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Best MBA Program in Canada [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2013, 09:06
Hi everyone,

I had recently graduated from B-school and got my MSc. in International Business from HULT International Business school in USA. I am now considering to take MBA from of the best Canadian B-schools, which one do you recommend base on my profile and my decision criteria?

Target Schools:
Desautels (McGill) , HEC Montereal, John Molson (Concordia University) , Alberta, Haskayne (University of Calgary), Sauder (University of British Colombia), Beedie (Simon Frasier University)

Decision Criteria:(by order)
1.Tuition fee
2. Available scholarships
3. Job opportunity for international graduates
4. University reputation among the companies
5. Program Specialization (Project MGT or Supply Chain are my desired fields for study and work)

My Profile:
Bsc. Industrial Engineering - GPA 3.10 (Iran)
MSc. International Business - GPA 3.15 (USA)
2 Years of experience in Oil and Gas industry (Project MGT)
1 Year of experience in Solar Energy Industry (Biz Analyst)
GMAT: 550 ( I will retake it in Nov, with aim of 700)
Currently I am working with a start-up Co. as researcher

Thank you all in advance for your cooperation.
Shahin
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Location: Canada
Concentration: Finance, Entrepreneurship
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Re: Best MBA Program in Canada [#permalink] New post 17 Oct 2013, 09:33
I don't know how the cost and scholarship opportunities compare but that should be readily available on each school website.

I'd add Ivey to your list, the one year program will cut cost, they have a very strong network in eastern Canada, and I understand they have strong supply chain profs. I think your choice will depend heavily on where you want to establish a network and live - Quebec or West Coast/Alberta.
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Re: Best MBA Program in Canada [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2013, 19:19
shdeylami wrote:
Hi everyone,

I had recently graduated from B-school and got my MSc. in International Business from HULT International Business school in USA. I am now considering to take MBA from of the best Canadian B-schools, which one do you recommend base on my profile and my decision criteria?

Target Schools:
Desautels (McGill) , HEC Montereal, John Molson (Concordia University) , Alberta, Haskayne (University of Calgary), Sauder (University of British Colombia), Beedie (Simon Frasier University)

Decision Criteria:(by order)
1.Tuition fee
2. Available scholarships
3. Job opportunity for international graduates
4. University reputation among the companies
5. Program Specialization (Project MGT or Supply Chain are my desired fields for study and work)

My Profile:
Bsc. Industrial Engineering - GPA 3.10 (Iran)
MSc. International Business - GPA 3.15 (USA)
2 Years of experience in Oil and Gas industry (Project MGT)
1 Year of experience in Solar Energy Industry (Biz Analyst)
GMAT: 550 ( I will retake it in Nov, with aim of 700)
Currently I am working with a start-up Co. as researcher

Thank you all in advance for your cooperation.
Shahin


You appear to have left 4 of the best schools in Canada off your list. I personally think Ivey is the best, and that's the only Canadian school I applied to. It's quite tough getting in compared to a few of the other schools though. They REALLY look for fit over paper qualifications.
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Re: Best MBA Program in Canada [#permalink] New post 07 Nov 2013, 05:56
UBC for sure
Re: Best MBA Program in Canada   [#permalink] 07 Nov 2013, 05:56
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