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malik2012

Hi Ciao,

I am preparing for GMAT right now and offcourse first priority is ROTMAN but other options are also under consideration. My plan is to join 2014.

Hi Ciao,

I am preparing for GMAT right now and offcourse first priority is ROTMAN but other options are also under consideration. My plan is to join 2014.
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Ciao Main

Ok, thanks for the information! Good luck on your Rotman application - I hear it's a great school.

Ok, thanks for the information! Good luck on your Rotman application - I hear it's a great school.
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supermann

6. Schulich (But not accredited by any of AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA)

I believe you are confused - Schulich is accredited by AMBA, and is a fairly good school.

<blockquote>6. Schulich (But not accredited by any of AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA)</blockquote>
I believe you are confused - Schulich is accredited by AMBA, and is a fairly good school.
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malik2012

Executive MBAs are not full time MBAs.

Generally, I think you can trust the rankings of Canadian schools. If you're looking at full-time programmes, then Queen's and Sauder are probably the better.


Dear Mr. Duncan/others,

Finally I have shortlisted 03 programs as below, appreciate your feedback and insights into pros & cons of these programs;

1. Rotman Part-time MBA
2. Shulich-Kellogg EMBA
3. Ivey EMBA

Looking for your invaluable insights and guidance.

kind regards,

Malik

<blockquote>Executive MBAs are not full time MBAs.

Generally, I think you can trust the rankings of Canadian schools. If you're looking at full-time programmes, then Queen's and Sauder are probably the better.</blockquote>

Dear Mr. Duncan/others,

Finally I have shortlisted 03 programs as below, appreciate your feedback and insights into pros & cons of these programs;

1. Rotman Part-time MBA
2. Shulich-Kellogg EMBA
3. Ivey EMBA

Looking for your invaluable insights and guidance.

kind regards,

Malik


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Duncan

Search the discussion board and use the rankings.

Search the discussion board and use the rankings.
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ralph


Dear Mr. Duncan/others,

Finally I have shortlisted 03 programs as below, appreciate your feedback and insights into pros & cons of these programs;

1. Rotman Part-time MBA
2. Shulich-Kellogg EMBA
3. Ivey EMBA

The FT ranks them 1) Schulich/Kellogg, 2)Rotman 3) Ivey

The Ivey program tends to draw a more experienced cohort - 15 years of work experience on average, versus 12 for the other two.

The Schulich/Kellogg program is a bit longer too.

What do you hope to get out of an EMBA program?

<blockquote>
Dear Mr. Duncan/others,

Finally I have shortlisted 03 programs as below, appreciate your feedback and insights into pros & cons of these programs;

1. Rotman Part-time MBA
2. Shulich-Kellogg EMBA
3. Ivey EMBA
</blockquote>
The FT ranks them 1) Schulich/Kellogg, 2)Rotman 3) Ivey

The Ivey program tends to draw a more experienced cohort - 15 years of work experience on average, versus 12 for the other two.

The Schulich/Kellogg program is a bit longer too.

What do you hope to get out of an EMBA program?
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malik2012


Dear Mr. Duncan/others,

Finally I have shortlisted 03 programs as below, appreciate your feedback and insights into pros & cons of these programs;

1. Rotman Part-time MBA
2. Shulich-Kellogg EMBA
3. Ivey EMBA

The FT ranks them 1) Schulich/Kellogg, 2)Rotman 3) Ivey

The Ivey program tends to draw a more experienced cohort - 15 years of work experience on average, versus 12 for the other two.

The Schulich/Kellogg program is a bit longer too.

What do you hope to get out of an EMBA program?

Dear Ralph, thanks for the inputs, I Have done B.Comm, ACCA (UK), CPA (US). Currently I am a CFA Level 2 candidate. Also having over 13 years of experience in audit, accounting, financial analysis etc.

My future goal is;
1. To develop career in Financial Sector and Financial Consultancy & Strategic Management;
2. To strengthen my Business insights and nurture leadership skills, innovation.
3. Ultimately to build a rewarding career

Looking for good programs in Canada. Appreciate your thoughtful insights.

