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06 Jun 2010, 18:32
Hi

I'm thinking of writing my GMAT i haven't registered so far. im located in Toronto, Canada. I was wondering if you can point out some good schools in Toronto where I can get my money's worth.

Some background about myself I have a diploma in business marketing and currently im working for Citi as a supervisor.

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Location: Canada : Ontario : Toronto
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06 Jun 2010, 22:36

Ivey, a great school for entrepreneurship and global business, is located in London (a few hours outside of the GTA) and is a one-year program.

Rotman, the leader for finance and health care administration, is right in the heart of downtown Toronto (note, this school is one of the most expensive in North America, especially for int'l students).

Schulich is Canada's premier marketing school and offers a number of nifty streams no one else does in Canada (Non-Profit Management, Arts & Media, etc.) and is about 25 minutes away from downtown Toronto.

I've done ENDLESS research on these three and would be happy to give you as much info as you want! Fire away!

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07 Jun 2010, 06:51
thank you for your prompt response. Im interested in going to states and completing my masters there, because one of my long term goal is to move to United States, ideally NYC.

if my understanding is correct I can write my GMAT and then try to see which school is going to accept me. The fact i have a diploma and not a degree wouldnt go against me if i can get a decent score in my GMAT.

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07 Jun 2010, 07:51
Most schools (USA or Canada) require a 4-year undergraduate degree, unless you have a deal at your school where you complete your Bachelor's and MBA at the same time.

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