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Canadian Part-Time MBA Programs [#permalink] New post 03 Feb 2012, 03:40
Long-time lurker, first time poster. Thanks in large part to the advice I received from this site, I have been admitted to the part-time programs at Schulich, Laurier, and Degroote and now have the task of choosing between them. Based on my research, if I were to decide only on the reputation of the schools alone I believe the choice should be obvious. However, other factors are a consideration for me.

First and foremost, the quality of the education is the most important to me. I am not looking to use my MBA to change careers, or even employers, so the knowledge I gain from the program is most important to me.

Second, since I will be working full-time while completing the program, is convenience. I am much closer to York than to Laurier's downtown Toronto program or to Burlington. However, I like the idea of attending classes on Friday evening and Saturdays at Laurier and having Sundays free.

I think in making the decision those two criteria, combined with the schools' reputations, are the most important deciding factors for me. If anyone could offer suggestions I would be most appreciative.

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Re: Canadian Part-Time MBA Programs [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2013, 11:44
I am currently facing a similar dilema - choosing between the Laurier Part Time Toronto Program or Part Time Schulich.

Did you end up selecting a program?

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