International Education Options in Canada

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Hey guys I have admission offer for marketing management from Humber college. What do you guys suggest? Is it worth joining?

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VJCANADACONNECT
@VJCANADACONNECT  ·  13 karma

@Rockybalboa2 greetings from Canada Education Connect. what is your current academic profile? It is challenging to comment on a program without knowing your full academic/professional experience details.

You can also reach me @vijay.bhashyakarla@cedc.ca, +19024145566


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Hey Guys,

I am Shait and 32 years old from Gurgaon, have 9+ years of IT experience and done MCA. I am looking for transition from IT to Managerial roles. For this wanted to pursue MBA from a good reputed university in CANADA. 


Guys, could you suggest me some options (which has placement too) and also an silly question to end with – how much preparation time is required to get good to crack into good university :)


Any pointers/ suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in Advance!


Bests,

Shait.  

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ABatExperts
@ABatExperts  ·  25 karma

Hi @Shaitender

You will need to take the GMAT first! The list of schools can only be shortlisted once there is clarity on your GMAT score. The time you take will be largely dependent on your level of preparation! Should you have any further queries, feel free to reach out to us.

All the best!

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VJCANADACONNECT
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@Shaitender greetings from Canada Education Connect. We work with a number of B Schools in Canada. Not all of them require a GMA or GRE score. A lot depends on your past educational profile, current work experience and future goals etc. For better uderstanding I suggest you contact me vijay.bhashyakarla@cedc.ca, +19024155566. We have successfully placed many students into B schools and I will be happy to help you out. I look forward to hearing from you. 

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hi folks, I am Vijay with Canada Education Connect. We are based in Canada and well placed to guide students who want to study in Canada. Contact me for further details


Director, Canada Education Connect, Dalhousie University representative for Management (MBA, MPA, MLIS) programs, Internetworking etc. University of New Brunswick St John MBA representative.  
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Mkaurv21
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Hello I m 33 years old working experience 6 years btech want to do MBA please suggest

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VJCANADACONNECT
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hi there, apologies for the delay in responding. If you haven't already made a decision drop me line on ....... @ +1 902 414 5566

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I studied B Tech in ECE and and have 3 yrs of IT experience.. i have plans to change from IT career.. Is PG diploma in Canada a good option considering the future and long term benefits?? I am totally confused.. please help me ...

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ABatExperts
@ABatExperts  ·  25 karma

Hi @robin00681 ,

Yes, you could go ahead with a PG Diploma. We recommend you run a search of the best universities offering a PG Diploma in the course you are looking at. You may then run a comparison of the same with some other top universities around the world.

All the best!

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VJCANADACONNECT
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hi @robin00681 greetings from Canada Education Connect. PGDP is always the second option and a lot depends on which stream you are choosing as your second career. In general, PGDP is secondar to University education and given all universities in canada or atleast 98% of them are government funded, the standards are strong across the board and you will be competing with university graduates at every level, which will diminish your chances for growth. If you want to discuss further, feel free to contact me

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How is PG diploma course in Wirless networking in Lambton college, Ontario, Canada?? Please help me

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Hi guys,


I am planning to pursue my masters degree in MIS.I have 1.25 year IT experience,

Can you suggest some good universities in Canada for MIS?

PS: If anyone is pursuing currently or has completed,kindly let me know. 

Thanks.

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OliveConsulting
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IT is in the short term & long term skill shortage in New Zealand. Why are you not interested in New Zealand ?

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ChristineJoseph
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Getting into a good university in Canada also depends on your GRE/GMAT and IELTS/TOEFL score (if the university asks for it). On an average, 1 or 2 years work experience is preferred by universities and you have a decent work experience. You can try applying at  University of British Columbia, Queens University, York University, University of Ottawa, Alberta School of Business, Concordia University Montreal, since these universities have good MIS programs. 

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kindly clarify experts: i want to pursue masters in IT or MBA from a reputed foreign university ONLY.most reputed universities have eligiblity rule of 16 years of education i.e. 10+2+4.i am mumbai university commerce graduate hence i have 15 years of education i.e. 10+2+3.i want to play safe so i wiil be pursuing indian mba  FULL TIME called as PGDM(post graduate diploma in management).

MY QUESTION IS SINCE PGDM IS 2 YEAR DIPLOMA COURSE WILL IT BE CONSIDERED AS 2 YEAR FULL TIME FORMAL EDUCATION and make in my case 17 years of formal education thus clearing 16 years eligiblity?

if no what if i pursue mba/mms from mumbai and pune university will it make in my case 17 years of formal education clearing 16 years eligiblity?

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Hello, i have 3.8 years of work ex in IT, with good academics and overall profile.

i want to study management MIM, what exams i have to give?

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ChristineJoseph
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Considering that universities usually expect at least 1-2 years of experience, you have a good profile there. For MIM, entrance exams depend on the university you want get in. Some universities expect GRE scores, while others might ask for GMAT score. Option to choose between the two might also be given. Same applies for TOEFL and IELTS as well. A four year bachelors degree with a good academic record is also expected. 

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