<blockquote><blockquote>
Dear Mr. Duncan/others,

Finally I have shortlisted 03 programs as below, appreciate your feedback and insights into pros & cons of these programs;

1. Rotman Part-time MBA
2. Shulich-Kellogg EMBA
3. Ivey EMBA
</blockquote>
The FT ranks them 1) Schulich/Kellogg, 2)Rotman 3) Ivey

The Ivey program tends to draw a more experienced cohort - 15 years of work experience on average, versus 12 for the other two.

The Schulich/Kellogg program is a bit longer too.

What do you hope to get out of an EMBA program?

Dear Ralph, thanks for the inputs, I Have done B.Comm, ACCA (UK), CPA (US). Currently I am a CFA Level 2 candidate. Also having over 13 years of experience in audit, accounting, financial analysis etc.

My future goal is;
1. To develop career in Financial Sector and Financial Consultancy & Strategic Management;
2. To strengthen my Business insights and nurture leadership skills, innovation.
3. Ultimately to build a rewarding career

Looking for good programs in Canada. Appreciate your thoughtful insights.

</blockquote>
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ralph


1. To develop career in Financial Sector and Financial Consultancy & Strategic Management;
2. To strengthen my Business insights and nurture leadership skills, innovation.
3. Ultimately to build a rewarding career

If you want to work in finance, why not focus on the programs that are in Toronto?

Frankly though, these programs are all quite good. If you have all three as options, I would talk with the schools to get a sense of your fit.

<blockquote>
1. To develop career in Financial Sector and Financial Consultancy & Strategic Management;
2. To strengthen my Business insights and nurture leadership skills, innovation.
3. Ultimately to build a rewarding career</blockquote>
If you want to work in finance, why not focus on the programs that are in Toronto?

Frankly though, these programs are all quite good. If you have all three as options, I would talk with the schools to get a sense of your fit.
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malik2012


1. To develop career in Financial Sector and Financial Consultancy & Strategic Management;
2. To strengthen my Business insights and nurture leadership skills, innovation.
3. Ultimately to build a rewarding career

If you want to work in finance, why not focus on the programs that are in Toronto?

Frankly though, these programs are all quite good. If you have all three as options, I would talk with the schools to get a sense of your fit.

Thanks a lot, I have short listed these three out of my search, since I am looking for the best possible option for me. Appreciate your guidance and support in selecting the right choice.

Regards

<blockquote><blockquote>
1. To develop career in Financial Sector and Financial Consultancy & Strategic Management;
2. To strengthen my Business insights and nurture leadership skills, innovation.
3. Ultimately to build a rewarding career</blockquote>
If you want to work in finance, why not focus on the programs that are in Toronto?

Frankly though, these programs are all quite good. If you have all three as options, I would talk with the schools to get a sense of your fit.

Thanks a lot, I have short listed these three out of my search, since I am looking for the best possible option for me. Appreciate your guidance and support in selecting the right choice.

Regards
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ralph

Well, like I said, these are all good programs, and since you've narrowed your search down to three, the next step would be to touch base with the schools themselves and figure out the best fit for you in that way. I'm not sure what kind of insight I could add at this point.

Well, like I said, these are all good programs, and since you've narrowed your search down to three, the next step would be to touch base with the schools themselves and figure out the best fit for you in that way. I'm not sure what kind of insight I could add at this point.
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ralph

An update here: I just saw this list, in case this helps:

http://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-schools-by-location/top-10-mba-programs-in-canada

Also, I was reading through the recent employment stats from Ivey, and quite a few of that school's grads actually end up in Toronto, in the financial sector. Might we worth looking into as well.

An update here: I just saw this list, in case this helps:

http://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-schools-by-location/top-10-mba-programs-in-canada

Also, I was reading through the recent employment stats from Ivey, and quite a few of that school's grads actually end up in Toronto, in the financial sector. Might we worth looking into as well.
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Razors Edg...

Nice list. I guess it makes sense that many Ivey grads end up in Toronto, especially those who want to work in finance. But if you want to work in finance, why not just go to Schulich or Rotman?

Nice list. I guess it makes sense that many Ivey grads end up in Toronto, especially those who want to work in finance. But if you want to work in finance, why not just go to Schulich or Rotman?
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ralph

That's my thought as well. I was surprised that Ivey places so well in financial services and in Toronto.

That's my thought as well. I was surprised that Ivey places so well in financial services and in Toronto.
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