List of universities which offering MBA without GMAT and GRE


Hi All,

Please find my details below:

1. Completed my graduation in 2011 in B.Tech (IT).
2. Having 5.6 years of experience in IT field (still working)
3. Above 75% through out my academics from 10th to my graduation.
4. IELTS 6.0 (6 In each module)
5. Pearson Test of English 64 (S:56, R:59, L:69, W:74)
6. I tried GMAT once, but I got very less in verbal section. Not planning to write again. Want to apply to business schools without GMAT or GRE.
7. I am planning to do MBA In IT in Canada (during May or September 2017 intake)

Required clarification on below things:

1. I am very much skeptical about the list of good universities which offering MBA in IT (most probably IT operations management). As well as I would like to know which type of courses will come under MBA in IT?
2. Which one is better to pursue MBA either in University or in College?
3. Is it better to do MBA in IT specialization or General MBA?
4. Job opportunities after MBA in Canada


Waiting for your valuable inputs.

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula
Hi All,

Please find my details below:

1. Completed my graduation in 2011 in B.Tech (IT).
2. Having 5.6 years of experience in IT field (still working)
3. Above 75% through out my academics from 10th to my graduation.
4. IELTS 6.0 (6 In each module)
5. Pearson Test of English 64 (S:56, R:59, L:69, W:74)
6. I tried GMAT once, but I got very less in verbal section. Not planning to write again. Want to apply to business schools without GMAT or GRE.
7. I am planning to do MBA In IT in Canada (during May or September 2017 intake)

Required clarification on below things:

1. I am very much skeptical about the list of good universities which offering MBA in IT (most probably IT operations management). As well as I would like to know which type of courses will come under MBA in IT?
2. Which one is better to pursue MBA either in University or in College?
3. Is it better to do MBA in IT specialization or General MBA?
4. Job opportunities after MBA in Canada


Waiting for your valuable inputs.

Thanks and Regards,
Naresh Ravula
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badux
Most MBA programs that are worth the investment will require you to take the GMAT.

Maybe some will waive that requirement, but only in rare cases. For the MBA at Brock, they'll consider a GMAT waiver if you have graduated from a Canadian or American university in the last seven years with an overall average GPA of 3.67 or higher.
Most MBA programs that are worth the investment will require you to take the GMAT.

Maybe some will waive that requirement, but only in rare cases. For the MBA at Brock, they'll consider a GMAT waiver if you have graduated from a Canadian or American university in the last seven years with an overall average GPA of 3.67 or higher.
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Thanks for your reply Badux,

I am from India, i have 16 years of education from india itself.

Any idea about list of universities which satisfy my profile?

And also, most of the consultancies saying that my profile is suitable for colleges. Will pursuing MBA in Colleges good decision?
Thanks for your reply Badux,

I am from India, i have 16 years of education from india itself.

Any idea about list of universities which satisfy my profile?

And also, most of the consultancies saying that my profile is suitable for colleges. Will pursuing MBA in Colleges good decision?
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Duncan
It's not a good investment to go to non-GMAT schools. See Why you should take the GMAT http://bit.ly/WhyGMAT
It's not a good investment to go to non-GMAT schools. See Why you should take the GMAT http://bit.ly/WhyGMAT
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badux
I agree with Duncan.

To answer your question: as far as I know, all the accredited MBA programs in Canada will be offered by business schools attached to universities.
I agree with Duncan.

To answer your question: as far as I know, all the accredited MBA programs in Canada will be offered by business schools attached to universities.
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