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Canada's top 13 business schools to tour India for the 2018 EduCanada MBA showcase

Canadas top 13 business schools to tour India for the 2018 EduCanada MBA showcase

Visit different cities and interact with professionals entrepreneurs and students

Thirteen of Canada’s leading business schools will be on a multi-city tour in India to present MBA opportunities during the 2018 EduCanada MBA Showcase. Scheduled from 17 - 25 September 2018, the representatives from prominent Canadian universities will visit the cities of Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai.

This fifth edition of the EduCanada MBA Showcase will provide an excellent opportunity for young professionals, entrepreneurs and students aspiring to obtain a globally recognized management degree. They will also get the chance to meet representatives of Canadian institutions and learn about their MBA programs. During the course of each event, attendees can take part in interactive sessions on a range of subjects such as admissions, visa procedures, and career opportunities.

The delegation will be touring New Delhi on Tuesday, September 17, Hyderabad Thursday, September 20, Chennai Friday, September 21 Bengaluru Sunday September 23 and Mumbai on Tuesday, September 25.

The EduCanada MBA Showcase is an annual marque event organised by the High Commission of Canada in India, in association with, the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC).

The participating universities include: Lakehead University, Memorial University, Ryerson University - Ted Rogers School of Management, Saint Mary's University — Sobey School of Business, University of Alberta – Alberta School of Business, University of Calgary — Haskayne School of Business, University of Manitoba - Asper School of Business, University of New Brunswick- Fredericton, University of New Brunswick- Saint John, University of Windsor-Odette School of Business, University of Winnipeg-Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE), Vancouver Island University- Faculty of Management, York University - Schulich School of Business.

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