Asper Vs Brock ISP


Hello experts and

I got admit from both Asper MBA - Manitoba University (full time 1-2 years) and Brock University (ISP full yime 2 year) .

I read mixed views for both schools. Cost of education at Asper will be ~40% less ($ 40 k - as i received fee waiver of $5400) whereas Brock it is $ 63 k. I am aware that both schools are not counted in top b school in canada. But considering my GMAT score (620 after 3rd attempt) i decided to apply to these schools. I have 5 years of professional experience in patent research, technolgy amd market research.

Can you please comments/share your experiences with regards these b schools on points such as quality of students, curriculum, return on investment, job prospects in Canada.

Thank you in advance.
Hello experts and

I got admit from both Asper MBA - Manitoba University (full time 1-2 years) and Brock University (ISP full yime 2 year) .

I read mixed views for both schools. Cost of education at Asper will be ~40% less ($ 40 k - as i received fee waiver of $5400) whereas Brock it is $ 63 k. I am aware that both schools are not counted in top b school in canada. But considering my GMAT score (620 after 3rd attempt) i decided to apply to these schools. I have 5 years of professional experience in patent research, technolgy amd market research.

Can you please comments/share your experiences with regards these b schools on points such as quality of students, curriculum, return on investment, job prospects in Canada.

Thank you in advance.
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Duncan
You will find it helpful to search the board for comments on these schools and come back with more specific questions. For example https://find-mba.com/board/americas/which-mba-from-canada-should-i-do-brock-asper-saint-mary-29692
You will find it helpful to search the board for comments on these schools and come back with more specific questions. For example https://find-mba.com/board/americas/which-mba-from-canada-should-i-do-brock-asper-saint-mary-29692
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mba hipste...
In my mind the co-op option at Brock can be very beneficial to those who want to get a leg-up in the Canadian workplace.

It's also (relatively) close to Toronto, making networking in that city a bit easier. Although Winnipeg might also be preferable for you, depending on your career ambitions.

Other than that neither is going to give you a huge advantage over the other. Of course, a ranked MBA would be much better for an international student.
In my mind the co-op option at Brock can be very beneficial to those who want to get a leg-up in the Canadian workplace.

It's also (relatively) close to Toronto, making networking in that city a bit easier. Although Winnipeg might also be preferable for you, depending on your career ambitions.

Other than that neither is going to give you a huge advantage over the other. Of course, a ranked MBA would be much better for an international student.
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