1/18/13

Which Canadian undergrad program has the best international reputation when U.S. schools are considering MBA applicants?

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1/18/13

i think ivey hba but honestly i think its pretty open (i myself went to UofT Engineering) - and im in the states now...

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1/18/13

McGill

1/18/13

Okay thanks for the advice. Staying on the topic of undergrad, I was just wondering what marks they look at when taking your application into consideration. Is it just grade 12 or is grade 11 a factor as well and if so how much of a factor is it?

1/19/13

McGill

1/19/13

I think the reputation of the top 3 schools ( McGill, UBC, U of T) is the same.

1/19/13

Mockney1:
I think the reputation of the top 3 schools ( McGill, UBC, U of T) is the same.

i would have to agree. the school alone wont position you to get a spot in the states - you will HAVE to do something else...

"...the art of good business, is being a good middle man, putting people togeather. It's all about honor and respect."

1/19/13

Honestly if you're looking to get into finance, you will want to go to a school on the East Coast (UoT, McGill, Queen's, York, and UWO) due to the sheer amount of finance-related networking opportunities and jobs.

1/20/13

finance: queens and ivey take the top spots. Ivey has the reputation but I'm seeing more queens students getting the jobs. Then McGill, UoT and UBC.
anything else: who cares which school you went to, as long as you're good. I have a friend from UVic working for Google right now.

6/4/13
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