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Canadian MBA's & my strange situation, advice appreciated! [#permalink]
06 Jun 2013, 14:55
I have a rather strange situation and I'm trying to figure out what to do. Quick background:
Female, aboriginal, 3.3 CGPA from undergrad (excluding some pass/fail courses from my international exchange). Graduated in 2006, worked almost 2 yrs Big4 accounting (no designation), worked at a large Crown Corporation then joined the military. I have a B.Comm.
I am being medically released from the military and can tap into funding for further education. This is where it gets strange.
- total program cost (tuition, fees, books) has to be under $25,000 for a problem free sign off for funding - I have 24 months effective September 18 2013 to tap into the funding... the program has to end within those 24 months (this is a problem for something like Rotman) - if the program I am considering is over $25,000 I need to have a majority of it to be funded by scholarships, etc. in order to build some sort of business case to tap into the $25,000
During those 24 months I will be paid a salary of approximately $40,000 gross.
My goal was Ivey or Queen's, but with the funding issues it could be problematic. I'm not sure about Schulich but it looks as though I can do the accelerated MBA and finish up with a tuition cost of about $30,000, but I wonder whether that is better than programs elsewhere. I also want to apply to some decent sub-$25,000 programs but I also want to walk out of the program not thinking I wasted my time/money.
I live in Ottawa but I'm willing to move almost anywhere. I was looking at programs like Ryerson or Concordia (JMSB) as well for "cheaper" options but I really want to set myself on a career with a strong upward trajectory and feel as though I will end up settling in Toronto post-MBA so I wonder whether or not Concordia would be a good investment. I've been researching schools, programs, reputations, etc. and am feeling a bit overwhelmed so any advice would be appreciated!
Re: Canadian MBA's & my strange situation, advice appreciated! [#permalink]
06 Jun 2013, 17:20
I got an email from Rotman this afternoon, they have increased their intake from this batch onwards. So you can still apply if you wish to start this september and it will totally fall within your time limit.