Admission into University Canada West, Vancouver MBA programs with specialization for Spring, April 2024 has commenced.

The advantage of Canada MBA is that it automatically qualifies you and your dependents for Permanent Residence on your Express Entry profile, being a 2 year program. You are also eligible for 2 year Postgraduate Work Permit after the program.

The following are the areas of Specialization available:

  • MBA Human Resource Management

  • MBA Business Analytics

  • MBA Marketing

  • MBA Project Management,

  • MBA Finance

  • MBA Entrepreneurship

  • MBA Leadership

  • MBA Profit

  • MBA Consulting.

To qualify for admission, a minimum of second class lower in an undergraduate program is required. If your degree is not in Management, you are required to have some management work experience.

Transcripts of degrees is compulsory, Student Copy of Transcript is accepted

If you have not been assessed, the first step is to reply to this email and attach your CV and Certificates for MBA assessment.

If you have been assessed already, send us a follow up email on your interest.

Note that application volume has increased and admission will be based on first come, first served. You may be denied admission if you reply late, even if you are qualified.

Entry deadline:1st of August 2023. Extension can be granted only for transcript delivery, provided all other requirements were received before the deadline.

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You can Whatsapp 08028087121 or Call Bola on 08087808039, weekdays 9am to 5pm

You can also ask all your questions by replying to this message.

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Assessment window closes on the 28th of July 2023

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