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CANADA Eligibility Consideration

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Is it possible to get into Master or MBA with 60 % / 6.75 gpa (couple of backlogs) in Canada with a good gmat score? would appreciate if real life cases reply to this. Canada is my only dream study destination. Thanks in Advance.
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Hey Shri15kumar

Welcome to GMATClub

Please find below the various schools you should apply to. Look into the individual programs
and find a program that fits your requirements.
Schulich School of Business, York University
Alberta School of Business, Edmonton
Haskayne School of Business, Calgary
Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
DeGroote School of Business, Ontario
Lazaridis School of Business and Economics, Waterloo
Telfer School of Management, Ottawa
John Molson School of Business - Concordia University
Goodman School of Business - Brock University
HEC Montreal
Sobey School of Business, Halifax

In the past year, I have seen several students joining school all over Canada with a profile
similar to yours. The key with Canadian schools is to apply early in the cycle and present
your best case for admission. Also, usually, a good GMAT score helps offset a low CGPA
and increases your chances at any school around the globe. Please PM me if you have any
additional queries specific to any school in the list or other Tier 1 schools such as Rotman,
Queen's, or Ivey.

Hope this helps you.
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Hey Shri15kumar

Welcome to GMATClub

Please find below the various schools you should apply to. Look into the individual programs
and find a program that fits your requirements.
Schulich School of Business, York University
Alberta School of Business, Edmonton
Haskayne School of Business, Calgary
Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
DeGroote School of Business, Ontario
Lazaridis School of Business and Economics, Waterloo
Telfer School of Management, Ottawa
John Molson School of Business - Concordia University
Goodman School of Business - Brock University
HEC Montreal
Sobey School of Business, Halifax

In the past year, I have seen several students joining school all over Canada with a profile
similar to yours. The key with Canadian schools is to apply early in the cycle and present
your best case for admission. Also, usually, a good GMAT score helps offset a low CGPA
and increases your chances at any school around the globe. Please PM me if you have any
additional queries specific to any school in the list or other Tier 1 schools such as Rotman,
Queen's, or Ivey.

Hope this helps you.


hello pushpitkc,

Thank you! I'll keep that in mind and message you as soon as I am ready to proceed with the application process.
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Hi Shri15kumar,

Since you are asking an admissions-related question, you should also reach out to one of the many admissions consultants here on GMAT Club to seek further advice.

Have you started studying for the GMAT?
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