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    MBA from Canada after BBA?

    well I had just completed my BBA from punjab university,chandigarh and now i am planning to go Canada for further studies but all good B-schools requires at-least minimum of 2 years of work experience to get admission in MBA.So, now i am thinking that i should first do another course and apply for Canada student visa and after completing that course and after getting 2 years work experience in Canada then i should apply for MB



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    Re: MBA from Canada after BBA?

    any one after completion of their graduation in any stream can apply for the mba in canada.the eligibility in most of the colleges in canada is that candidate should be completed his/her 16 years of age that means the student has to complete educational qualification 4 years graduation.three years graduation in any stream is not necessary in canada .and most of the colleges need 70% as a minimum aggregate in their graduation.if the students go for three year then first he/she should go for masters and then work experiences,gre,toefl are mandatory for the students who want to do mba in canada.the persons who want to do thier mba in canada most of the colleges dont accept students in ca/icwa depending on the college the officials select if they think he will overcome situation.students in aptech,niit etc will not be accepted the decision will be basing on the institution .dual degree is not there when compared with m.tech or ma full time you should do the course

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