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Canada- Ivey's one year full time MBA equivalent to rotman's 2 years?

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New post 09 Feb 2017, 04:04
Im due for gmat in next 3 weeks and im not sure which session should i apply for - Sept or Jan session? Rotman and Schulich offers Sept sessions and i can apply only in the third deadlines or in Queens or Ivey's one year MBA of Jan sessions. I dont want to wait another year so im not sure about the pros and cons of these. Any advise will be highly appreciated here!!

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New post 09 Feb 2017, 23:20
Hi anniesgh

Thanks for getting in touch! To best help you, please provide some more information about your candidacy. GPA and undergrad institution for example, along with how you have been doing on GMAT practice exams. Also, what is your goal post-MBA and would a traditional MBA summer internship be helpful?

In the meantime, you might find this Poets & Quants article helpful in evaluating September vs. January intake:
http://poetsandquants.com/2015/02/19/wh ... od-option/

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Hi anniesgh

Thanks for getting in touch! To best help you, please provide some more information about your candidacy. GPA and undergrad institution for example, along with how you have been doing on GMAT practice exams. Also, what is your goal post-MBA and would a traditional MBA summer internship be helpful?

In the meantime, you might find this Poets & Quants article helpful in evaluating September vs. January intake:
http://poetsandquants.com/2015/02/19/wh ... od-option/

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I did B.tech(2003-2007) in IT trade from IEC College of Engineering and Technology,Greater Noida (UP Technical University) with 67% marks. Im getting 680-700 in my practice tests as of now. I want to set an example for women of my area that they can dream and can fulfill their dream even after being married and being in their 30s. Please let me know what all details you need!!

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Also, I want to know that being a co-founder of an IT company and working for it for last 4 years makes any difference to my application?

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Hi anniesgh

Regarding September vs. January intake, it's really a personal decision based on things like money, time, and your need for an internship. Definitely take a look at that Poets & Quants article I posted earlier.

Another thing to bear in mind is the competitiveness of different rounds. Typically, later rounds are more competitive, especially for applicants from countries where there are large numbers of applicants.

With graduating from undergrad in 2007, you may want to look at a program like MIT Sloan Fellows, which is geared towards candidates with 10+ years of work experience.

Hope that helps. For further support, you may want to contact mbaMission for a free consultation. Link in the signature below.

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