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Which is the best US University for MBA to pursue a career in Canada

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Hi !

I am planning on moving to Canada during/after my MBA and was wondering which of these MBAs would be better for me to pursue.
I am considering only Online MBA programs with GMAT Waiver options.

Conc: Strategy & Consulting OR Data/Business Analystics
1. MBA@UNC
2. AGSM - MBA in Technology

Considering the plan to move to Canada, wondering if any of you can give me some insight on how the Alumni network and Job opportunities for MBA candidates for these universities are in Canada and/or Rank them in the order which you think is best in terms of international outlook and help me open doors for opportunities in Canada.
Unfortunately, all Top uni's in Canada require me to write GMAT and hence, I'm not considering them. Really trying to avoid writing GMAT

Originally posted by shreeshakashyap on 31 Jul 2018, 06:34.
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shreeshakashyap wrote:
Hi !

I am planning on moving to Canada during/after my MBA and was wondering which of these MBAs would be better for me to pursue.
I am considering only Online MBA programs with GMAT Waiver options.

Conc: Strategy & Consulting OR Data/Business Analystics
1. MBA@UNC
2. Penn State World Campus Online MBA - Mainly done from Smeal College of Business
3. AGSM - MBA in Technology

Considering the plan to move to Canada, wondering if any of you can give me some insight on how the Alumni network and Job opportunities for MBA candidates for these universities are in Canada and/or Rank them in the order which you think is best in terms of international outlook and help me open doors for opportunities in Canada.
Unfortunately, all Top uni's in Canada require me to write GMAT and hence, I'm not considering them. Really trying to avoid writing GMAT


shreeshakashyap I am not a big believer in online programs, they seem like a very expensive Coursera. Might consider an EMBA program that does not require GMAT such as Kellogg which meets monthly in Miami. Same for Ross if you are moving to Western Canada.
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MBAPrepCoach As much as I'd like to get into an EMBA program, They are way out of my reach. My professional WE is less than 5yrs but I do have a Master's degree to add to my Profile among others but I personally don't think it's an EMBA material. Ross takes in only 4% of its class of 120 that;s like 5 people per class who's age is below 30yrs with an avg WE of 15yrs. That's going to be hard to crack for me to be honest. Since, EMBA's need a lot of WE under one's belt and is designed for folks who are already at or about to make a transition to an exec level post, I'm not entirely sure how I'll fit that bill. That's actually the main reason why I did NOT consider any EMBA program in my research.
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shreeshakashyap wrote:
MBAPrepCoach As much as I'd like to get into an EMBA program, They are way out of my reach. My professional WE is less than 5yrs but I do have a Master's degree to add to my Profile among others but I personally don't think it's an EMBA material. Ross takes in only 4% of its class of 120 that;s like 5 people per class who's age is below 30yrs with an avg WE of 15yrs. That's going to be hard to crack for me to be honest. Since, EMBA's need a lot of WE under one's belt and is designed for folks who are already at or about to make a transition to an exec level post, I'm not entirely sure how I'll fit that bill. That's actually the main reason why I did NOT consider any EMBA program in my research.
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