Leading B-schools from Canada visit India

Sakal Times
Monday, 25 September 2017

This visit was part of their multi-city MBA tour, which covered Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai. This was the fourth edition of the Canadian MBA fair organised by the High Commission of Canada in India, in association with the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC)

Pune: Canada’s 12 leading business schools showcased MBA opportunities during the EduCanada MBA Showcase Tour from September 17 to 25, across major cities in India.

This visit was part of their multi-city MBA tour, which covered Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai. This was the fourth edition of the Canadian MBA fair organised by the High Commission of Canada in India, in association with the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC).

The EduCanada MBA Showcase Tour provided an opportunity to young professionals, entrepreneurs and students aspiring for a foreign management degree, to meet with representatives of Canadian institutions and learn about Canadian MBA programmes. Attendees also participated in interactive sessions on a range of subjects such as admissions, visa procedures and career opportunities.

Indian students are increasingly seeing Canada as a destination for high-quality education at an affordable cost, in a safe, welcoming and multicultural environment. As per December 2016 data, there are approximately 76,320 Indian students (out of an overall of 4,12,410 international students) studying in Canada.

The participating universities included University of Alberta (Alberta School of Business), University of Western Ontario (Ivey Business School), York University (Schulich School Of Business), Carleton University (Sprott School Of Business), Concordia University (John Molson School Of Business), Lakehead University, Saint Mary’s University (Sobey School Of Business), Ryerson University (Ted Rogers School Of Management), Vancouver Island University (Faculty of management), Western University - Ivey Business School, University of Calgary (Haskayne School of Business) and University of New Brunswick (Fredericton Campus).

 

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