Would like to know TOP MBA colleges in Canada without GMAT


Hi All,

I would like to pursue my MBA in Canada.
My Profile: I am into IT, I have 5.5 years of experience in the same field. My GPA is more than 4 trough out my academics.
I am looking for TOP MBA colleges without GMAT in Canada.

Please provide me the list of top MBA colleges which accepts application without GMAT.

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.
Hi All,

I would like to pursue my MBA in Canada.
My Profile: I am into IT, I have 5.5 years of experience in the same field. My GPA is more than 4 trough out my academics.
I am looking for TOP MBA colleges without GMAT in Canada.

Please provide me the list of top MBA colleges which accepts application without GMAT.

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.
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Dan85
May I ask you two things?

1) How can your GPA be > 4.0?
2) Have you done any research on Canadian (or any) top MBA programs? If you refer to programs that are truly top, you won't find any without a GMAT requirement. Why don't you just take the GMAT? It is quite doable with preparation and serves as your door-opener to any top program.
May I ask you two things?

1) How can your GPA be > 4.0?
2) Have you done any research on Canadian (or any) top MBA programs? If you refer to programs that are truly top, you won't find any without a GMAT requirement. Why don't you just take the GMAT? It is quite doable with preparation and serves as your door-opener to any top program.
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Hi Dan85,

Thanks for your reply.
1) I mean my GPA is 4 out of 5 through out my academics.
2) Yes you are correct, right now i am not able to prepare for GMAT because of heavy office work.

Top MBA programs in the sense, I am looking for MBA program from well established and reputed university which is recognized internationally.
So that, it will be helpful for my career after post graduation.

Please let me know the good universities if you know any.

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.
Hi Dan85,

Thanks for your reply.
1) I mean my GPA is 4 out of 5 through out my academics.
2) Yes you are correct, right now i am not able to prepare for GMAT because of heavy office work.

Top MBA programs in the sense, I am looking for MBA program from well established and reputed university which is recognized internationally.
So that, it will be helpful for my career after post graduation.

Please let me know the good universities if you know any.

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.

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Dan85
My advise is this: take the GMAT. I learned for it while working and as I said, it is doable. Your perspectives will be much better if the outcome reflects your sincere motivation.

Think about it this way: Business schools are a filter for hiring companies. The higher the standards of a business school are (Accreditations, GMAT, GPA, overall selectivity etc.) the more desirable are its graduates for companies. Business schools pre-select people for the companies. If a business school does not require a GMAT: What does that tell us about the 'filtering function' that this business school has?
My advise is this: take the GMAT. I learned for it while working and as I said, it is doable. Your perspectives will be much better if the outcome reflects your sincere motivation.

Think about it this way: Business schools are a filter for hiring companies. The higher the standards of a business school are (Accreditations, GMAT, GPA, overall selectivity etc.) the more desirable are its graduates for companies. Business schools pre-select people for the companies. If a business school does not require a GMAT: What does that tell us about the 'filtering function' that this business school has?
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Hi Dan85,

I agree with you, frankly speaking i wrote GMAT last year 2015 September and i got Quant 42 and Verbal 18 overall score of 450. So i am bit scared to reattempt it again. Because of this reason, i am planning to join the universities with out GMAT.

Please provide your valuable inputs.
Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.
Hi Dan85,

I agree with you, frankly speaking i wrote GMAT last year 2015 September and i got Quant 42 and Verbal 18 overall score of 450. So i am bit scared to reattempt it again. Because of this reason, i am planning to join the universities with out GMAT.

Please provide your valuable inputs.
Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.
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mba hipste...
I can't think of anything that would be worth the investment. If you attended an American or Canadian university and got great grades, you could waive the GMAT to apply to the Brock MBA. But even a school like Ryerson, which isn't a great school but offers a solid MBA with accreditation, will require you to take the GMAT. Maybe look into which schools will take the GRE instead of the GMAT? I know that Fairleigh Dickinson does, for instance.
I can't think of anything that would be worth the investment. If you attended an American or Canadian university and got great grades, you could waive the GMAT to apply to the Brock MBA. But even a school like Ryerson, which isn't a great school but offers a solid MBA with accreditation, will require you to take the GMAT. Maybe look into which schools will take the GRE instead of the GMAT? I know that Fairleigh Dickinson does, for instance.
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Hi Hipster,

I didn't understand your reply completely.
Can you please elaborate?\

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.

[Edited by NareshRavula on Aug 12, 2016]

Hi Hipster,

I didn't understand your reply completely.
Can you please elaborate?\

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula.

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mba hipste...
What's not clear. There are no "TOP MBA colleges in Canada without GMAT." To get into a top MBA program, you need to take the GMAT, unless you qualify for a waiver.
What's not clear. There are no "TOP MBA colleges in Canada without GMAT." To get into a top MBA program, you need to take the GMAT, unless you qualify for a waiver.
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Thanks Hipster. :)
Thanks Hipster. :)
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