Is it a necessity for getting admission?


Shah12312

Hello,

I'm almost in my mid twenties and I've pursed a bachelors in Business Administration. Now, I'm looking forward to do my masters in Canada. I've got my bachelors degree from university in Pakistan, however that university isn't accredited by the government. I wonder if it is still possible for me to get admission in university in Canada for my masters. Any reply will be highly appreciated.

Thank you

Note: Just to mention I was born in Canada and I have a Canadian nationality.

[Edited by Shah12312 on May 17, 2020]

Hello,

I'm almost in my mid twenties and I've pursed a bachelors in Business Administration. Now, I'm looking forward to do my masters in Canada. I've got my bachelors degree from university in Pakistan, however that university isn't accredited by the government. I wonder if it is still possible for me to get admission in university in Canada for my masters. Any reply will be highly appreciated.

Thank you

Note: Just to mention I was born in Canada and I have a Canadian nationality.
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smartcanad...

I don't know any legitimate school in the US or Canada that will take you in with an unaccredited undergraduate degree.  If they do, I would seriously doubt their legitimacy.   

It's not the end of the world though.  You can always study another bachelors in Canada to get your career started here.  With your Canadian citizenship, you should be able to get some funding from the government to finance your studies.  In Ontario, for example, if your family income is low, your degree is practically free.  You can check the OSAP website for that.  


[Edited by smartcanada on May 18, 2020]

I don't know any legitimate school in the US or Canada that will take you in with an unaccredited undergraduate degree.&nbsp; If they do, I would seriously doubt their legitimacy.&nbsp; &nbsp;<div><br><div><br></div><div>It's not the end of the world though.&nbsp; You can always study another bachelors in Canada to get your career started here.&nbsp; With your Canadian citizenship, you should be able to get some funding from the government to finance your studies.&nbsp; In Ontario, for example, if your family income is low, your degree is practically free.&nbsp; You can check the OSAP website for that.&nbsp;&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div><br></div><div><br></div></div>
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Shah12312

I don't know any legitimate school in the US or Canada that will take you in with an unaccredited undergraduate degree.  If they do, I would seriously doubt their legitimacy.   

It's not the end of the world though.  You can always study another bachelors in Canada to get your career started here.  With your Canadian citizenship, you should be able to get some funding from the government to finance your studies.  In Ontario, for example, if your family income is low, your degree is practically free.  You can check the OSAP website for that.  

Hello! First of all, thank you for commenting on this thread. I have another question: it's not possible for anyone getting admission into the MBA programs but is it possible for anyone to get a job related to the field in Canada with a degree from an unaccredited university from another country if he's a canadian citizen? 

[quote]I don't know any legitimate school in the US or Canada that will take you in with an unaccredited undergraduate degree.&nbsp; If they do, I would seriously doubt their legitimacy.&nbsp; &nbsp;<div><br><div><br></div><div>It's not the end of the world though.&nbsp; You can always study another bachelors in Canada to get your career started here.&nbsp; With your Canadian citizenship, you should be able to get some funding from the government to finance your studies.&nbsp; In Ontario, for example, if your family income is low, your degree is practically free.&nbsp; You can check the OSAP website for that.&nbsp;&nbsp;</div><div><br></div></div> [/quote]<div><br></div><div>Hello! First of all, thank you for commenting on this thread. I have another question: it's not possible for anyone getting admission into the MBA programs but is it possible for anyone to get a job related to the field in Canada with a degree from an unaccredited university from another country if he's a canadian citizen?&nbsp;</div>
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Duncan

I'm not sure what you're asking. Lots of jobs in Canada don't require degrees.

I'm not sure what you're asking. Lots of jobs in Canada don't require degrees.
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smartcanad...

Short answer: unaccredited degree = no degree.  As Duncan has pointed out, you can always get a job that doesn't require a degree. 
Sorry if this seems harsh, but I rather you know the truth and be prepared before you move to Canada.  

[Edited by smartcanada on May 23, 2020]

Short answer: unaccredited degree = no degree.&nbsp; As Duncan has pointed out, you can always get a job that doesn't require a degree.&nbsp;<div><br></div><div><div><div>Sorry if this seems harsh, but I rather you know the truth and be prepared before you move to Canada.&nbsp;&nbsp;</div></div></div>
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