a good program, like this, gives returns. Some returns are quick and some come consistently, over a period of time. While it is true that you would have to pay something initially, the overall ROI makes it worth every dime.

Plus, you may not have to pay for everything immediately. Let’s break this down with more clarity.

High on Job Orientation, Light on Investment

A PG course starts paying back in terms of lucrative job opportunities and networking in a short time. Secondly, they can be funded with extreme ease, thanks to a multitude of options available today.

Consider this:

  1. As participants themselves describe it, a course like the TKWsIBF PG Diploma is more like a full-time job. It involves exposure to actual research projects given to TKWsIBF by the BFSI industry. The main aim of the PG Diploma in Banking and Finance is to cultivate strong expertise among participants aspiring to become global banking and finance professionals. It takes only a year. And it starts producing results from week one.
  2. It is a program that ticks all the important boxes of career-planning in the domain of banking: knowing your career goals, planning ahead, customizing your resume, researching companies, networking regularly, providing tangible proof of your skills, and putting effort into interview-preparation and much more. The course is enriched with a real-life job, project, experience, and massive networking opportunities at every step. By the time you finish the course, you are already on the market-map.
  3. The course can be funded easily with a slew of EMI alternatives and payment sources. The overall program fee can be taken care of with either a 12-month EMI option of Rs.22,000 a month or a 24-month zero percent EMI option of Rs. 10,000 a month. You can also gain from finance advice and support that is always available from the institute. If you wish, simple and manageable student loans can complement your financial planning for education.

All of This Pays – Strong And Long

The banking and finance industry is going to explode with a new wave of demand for skills and new-age competencies. Banks are being disrupted in many ways – both good and challenging. They need talent that can help them stay relevant. And they would love to pay for such talent forces. The question is how soon, and how well, can people like you be ready for this goldmine of opportunities. And what is the right training and development ground to educate yourself in the portfolio of skills that will actually matter? You need to be with minds who have the right grip on the actual pulse of the market – that’s where TKWsIBF stands tall. It throbs with real-market projects, research experience, and industry experts in every part of the course.

There is a growing skills gap influencing workforce strategy but very few banks are significantly increasing their investment in reskilling. That also means the availability of a readily-skilled talent resource would fetch a good salary and job profile.

If you fill the gaps, you will get a unique edge that will be rewarded. Recall how the banking financial services and insurance sector in India is estimated to generate around 1.6 million jobs (National Skills Development Corporation Report 2020).

So be there for these big opportunities. Be there. Be ready.