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any canadians [#permalink] New post 26 Mar 2007, 14:13
i,m considering moving to canada soon. any idea re schools such as Sauder, Rotman, Ivey. DO canada's brightest move to US or stay put in canada MBA colleges.
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Apr 2007, 10:05
hey excel,

You should read the various threads in this forum about Canadian schools. Here is one about Rotman

Althought I am going to the US for mba, it is not always the case that everyone will go there. You have to figure if it makes sense for you. If you plan to work within Canada, you are probably better off taking advantage of local recruitment and cost savings of staying in Canada.
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I am also deciding whether to attend a Canadian or US school. I live in Canada (Vancouver), but am intrigued by the opportunities offered by American universities. I will probably apply to schools in both countries, and will then decide based on who admits me.

In Canada, I am considering Rotman, Schulich, Queen's, and Western.

In the US, I am considering Sloan, Haas, and Yale (so far).

I get the sense that it will be much tougher to get admitted to these US schools vs the Canadian schools.
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 [#permalink] New post 13 May 2007, 13:20
Hey csgreen,
just wondering what do you think of Sauder. I read that you are from Vancouver. So does not Sauder not inspire you at all. I am eager to know about Sauder and opportunities here.
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 [#permalink] New post 13 May 2007, 17:29
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Hey csgreen,
just wondering what do you think of Sauder. I read that you are from Vancouver. So does not Sauder not inspire you at all. I am eager to know about Sauder and opportunities here.


To be honest, I want to get out of town for a while. I've lived here my entire life, and wouldn't mind spending a year or two somewhere else.

I don't know anyone personally who has attended Sauder, so I can't really give you any advice. But if I were to stay in Vancouver I would definitely consider Sauder.
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