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How to apply for MBA in Canada?

To apply for MBA in Canada we suggest the following steps:

  1. Collect all important documents like transcripts from school college etc.

  2. Evaluate the career goals one has - do you want to start a career in Canada or do you plan to come back to your home country post MBA from Canada.

  3. In terms of grades - calculate the GPA using a converter for all the terms during your undergraduate program and during the last two years as well. Some schools in Canada use the former and some use the latter.

  4. Once your GPA and goals are ready, you can fairly discuss with an expert MBA  admission consultant for Canada to decide the eligible school list.

  5. One more imporant thing to consider here is whether you want to apply to the top nothc schools or the second level of schools. Depending on this you would get a desired GMAT score for the next step.

  6. The next step is preparing for the GMAT or the GRE for the MBA admission in Canada.

  7. If your medium of education is English during the undergraduate program, most schools do not require the submission of an IELTS or a TOEFL score for the MBA admission in Canada.

  8. Once the GMAT or the GRE score is in place the next step involves preparing the individual school applications.

  9. The MBA application to schools in Canada involves the following steps:

    1. Application form including academic and work profile.​

    2. Essays or statement of purpose as required.

    3. Letters of recommendations. Usually two letters of recommendation are required for most schools. It can be a combination of academic reference letters only, one professional and one academic or both professional refernces.

    4. KIRA interview - Most commonly used platform for the MBA admissions in Canada.  The KIRA interview includes a series of recorded video essays. For some schools it also includes a timed written response.

    5.  Personal interview - Personal interview is only by invitation. The interview panel is different for every school. Interviews can be conducted by career services team, the admissions team, faculty, outsourced agencies or alumni.

    6. Uploading relevant transcripts and employment proofs.

    7. Submitting the admission fee.

    8. Submitting the application form.

The process above fairly covers how to apply for MBA in Canada. To get application assistance fromm an MBA admission consultant for school shortlisting and assistance in the application process get in touch.

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