I have done BBA and have no other experience. Want to do a master's in Canada and want to settle?

Asked by Jujhar almost 2 years ago

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Japjyot Singh

Japjyot Singh

Study Abroad Expert

You can't go for an MBA in Canada immediately because Canada requires sixteen years of education for an MBA. Still, you have 12an and three years of schooling, so you won't be capable of winning nine admissions to an MBA except for ride and sixteen forearms education. But you have many p r references like PGDM. You can pursue two years of the PGDM program after years of training; you will get a working visa for three years. Alongside the PGDM software, you can work up to 20 hours weekly for dwelling.

After PGDM fandom gets settled in the USA by using PR, getting PR is much less complicated in Canada. Once you obtain your PR, you must apply for an MBA and get a properly skilled job. So even if you are not in a position to get PR after PGDM, you can look for an MBA, and once you get a job, you can do an MBA in Canada accordingly don't rush. There are many skilled courses which will help you out to get success. And if you find difficulties in your career, get counseling, cure your doubts, and please apprehend the principles of Degrees, PGDM's, and so forth. These are executed to beautify our skills and to specialize in many specialized fields.

Eligibility required for MBA:

  • Graduation degree in BBA
  • Passing marks in Mathematics in class 10th
  • Passing with an average of 65% in the top 5 topics with English as one of them
  • IELTS with a score of 6.5 with no individual band much less than 6
  • TOEFL with a score of at least 570 (minimum score of four in the essay section).

There are tons more bureaucracy and archives required to follow for the visa:

  • A legitimate passport
  • English proficiency tests
  • Attested copies of 10th and twelfth certificates and degrees
  • Acceptance letter from your respective university
  • Payment proof
  • Passport size photographs
  • SOP and letter of recommendation
  • Proof of financial funds
  • Extracurricular fulfillment certificates

Canada is one of the most preferred destinations among international students. Not just because of quality education, but also lifestyle. Plus the visa and immigration system there is pretty simple and accessible. So in the end, I would definitely aim for a master course there and then settle down with a fine job. If you want a university list or say job conditions there, let me know.


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