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Calling Ryerson (Ted Rogers) MBA Applicants (2018 Intake)Class of 2019

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Hey guys, I have applied for Ryerson's Global MBA prog (2018 intake). Is there anybody else who has applied/planning to apply for the 2018 intake? I wanted to know how much time does the adcom takes to give the final decision. Please share your experiences and put up any sort of questions you want to. Let's connect :)

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Hi,

Got admit for May 2018 intake.

Thanks to all

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Got admit for May 2018 intake.

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Can you please share your experience ? How was the interview process?
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Got admit for May 2018 intake.

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Congrats! Its a one year program so you will get only one year of post study work permit :-(
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Hey Guys,

Just received the offer letter :)
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Hi,

Can you share your understanding as to how long is the course?
With Foundation classes starting from MAY and class starting from septemeber..that makes it 4+12 = 16 months.
I believe it can be stretched to 18-20 months. Is it possible that they would consider this as a 2 year course in terms of work visa extensions.

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Hey Guys,

Just received the offer letter :)






Hi. Im planning to apply for Ted Rogers too. Can you please share your interview experience. Thanks in advance.
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Hey Ronit,

What's the fees structure and other details which you have received with the offer letter. Btw, congratulations on the offer. IMO, it is one of the best schools in Canada, ROI wise(atleast from what I have heard)



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Ambs90 : Hey. They don't have a skype interview. The KIRA interview (recorded) is the final interview step in the application.

pushpitkc : Thankyou. The basic tuition fees for international students in around $32,000 CAD. They have added 4 Canadian courses which every international student has to complete. And then there are 5 foundational courses which one has to take according to his/her transcripts. For example if you haven't done accounting in your graduation, then you will have to do that course. Each of the foundational and canadian course cost $3000 CAD. I have been asked to do 2 foundational and 3 canadian courses. So for me, the total fees comes up to be around $48,000 CAD. And my MBA will go for around 16-20 months. So this helps me as I will now be eligible for 3 year work permit (Have confirmed this from a current student as well).

So if somebody is asked to do every canadian and foundational course, the fees for that person would be around $60,000 CAD.
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Hey Guys,

I have created a whatsapp group for all the applicants who have got the admission (May 2018 intake).
It will be great if all of us could connect before we enter the school. We would definitely need some guidance/help from each other for various reasons.

Anybody who has received or will receive the offer letter in future, please send me a whatsapp text on +919899711615 or you can post your number on this forum so that I can add you to the whatsapp group :)

Happy New Year, Cheers!
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Hi ronit1894 Congrats on the admit. Can you share a brief profile of yours?

ronit1894 wrote:
The basic tuition fees for international students in around $32,000 CAD. They have added 4 Canadian courses which every international student has to complete. And then there are 5 foundational courses which one has to take according to his/her transcripts. For example if you haven't done accounting in your graduation, then you will have to do that course. Each of the foundational and canadian course cost $3000 CAD. I have been asked to do 2 foundational and 3 canadian courses. So for me, the total fees comes up to be around $48,000 CAD. And my MBA will go for around 16-20 months. So this helps me as I will now be eligible for 3 year work permit (Have confirmed this from a current student as well).

So if somebody is asked to do every canadian and foundational course, the fees for that person would be around $60,000 CAD.


Is it the same for both global and technology management MBA?

Moreover, I was going through the website but didn't got any information on the class size and the employment stats seem to be also missing. Do you know anything about this?
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Got admit for May 2018 intake.

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vivekkumar987 Congrats!

In addition to the questions asked by sidtiwary can you also tell when did you applied and how much time did the complete process took?
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I'm a 2016 grad of the MTI program. If anybody has questions re: program or application process, feel free to reach out. I work about 2 blocks from TRSM and keep in generally close contact with a couple profs, recruiters, as well as careers advisors.

In terms of ROI, TRSM offers a bunch of scholarships in the $20k range, I tripled my salary with $0 cost (aside from the 16 months of full time study). Pretty good ROI!

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I'm a 2016 grad of the MTI program. If anybody has questions re: program or application process, feel free to reach out. I work about 2 blocks from TRSM and keep in generally close contact with a couple profs, recruiters, as well as careers advisors.

