- 1 month ago
1). A student must have a bachelor's degree from a well-recognized institute.
2). A student must have proof of relevant work experience. (if any).
3). Proof of English language proficiency test is compulsory.
4). A GMAT scorecard is necessary to reserve a seat in the top Canadian University.
- ibu guruLv 72 months ago
Research MBA programs at Canadian universities, then apply to schools if you meet all their requirements.
It can be most unwise to study MBA abroad since you are only going to be able to work in your country of citizenship. So you need to know your country's tax laws, tax accounting, GAAP, etc, if you want to go into accounting/finance. HR? You need to know your country's labor laws, employment practices, etc. Above all, MBAs are a glut on many job markets, so you need local references & recommendations, local contacts & connections, local experience, etc, if you want a decent chance at a job after graduation.