For most people, the MBA dream begins with a picture in their minds. The words “MBA” and “abroad” glow like neon signs in the head, with images of a plane taking off, a beautiful campus with Greek columns, Roman arches, and grass greener than you’ve ever seen before all flashing before the eyes like the … Read more
Is it possible to get an international MiM after BBA? Will 15 years of education (i.e. a 3-year bachelor’s degree) become a barrier for MiM programs in Canada, UK and other European countries, since many universities abroad ask for 16 years of education? These are valid questions to ask, since the Masters in Management degree … Read more
“What are the top masters courses after Bachelor of Arts, in Canada?” several B.A. graduates ask us. An international MBA degree requires several years work of experience. So it’s ruled out when you’ve recently completed your B.A. degree. But there are other masters degrees such as MS, MFin or MiM, that are open to fresh … Read more
Remember our friend, Amit Jathar? If not, read this first: MBA after 35 in Canada with scholarship despite low GMAT score to understand his background, aspirations and priorities in choosing HEC Montreal (not to be confused with HEC Paris).
Chances are, if you drive on the left-hand side in your country, you probably also graduated from your Bachelor’s in three years. This is not a leap from a discussion about apples, to oranges.
Canada is the second most popular education destination for Indian students eager to expand their knowledge in a global setting.
The pursuit of a higher degree is generally considered a major investment. Each year, students enroll in MS programs all over the world to get the best in education. And each year, USA leads in the international admission of fresh college graduates from India – the ritual-like biannual fall and spring migration of bright eyed, … Read more
Canada is one of the most popular destinations for international students seeking top quality education. For MBA students, there are several coveted names like the Rotman Business School at the University of Toronto, Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, Smith School of Business at the Queens’s University, Richard Ivey School of … Read more
MBA applicants from India with a Marketing job in a startup based in the healthcare industry aren’t many. In fact, considerably lesser than the techies who dominate the competition – in numbers, if not in any other way. That’s a good thing for marketing applicants, as it can help them in the differentiation department. This … Read more
Archana Amaragandhi’s review of Chetan Bhagat’s Half Girlfriend went viral. She is perfectly capable of writing funny and creative posts. This isn’t one of them. The provocative tone may make you wonder if you are reading an MBA success story or something else. There’s anger, frustration and rebellion in it. It’s directed at the patriarchal … Read more
While this Bahubali has more peaks to scale, the way he has battled challenges to reach this position is a story in itself. Amit Jathar, an Indian MBA applicant over 35 with a 650 GMAT score, had plenty of baggage to deal with. Forget the fact that there weren’t many to support him with his … Read more
Canada is listed in our top study abroad countries. In this post we look at the best Canadian universities and colleges that draw international students to its campuses. We also look at the various types of MBA programs they offer (full-time, part-time, executive MBA, joint MBA).