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Hi I have 8 years experience in non profit + health + management. Considering an MBA to move up the ladder. Some of the largest players in health / social sector tend to be in the US or UK. The post trump, post Brexit situation is not the best for international ( non EU ) students like me who want to have a few years work experience before moving back home ( Malaysia). Have given up on the US. Canada seems like the safest option ( post work visas) but I cannot quite give up on the UK yet ( interest, relevance) .

Any internationals managed to land a post MBA job in the UK recently? What was your experience like? Is it better to stick to safer options like Canada ?

Thanks for your feedback!
Hi I have 8 years experience in non profit + health + management. Considering an MBA to move up the ladder. Some of the largest players in health / social sector tend to be in the US or UK. The post trump, post Brexit situation is not the best for international ( non EU ) students like me who want to have a few years work experience before moving back home ( Malaysia). Have given up on the US. Canada seems like the safest option ( post work visas) but I cannot quite give up on the UK yet ( interest, relevance) .

Any internationals managed to land a post MBA job in the UK recently? What was your experience like? Is it better to stick to safer options like Canada ?

Thanks for your feedback!
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Duncan
I think the rankings show that top UK schools remain a safe option for international students (see my post on placement linked from my profile page). Canadian MBA salaries are much lower, so that is also a strong option. Canada is easier for permanent residency.

[Edited by Duncan on Sep 06, 2017]

I think the rankings show that top UK schools remain a safe option for international students (see my post on placement linked from my profile page). Canadian MBA salaries are much lower, so that is also a strong option. Canada is easier for permanent residency.
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Thanks Duncan. Out of curiosity - why would lower Canadian MBA salaries being lower be a plus?
Thanks Duncan. Out of curiosity - why would lower Canadian MBA salaries being lower be a plus?
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Duncan
Lower wages mean that the average value of MBAs is lower, so perhaps there is more demand for any given MBA graduate in Canada at a lower price than in the UK at a higher price.
Lower wages mean that the average value of MBAs is lower, so perhaps there is more demand for any given MBA graduate in Canada at a lower price than in the UK at a higher price.
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Ok, crystal! Thank you so much!
Ok, crystal! Thank you so much!
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And when you're looking at cost of living, cities like Toronto tend to be much more affordable than, say, London.

Average MBA salaries at Rotman / Schulich can go quite far there and in other Canadian cities.
And when you're looking at cost of living, cities like Toronto tend to be much more affordable than, say, London.

Average MBA salaries at Rotman / Schulich can go quite far there and in other Canadian cities.
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Thank you! Very useful info.
Thank you! Very useful info.
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