MBA


Hi,
I am from India and want to do MBA from Canada.
I have 2 years of work experience in IT sector in SAP sales and distribution domain.
I did my bachelors in technology(Electronics and comm.) with 79% of marks.
I did 12th from CBSE with 91% and 10th from ICSE with 91.14% of marks.
My IELTS score is 7.5 with no less than 6.5.
I have not given GMAT.

Is there any good university/college whose requirements I meet.
What would be the scope after MBA degree from this university/college.
Is there any course other than MBA that you suggest would be better for me.
Thank you.

[Edited by Amritpal Singh on Jun 11, 2017]

Hi,
I am from India and want to do MBA from Canada.
I have 2 years of work experience in IT sector in SAP sales and distribution domain.
I did my bachelors in technology(Electronics and comm.) with 79% of marks.
I did 12th from CBSE with 91% and 10th from ICSE with 91.14% of marks.
My IELTS score is 7.5 with no less than 6.5.
I have not given GMAT.

Is there any good university/college whose requirements I meet.
What would be the scope after MBA degree from this university/college.
Is there any course other than MBA that you suggest would be better for me.
Thank you.
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Duncan
Take the Gmat.
Take the Gmat.
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Razors Edg...
I think with only 2 years of work experience it'll be a reach to get into the good schools - Rotman, Schulich, McGill, UBC, etc.

Depending on what your GMAT score ends up being, you might look at the next tier down - Ryerson is always popular among international students with low work experience.
I think with only 2 years of work experience it'll be a reach to get into the good schools - Rotman, Schulich, McGill, UBC, etc.

Depending on what your GMAT score ends up being, you might look at the next tier down - Ryerson is always popular among international students with low work experience.
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Hello,

Have you already passed your TOEFL test?
Hello,

Have you already passed your TOEFL test?
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Hi,
I am from India and want to do MBA from Canada.
I have 2 years of work experience in IT sector in SAP sales and distribution domain.
I did my bachelors in technology(Electronics and comm.) with 79% of marks.
I did 12th from CBSE with 91% and 10th from ICSE with 91.14% of marks.
My IELTS score is 7.5 with no less than 6.5.
I have not given GMAT.

Is there any good university/college whose requirements I meet.
What would be the scope after MBA degree from this university/college.
Is there any course other than MBA that you suggest would be better for me.
Thank you.
[quote]Hi,
I am from India and want to do MBA from Canada.
I have 2 years of work experience in IT sector in SAP sales and distribution domain.
I did my bachelors in technology(Electronics and comm.) with 79% of marks.
I did 12th from CBSE with 91% and 10th from ICSE with 91.14% of marks.
My IELTS score is 7.5 with no less than 6.5.
I have not given GMAT.

Is there any good university/college whose requirements I meet.
What would be the scope after MBA degree from this university/college.
Is there any course other than MBA that you suggest would be better for me.
Thank you.[/quote]
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Razors Edg...
See my advice to the other poster above. I think two years of work experience is really not enough to get into the strong MBA programs in Canada.

Short of waiting another two years to apply, a solid Masters in Management program might be a better option. Queen's has a ranked program - Master of International Business - which is highly regarded.

To get into that program, since you don't have a business degree, you'd need to take the GMAT and score at least a 600. It's always a good choice to take the GMAT, in any case.
See my advice to the other poster above. I think two years of work experience is really not enough to get into the strong MBA programs in Canada.

Short of waiting another two years to apply, a solid Masters in Management program might be a better option. Queen's has a ranked program - Master of International Business - which is highly regarded.

To get into that program, since you don't have a business degree, you'd need to take the GMAT and score at least a 600. It's always a good choice to take the GMAT, in any case.
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