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Hi all,
Just wanted to know about the best places in Canada where I can pursue MBA in IT after graduation.Furthermore I also want to know what all good post-graduation courses are there for a BCA graduate apart from MBA in IT(particularly in Masters)

Thanks in advance :)

Hi all,
Just wanted to know about the best places in Canada where I can pursue MBA in IT after graduation.Furthermore I also want to know what all good post-graduation courses are there for a BCA graduate apart from MBA in IT(particularly in Masters)

Thanks in advance :)
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Duncan

Tryhttp://find-mba.com/schools/americas/canada?keyword=&rank=false&accredition=true&cities=&specs=7/30&sort=popularity&page=1

Tryhttp://find-mba.com/schools/americas/canada?keyword=&rank=false&accredition=true&cities=&specs=7/30&sort=popularity&page=1
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Ayon

Google it, then contact admission teams asking how would their program help you advance in your career

Google it, then contact admission teams asking how would their program help you advance in your career
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maury

Just to clarify - if you're looking for a program to do right after you finish your undergraduate degree, an MBA is probably not the right choice. Most accredited MBA programs will require at least 2-3 years of work experience. For the good MBA programs in Canada like McGill or Rotman, you'll need around 4-6 years of work experience to be competitive.

Instead, you might look into master's in management programs... UBC Sauder is a good place to start, since its Master of Management program is ranked in the FT.

Just to clarify - if you're looking for a program to do right after you finish your undergraduate degree, an MBA is probably not the right choice. Most accredited MBA programs will require at least 2-3 years of work experience. For the good MBA programs in Canada like McGill or Rotman, you'll need around 4-6 years of work experience to be competitive.

Instead, you might look into master's in management programs... UBC Sauder is a good place to start, since its Master of Management program is ranked in the FT.
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