MBA-HR Job prospects after course completion


Maria_Har

Hi,

I am planning to do MBA in HR field. Can you suggest some colleges that are good for this program. Does this require GMAT? I'm looking at the normal schools

How easy is it to get an HR job in Canada for a non-Canadian?

Thanks in advance

Hi,

I am planning to do MBA in HR field. Can you suggest some colleges that are good for this program. Does this require GMAT? I'm looking at the normal schools

How easy is it to get an HR job in Canada for a non-Canadian?

Thanks in advance
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Razors Edg...

In general you should go to the best school you can get into.

For a functional goal like human resources, it's questionable to as whether you actually need to specialize. My feeling is that it's not exactly a highly-specialized area, there's enough coverage of the topic and organizational management through the usual core and elective course coverage.

As for career potential after graduation for non-residents, it really depends. In Canada, you will get a two year visa after graduation, if you do a master's program there. That's a given. However, without decent career services and a strong alumni network this may be meaningless. That's why it's important to get into the best school you can get into. These schools have the best MBA programs in Canada:

Toronto - Rotman
York - Schulich
UBC - Sauder
McGill
Western - Ivey
Queen's

In general you should go to the best school you can get into.

For a functional goal like human resources, it's questionable to as whether you actually need to specialize. My feeling is that it's not exactly a highly-specialized area, there's enough coverage of the topic and organizational management through the usual core and elective course coverage.

As for career potential after graduation for non-residents, it really depends. In Canada, you will get a two year visa after graduation, if you do a master's program there. That's a given. However, without decent career services and a strong alumni network this may be meaningless. That's why it's important to get into the best school you can get into. These schools have the best MBA programs in Canada:

Toronto - Rotman
York - Schulich
UBC - Sauder
McGill
Western - Ivey
Queen's
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