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I got accepted in NUS, Rotman. Well, I have read so many posts in the Internet but I couldnt find out which choice would be better. I wanna get a job after graduate in finance indsutry such as Investment bank or private bank. It will be better if I can reach further to Wall st. Please give me some advice.
And if u have more time, consider Ivey, schulich, Degroote for me plz.

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IlllIll wrote:
I got accepted in NUS, Rotman. Well, I have read so many posts in the Internet but I couldnt find out which choice would be better. I wanna get a job after graduate in finance indsutry such as Investment bank or private bank. It will be better if I can reach further to Wall st. Please give me some advice.
And if u have more time, consider Ivey, schulich, Degroote for me plz.

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Hello IlllIll

This funny choice of nickname ;)


Congrats on admission :thumbup:

There is no need to even consider Ivey, Schulich, DeGroote....Rotman is the best there is in Canada.


You can check my post about best Canadian business schools here :

https://gmatclub.com/forum/mba-in-canad ... l#p2174726

Ivey could be second best choice, but that is irrelevant here, when you are accepted at Rotman.


Toronto is also financial center/capital of Canada and relatively close to Wall Street that you aim, close in ties, firms represented, geographically etc.

Certainly closer than Singapore.


Since you mentioned other Canadian schools, obviously that place is your target and luckily you have been accepted to their best business school, so really it is no-brainer to decide/accept.


Good Luck with Rotman adventure and Toronto/NY living :cool:
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IlllIll wrote:
I got accepted in NUS, Rotman. Well, I have read so many posts in the Internet but I couldnt find out which choice would be better. I wanna get a job after graduate in finance indsutry such as Investment bank or private bank. It will be better if I can reach further to Wall st. Please give me some advice.
And if u have more time, consider Ivey, schulich, Degroote for me plz.

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Hi,

Congratulations on your admit! In my opinion, when you have a decision like this it's important to objectively look at all aspects of both the courses

1. Geography - Since you are looking at getting into the finance industry both Canada and Singapore are the good options.

2. Class Size - do look the class size of both these schools and talk to the current students to understand how it works there.

3. Fees / Scholarships - Evaluate this too - How long would it take for you to pay off your education loan.

4. Please do check the Exchange programs/internships during the course.

5. Work Visa - Stay back option. Canada gives you the flexibility to work for 3 years post your MBA. PR options are better too. Whereas in Singapore you have LTVP (1-year option to stay post MBA - check this out too)

6. Weather and language - Since working/settling in a country is a long term decision - it's important you consider this too. If you are in Toronto or the English speaking regions you don't have too much to worry (I am assuming you do not know French :) ). Anywhere else in the Quebec region in Canada - it's important to learn the language.


These are pretty much the top 6 aspects you could use to take a call on which school to choose. Hope this helps.

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I would suggest Rotman.
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If finance and wall street is all you seek, rotman would do the trick
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