MBA Programs with little funding


esita

Hi All,

I am an Indian citizen looking for prospective MBA Programs with little funding.I have a score of 312 in GRE with 98 in Toeffel.I have 5.5 years of work experience in IT.

Since post trump condition is US do not seem that favorable I have diverted my attention to Canada ,Australia and Ireland instead.I am looking for Public universities with accreditation and low cost(upto 25 lakhs).

I have done a bit of research for Canada collges and find HECMontreal,Univerity of Alberta and Ottawa which suit my profile.I do want a feedback about Concordia and CArleton.Kindly could you advice on the same as well as suggest me a few other options.Furthermore is it possible for an international student to bag a scholarship at these universities.If so how can i proceed applying for Scholarship.

Also how are the job prospects post my MBA in Canada.I will be studying fully on loan so i do look for a job gurantee for the same.

Regards
Esita

[Edited by esita on Sep 21, 2017]

Hi All,

I am an Indian citizen looking for prospective MBA Programs with little funding.I have a score of 312 in GRE with 98 in Toeffel.I have 5.5 years of work experience in IT.

Since post trump condition is US do not seem that favorable I have diverted my attention to Canada ,Australia and Ireland instead.I am looking for Public universities with accreditation and low cost(upto 25 lakhs).

I have done a bit of research for Canada collges and find HECMontreal,Univerity of Alberta and Ottawa which suit my profile.I do want a feedback about Concordia and CArleton.Kindly could you advice on the same as well as suggest me a few other options.Furthermore is it possible for an international student to bag a scholarship at these universities.If so how can i proceed applying for Scholarship.

Also how are the job prospects post my MBA in Canada.I will be studying fully on loan so i do look for a job gurantee for the same.

Regards
Esita
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Duncan

Search the board for Concordia and Carleton, then you'll also discover the other schools that are mentioned alongside them.

The maximum score for the GRE test is 340. How can your score be higher?

Search the board for Concordia and Carleton, then you'll also discover the other schools that are mentioned alongside them.

The maximum score for the GRE test is 340. How can your score be higher?
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esita

Sorry for the confusion.It was supposed to be 312...I changed it.How are the job prospects from Carleton and Concordia.

Sorry for the confusion.It was supposed to be 312...I changed it.How are the job prospects from Carleton and Concordia.
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mba hipste...

Check with the schools - ask them specifically what kinds of jobs people in your situation have landed in the past, and even ask about salary.

Salaries tend to be rather low in Canada, and you'd have much better long-term salary growth if you went to a school like McGill, Rotman, Schulich, UBC, etc.

Have you asked Concordia about doing the GRE instead of the GMAT? On the website they say that the GMAT is 'highly preferred.'

Check with the schools - ask them specifically what kinds of jobs people in your situation have landed in the past, and even ask about salary.

Salaries tend to be rather low in Canada, and you'd have much better long-term salary growth if you went to a school like McGill, Rotman, Schulich, UBC, etc.

Have you asked Concordia about doing the GRE instead of the GMAT? On the website they say that the GMAT is 'highly preferred.'
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