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I am an Indian, i am planning to do MBA at canada, whether i will be getting work permit , so that i can stay after my MBA over there. Will i get good job. Which college should i select.

I am an Indian, i am planning to do MBA at canada, whether i will be getting work permit , so that i can stay after my MBA over there. Will i get good job. Which college should i select.
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Rhino

Canada has lots of good colleges.
Ivey, York, Queens, McGill, Rotman, UBC, U of Alberta.

Just apply to all of them.

In terms which one is better. I believe Ivey is the best MBA program in Canada.
Note that I don't have any affiliation whatsoever with Ivey, so this comment is unbiased =)

After MBA, you'll get a 3 (three) year work permit (if the program is 2 year long).
And if the program is ~1 year, you'll get 1 year work permit post graduation (please re-check on this, I might get it wrong)
Then you can apply for PR.

If you work hard enough, you can get a good job.

Canada has lots of good colleges.
Ivey, York, Queens, McGill, Rotman, UBC, U of Alberta.

Just apply to all of them.

In terms which one is better. I believe Ivey is the best MBA program in Canada.
Note that I don't have any affiliation whatsoever with Ivey, so this comment is unbiased =)

After MBA, you'll get a 3 (three) year work permit (if the program is 2 year long).
And if the program is ~1 year, you'll get 1 year work permit post graduation (please re-check on this, I might get it wrong)
Then you can apply for PR.

If you work hard enough, you can get a good job.
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can we get a job and do part time MBA there in canada ? Will it be possible ?

can we get a job and do part time MBA there in canada ? Will it be possible ?
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fishball

I am an Indian, i am planning to do MBA at canada, whether i will be getting work permit , so that i can stay after my MBA over there. Will i get good job. Which college should i select.


Let me consult my crystal ball...

Nope. The ball says you won't get a good job. It doesn't matter what college you go to, you're doomed for failure. You'll never make it into finance, you'll always be just another IT drone.

<blockquote>I am an Indian, i am planning to do MBA at canada, whether i will be getting work permit , so that i can stay after my MBA over there. Will i get good job. Which college should i select.</blockquote>

Let me consult my crystal ball...

Nope. The ball says you won't get a good job. It doesn't matter what college you go to, you're doomed for failure. You'll never make it into finance, you'll always be just another IT drone.

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Rhino

prasad,

yes, it is possible to work part-time and still studying for an MBA. But I don't think you can study MBA full-time since you won't have the time to do your homework and project.

But you have to remember about the work permit eligibility.
If you are a permanent resident, then it won't be a problem to work wherever you want. But if your immigration status is student, it is almost impossible to work legally... I mean you can work in the kitchen of local chinese restaurant illegally. nobody knows.

prasad,

yes, it is possible to work part-time and still studying for an MBA. But I don't think you can study MBA full-time since you won't have the time to do your homework and project.

But you have to remember about the work permit eligibility.
If you are a permanent resident, then it won't be a problem to work wherever you want. But if your immigration status is student, it is almost impossible to work legally... I mean you can work in the kitchen of local chinese restaurant illegally. nobody knows.
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iloveny

prasad,

yes, it is possible to work part-time and still studying for an MBA. But I don't think you can study MBA full-time since you won't have the time to do your homework and project.

But you have to remember about the work permit eligibility.
If you are a permanent resident, then it won't be a problem to work wherever you want. But if your immigration status is student, it is almost impossible to work legally... I mean you can work in the kitchen of local chinese restaurant illegally. nobody knows.


Is this the situation in US too? Do we get atleast a 1 year permit after completion of MBA/MS?

<blockquote>prasad,

yes, it is possible to work part-time and still studying for an MBA. But I don't think you can study MBA full-time since you won't have the time to do your homework and project.

But you have to remember about the work permit eligibility.
If you are a permanent resident, then it won't be a problem to work wherever you want. But if your immigration status is student, it is almost impossible to work legally... I mean you can work in the kitchen of local chinese restaurant illegally. nobody knows. </blockquote>

Is this the situation in US too? Do we get atleast a 1 year permit after completion of MBA/MS?
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What is the current status of MBA degree in canada?
I planned to do MBA in an university in British Columbia.Can i get job after the completion of course.It is a 2 yrs MBA program.Please tell me the details of Job opportunities in Canada.

What is the current status of MBA degree in canada?
I planned to do MBA in an university in British Columbia.Can i get job after the completion of course.It is a 2 yrs MBA program.Please tell me the details of Job opportunities in Canada.
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Duncan

Take a look at http://www.topmba.com/articles/mba-graduates/canada-new-visas-rules-unlikely-affect-post-mba-work-opportunities

It seems to be easy to get a work visa after an MBA in Canada. The real question is: what is the placement like for international students like at the programme you have applied for? Employment will vary between schools, and you should get into the nest school you can. Each should be able to share employment data with you.

Take a look at http://www.topmba.com/articles/mba-graduates/canada-new-visas-rules-unlikely-affect-post-mba-work-opportunities

It seems to be easy to get a work visa after an MBA in Canada. The real question is: what is the placement like for international students like at the programme you have applied for? Employment will vary between schools, and you should get into the nest school you can. Each should be able to share employment data with you.
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ralph


I planned to do MBA in an university in British Columbia.Can i get job after the completion of course.

That's rather cryptic - which university?

If you mean UBC Sauder or Simon Fraser University (or maybe the University of Victoria) than your chances of landing a job-post gradation are pretty good. There aren't a lot of other MBA programs in the province that would be worth it.

<blockquote>
I planned to do MBA in an university in British Columbia.Can i get job after the completion of course.</blockquote>
That's rather cryptic - which university?

If you mean UBC Sauder or Simon Fraser University (or maybe the University of Victoria) than your chances of landing a job-post gradation are pretty good. There aren't a lot of other MBA programs in the province that would be worth it.
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