In terms of ROI, TRSM offers a bunch of scholarships in the $20k range, I tripled my salary with $0 cost (aside from the 16 months of full time study). Pretty good ROI!

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Thanks for reaching out. Could you please enlighten us about the career services available? Were all competitive students comfortably placed in job by graduation?
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Hey Guys,

I have my interview tonight. Any advice? What kind of questions should i expect?
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donkeyy0 wrote:
I'm a 2016 grad of the MTI program. If anybody has questions re: program or application process, feel free to reach out. I work about 2 blocks from TRSM and keep in generally close contact with a couple profs, recruiters, as well as careers advisors.

In terms of ROI, TRSM offers a bunch of scholarships in the $20k range, I tripled my salary with $0 cost (aside from the 16 months of full time study). Pretty good ROI!

Thx


Hi,

Thanks for reaching out. Could you please enlighten us about the career services available? Were all competitive students comfortably placed in job by graduation?

If you are a high achieving student, involved in extra curriculars, and a strong presenter (case competitions are a point of emphasis in the program...if you are good, Dale will make sure you get all the exposure you need, all on Ryerson bill). Check out the Economist Which MBA? case competition to see the kind of exposure you COULD get.

I'd say, if you're in the top...quartile of the class, you'll get a good job. There are contracts with Scotia and Bombardier...but the good jobs will be the ones you find yourself.

My cohort had 1 go to P&G, 1 to Bayer, 2 to Deloitte, 1 to PwC, and a ton to smaller consulting firms. I personally got my first post MBA job through my thesis supervisor (ex KPMG & Accenture partner), and have transitioned to channel strategy since then.

If you're an ok student looking for the letters, go to a different brand. If you have a unique story and strive for greatness, you'll do well there. You'll have opportunities to excel and find a great job, but only if you make every effort to own your future.

Andrea/Nicole/Wayne are SUPER helpful with regards to advice and interview prep, but they don't just hand you a job unless you're really exceptional. Like i said, top quartile will land very good jobs. It'll be tough for middle of the pack students.

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Hi ronit1894 Congrats on the admit. Can you share a brief profile of yours?

ronit1894 wrote:
The basic tuition fees for international students in around $32,000 CAD. They have added 4 Canadian courses which every international student has to complete. And then there are 5 foundational courses which one has to take according to his/her transcripts. For example if you haven't done accounting in your graduation, then you will have to do that course. Each of the foundational and canadian course cost $3000 CAD. I have been asked to do 2 foundational and 3 canadian courses. So for me, the total fees comes up to be around $48,000 CAD. And my MBA will go for around 16-20 months. So this helps me as I will now be eligible for 3 year work permit (Have confirmed this from a current student as well).

So if somebody is asked to do every canadian and foundational course, the fees for that person would be around $60,000 CAD.


Is it the same for both global and technology management MBA?

Moreover, I was going through the website but didn't got any information on the class size and the employment stats seem to be also missing. Do you know anything about this?


Costs are the same Global v. MTI. Salary is higher coming out of MTI.

If you are interested, I'm confident the recruiters would give you the employment stats...but if I recall it's something like 95% placed within 6 months, and average salary is above 100k/yr. The employment stats look AMAZING, but a good chunk of the students who don't find work get placed at the university in academic/research roles. If you exclude those placements, the placement rate is probably 'only' very good.
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I have my interview tonight. Any advice? What kind of questions should i expect?


The interview is video right? Just be confident and speak clearly. If you got to this point you stand a very good chance. I know a guy who straight up answered a question along the lines of "I've never thought of that. If I had some time to research, I could get back to you". And he got in and was very successful.

They're mostly gonna be fit questions.
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Hi,

Can you share your understanding as to how long is the course?
With Foundation classes starting from MAY and class starting from septemeber..that makes it 4+12 = 16 months.
I believe it can be stretched to 18-20 months. Is it possible that they would consider this as a 2 year course in terms of work visa extensions.

regards
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I believe foundation courses are only for those with non-business degrees. And to know whether adding foundation course in the curriculum makes it 2 yr program, resulting in visa extension, the best way would be to touch base with Career management center of the school.
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