Work experience is up there with your GMAT scores and undergrad GPA in terms of importance for entrance requirements. Without the required full-time work experience, some schools will not even consider the application
When you look back on your grad school experience, those extra few hours spent outside of the classroom getting to know your classmates or catching up with friends you haven’t seen in awhile will be some of the best memories.
Have you figured out which program is best for you? Great. But there are other things to consider: time and money! These figures will give you a general idea of the cost, time commitment and admission requirements for MBA and post-grad diploma programs in Canada.
Post-graduate diplomas are ‘in,’ with programs popping up everywhere offering what many inexperienced grads are looking for: practical specialization. MBAs are nothing new, but they offer a more general business knowledge via tried and true methods of teaching.
Luckily, in Canada, there are many options across the country. If you’re thinking about going back to school in the field of business, you typically have two options: a post-graduate diploma program or an MBA. What’s the difference?
The first article in an exploratory series looking at the benefits and options of different kinds of post-secondary education. I’ll be drawing on my own experiences, along with recent college and university graduates, and professionals in the business world. Stay tuned!