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Hi,

I have 3 yrs approx of IT consulting work ex with Infosys, India. My GMAT is 620. This was my 2nd attempt on gmat...Do not want to take the GMAT again. I am looking to apply for canada B schools. Looking to apply for Ryerson, simon fraser, windsor, Brock, university of Manitoba. How these programs compare against each other.

Was going through Brock's website... Mba program sees interesting...moreover it is near to Toronto....They also have the co-op option. Moreover fees for international students is also OK.. I am interested in finance. Can I expect 60k CAD plus post Brock MBA ? Worried abt the ROI..!

Anyone who can throw light on Brock and Windsor MBA and post MBA salaries in Canada...

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Hi chan287,

I would say don’t go by program fee, but more by overall reputation and how it can help you in your post-MBA career goals. In general, you’ll get a better RoI at more reputed programs even though they would be more expensive to attend. However, you need to improve your score by at least 50-odd points to target such schools in Canada. Because you're going to do an MBA only once, it's better to retake the test (620 can definitely be improved) and apply to top-tier schools as well.
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Hi Chan,

I agree with 99Colleges, a retake would greatly increase your odds at landing at a top Canadian MBA. From your list, I do think you should consider which location you wish to live after you graduate. If you choose to live in Canada, and enjoy living in a big city, there are several good choices near Toronto. Brock is a fine school, and advertises a $70k+ average salary post MBA, however there are other choices. UofT and Schulich (York) are among the top for placements/salary. Ryerson is another good choice. The others are fine as well but would be better suited for living in a smaller city.

Best of luck with your research, let me know if you have any more questions
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Hi Chan,

I agree with 99Colleges, a retake would greatly increase your odds at landing at a top Canadian MBA. From your list, I do think you should consider which location you wish to live after you graduate. If you choose to live in Canada, and enjoy living in a big city, there are several good choices near Toronto. Brock is a fine school, and advertises a $70k+ average salary post MBA, however there are other choices. UofT and Schulich (York) are among the top for placements/salary. Ryerson is another good choice. The others are fine as well but would be better suited for living in a smaller city.

Best of luck with your research, let me know if you have any more questions

well i agree that a higher gmat would facilitate me for a shot towards schullich and rotman....but then 620 was my 2nd chance for gmat...first attempt waa 580. I gave everything i had with work constraints..cannot imagine appearing for gmat again....moreover i have read in forums, people struggling to land into a decent job even after studying from schullich....

tution budget is also an issue....so aiming for ryerson and brock. ryerson is in downtown, so networking wont be an issue at ryerson. brock on the other side is in niagra, somewhat away from GTA and the heart of toronto...

brock's 72k cad avg obviously looks inflated....i just hope, if brock's mba can lead me to 60k+.....also brock has a coop program. Ryerson on the other hand has a shorter program....which i think makes it hard for people coming from different continents difficult to comprehend the culture and studies in such a short time...

also brock offers specialisations as well...

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