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    Hello,

    I am thinking about immigrating in Canada, and I plan to do an MBA.

    I found this site : http://www.canadianmba.com

    I would like to know if someone could tell me what they think are the best canadian mba programs?

    Thanks a lot

  • #2
    Hello,

    I am thinking about immigrating in Canada, and I plan to do an MBA.

    I found this site : http://www.canadianmba.com

    I would like to know if someone could tell me what they think are the best canadian mba programs?

    Thanks a lot

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    • #3
      McGill and Western Ontario are two top ones. The latter is heavy on the case method (a la Harvard).

      http://www.infozee.com/channels/mba/...a-rankings.htm

      See this for more.

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      • #4
        MBA's are worthless and obsolete degrees. Unless you go to one of the top 10 American schools (Harvard, Yale, NYU, UCLA, Chicago) or one of the couple of top schools in London(London School of Eco, Oxford), you are better off with the on line schools. I got my MBA 10 years ago while it was worth something but today, I don't think it has much weight.

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        • #5
          McGill is bilingual and they have a language stipulation. If you want to get to Oxford or any British School - best to go through Canada. Check accreditation and licensing - some of the 'top' schools are not accredited in some areas. (IE Harvard/Yale/BostonMedical/Standford) are not APA approved. It is always best to research which school offers the best program for you.

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          • #6
            To a large extent, I agree that an MBA is only worth it if you're one of the top students at a top school, at least in the US. Canada, which he's asking about, may be different, although the Canadian MBAs I've met wanted to come here. However, IF you're already employed, doing an MBA, preferably on the company's dime, is probably worth something in terms of helping your chances of getting promoted. Even better if you can do an executive MBA at a top school while working. Good idea to remember, too, to look for the TOP schools in the area you're interested in (finance, marketing, etc.) although some schools nowadays have integrated programs where you don't specialize. Then, too, some companies tend to hire regionally, or give preference to grads of regional schools. For example, you may find the oil industry heavy on U of Texas or Texas A&M grads (an example only--I don't know that it is).

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