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Schulich(York University) or Sauder(UBC) or McMAster Coop

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Schulich(York University) or Sauder(UBC) or McMAster Coop [#permalink] New post 26 Mar 2014, 08:55
I will appreciate if you could take out few minutes to suggest me and get me out of this dilemma. In return, you will get a 'Thank You' and few blessing from bottom of my heart. :)


Sauder:
Pros - Low tuition fee, strong internship connections(CAD 25K lesser), awesome campus, beautiful city, mature and strong class and alumni community because of stringent entry requirements, 16 month program, good specialisation curriculum.
Cons - Less employment opportunity, not a business hub, no business or industry as such except tourism.

Schulich:
Pros - Strong networking, in the business centre of Canada, strong alumni connection, strong marketing specialisation, among top 3 in Canada, international focus, alumni working in fmcg industry.

Cons - Bad career service, big batch, not very awesome student quality, 1 hour from downtown, not very happening campus life, declining reputation as I can read online.

I have not much idea about McMaster, but one good point is I will work-ex of one year along with my MBA and it will help me n getting job and networking. But yes the school is not as reputed as Schulich and Sauder are.

As I have 2.5 yrs of work ex, I will be one of the youngest students in both the schools. SO I need an edge to compete with all. That is also one of the factors.

My heart says it is Sauder but brain says it is Schulich. :)

I may be wrong at many points, but please feel free to correct me.
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Re: Schulich(York University) or Sauder(UBC) or McMAster Coop [#permalink] New post 26 Mar 2014, 15:36
Go to York University. It is the best program among those three. I would only go to Sauder if you want to live in BC because career wise you have much more diversity in Toronto.
Re: Schulich(York University) or Sauder(UBC) or McMAster Coop   [#permalink] 26 Mar 2014, 15:36
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