MBA Programs in Canada September 2018


Hi ,

I want to explore MBA programs in Canada suitable for my profile.

Delhi University - Bcom(Hons) with Finance Specialization - 70%
12th - 84%
10th - 80%

I have some solid extracurricular in every field..I have been an office bearer and Chief Coordinator for different societies during my college days. I have been a part of Community Support Team which supports different NGO's in my current firm.

I have professional work experience of around 4 years into Financial Research and Audit. Currently I am working with S&P Global division which supports the credit rating team. Prior to this I worked with EY for 21 months.

GMAT - 570

Looking for pursuing a full time MBA program in Canada.

Hi ,

I want to explore MBA programs in Canada suitable for my profile.

Delhi University - Bcom(Hons) with Finance Specialization - 70%
12th - 84%
10th - 80%

I have some solid extracurricular in every field..I have been an office bearer and Chief Coordinator for different societies during my college days. I have been a part of Community Support Team which supports different NGO's in my current firm.

I have professional work experience of around 4 years into Financial Research and Audit. Currently I am working with S&P Global division which supports the credit rating team. Prior to this I worked with EY for 21 months.

GMAT - 570

Looking for pursuing a full time MBA program in Canada.
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Duncan

Do you have any goals?

Do you have any goals?
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Hi Duncan,
I am Mainly looking to continue in finance profile and I won't mind shifting to Strategy Consulting domain.

Hi Duncan,
I am Mainly looking to continue in finance profile and I won't mind shifting to Strategy Consulting domain.
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Duncan

Did you consider a masters in finance?

Did you consider a masters in finance?
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No I am mainly looking for MBA program..not Masters in finance.

No I am mainly looking for MBA program..not Masters in finance.
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laurie

In all honesty, it's going to be difficult for you to get into a full-time MBA, with your career goals, and that GMAT score. For people interested in finance, they'll be looking for a strong GMAT score, especially in the quant section. What was your score breakdown? Can you get your GMAT up to 650+?

In all honesty, it's going to be difficult for you to get into a full-time MBA, with your career goals, and that GMAT score. For people interested in finance, they'll be looking for a strong GMAT score, especially in the quant section. What was your score breakdown? Can you get your GMAT up to 650+?
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donho199

Cut off mark of UNSW Sydney is 550.

Monash and University of Sydney do not require GMAT.

Maybe those are good bets?

Cut off mark of UNSW Sydney is 550.

Monash and University of Sydney do not require GMAT.

Maybe those are good bets?
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Duncan

They are not in Canada
:)

They are not in Canada
:)
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Ayon

Some universities in Canada require 3.0/4.3 or 75% for your undergrad. You are not a competitive student with your undergrad and your low GMAT score. Specially with influx of applications from Indian students in the light of US/UK visa restrictions schools such as UBC require 30-50 points higher GMAT than their average from Indian students.

Either retake the GMAT or apply to lower ranked profiles.

P.S - Canadian MBA salaries are "lower" than US counterpart. Also Income tax is higher in Canada vs US but Canada provides more stability in terms of visa, residency and immigration.

Some universities in Canada require 3.0/4.3 or 75% for your undergrad. You are not a competitive student with your undergrad and your low GMAT score. Specially with influx of applications from Indian students in the light of US/UK visa restrictions schools such as UBC require 30-50 points higher GMAT than their average from Indian students.

Either retake the GMAT or apply to lower ranked profiles.

P.S - Canadian MBA salaries are "lower" than US counterpart. Also Income tax is higher in Canada vs US but Canada provides more stability in terms of visa, residency and immigration.
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Razors Edg...

I agree, you should retake the GMAT.

P.S - Canadian MBA salaries are "lower" than US counterpart. Also Income tax is higher in Canada vs US but Canada provides more stability in terms of visa, residency and immigration.


Yes, salaries in Canada are typically lower, especially when adjusting for currency differences. However, you should also compare costs of living as well - it's a lot more affordable to live in Toronto than New York, or Vancouver versus San Francisco.

I agree, you should retake the GMAT.

[quote]P.S - Canadian MBA salaries are "lower" than US counterpart. Also Income tax is higher in Canada vs US but Canada provides more stability in terms of visa, residency and immigration.[/quote]

Yes, salaries in Canada are typically lower, especially when adjusting for currency differences. However, you should also compare costs of living as well - it's a lot more affordable to live in Toronto than New York, or Vancouver versus San Francisco.
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