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MBA from Canada - No chance for Graduates from India?




Happy
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Member since: Aug 03




Posts: 309
Location: INDIA (sometimes Canada)


Kindly, Also give us some information about the cross-functional study fields also to which Indian student students can shift after there Bachelors/Masters and Engineering and/or management.

Try to list these field according to their job potential in Canada..

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Post ID: 3314 08-10-03 20:48:29
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khubuseth
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Member since: Dec 02




Posts: 97
Location: BC


I don't really understand what you want to ask but let me answer it the way I understood it.
With a bachelors in engineering one can apply to many Masters programs in canada, like MS programs, MBA, Masters in economics etc.

Again, if you have a bachelors in management/commerce/arts, you can apply to MBA prog, or Masters in economics.

Right now I don't really see any fields that have job potential in canada.
If you do the program from one of the top 5 institutes then I would say you have chances of getting a good job.

I hope that answers your question.

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"Experience is the name every one gives to their mistakes."

 
Last edited by: khubuseth on 09-10-03 05:56:18
Post ID: 3320 09-10-03 05:55:28
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Happy
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Member since: Aug 03




Posts: 309
Location: INDIA (sometimes Canada)


Hi Khubuseth,

:) You have undersood my question right. Also tell me will I be eligible for masters level in Laws.

Also tell us something about getting into govt jobs in Canada and about the scholarships available for higher studies..


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Post ID: 3368 11-10-03 21:40:43
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khubuseth
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Member since: Dec 02




Posts: 97
Location: BC


Only Citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply for most of the scholarships, and these are school specfic.

About entering in LAW school, I have no idea about it, but you should check the websites of the universities where such programs are offered, there you can find as to what are the admission requirements.

Good luck

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Manny

"Experience is the name every one gives to their mistakes."

 
Post ID: 3385 12-10-03 18:30:19
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nishitno1
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Member since: May 03




Posts: 271
Location: Toronto , ontario , ca


Hi All

Guys please note that one year at ANY college will not be accepted as your fourth year of graduation.

You either need to have a CA;CFA;CMA.
or you need to join a univ in Canada as a non degree student.
or work experience can be counted.

All depende on the univ u plan to attend so first check with the univ and plan things accordingly.

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