Canada is a popular educational destination with 413,000 international students enrolled in 2017 alone, according to the Canadian Bureau of International Education. There is a deep representation of Asian cultures, with a large number of Indian and Chinese people, among the 34 ethnic groups in Canada. Among the elite Canadian B-schools, there are several such universities like the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, Western University’s Ivey Business School, McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, University of Alberta, among others which remain comparable to the best schools in the United States. For instance, the University of Alberta is home to over 39,000 students pursuing undergraduate and graduate programs, out of which over 6,500 are international students. Among the University of Alberta MBA students, half of all full-time MBA students are international students from 42 countries across the world. Universities in Canada offer three types of MBA programs - fullREAD MORE
In India, in the past decade, the costs of pursuing an MBA program have risen exponentially with foreign partnerships like Kelloggs, ISB (Hyderabad) and the ubiquitous IIMs ruling the roost. Not surprisingly, studies show that the cost and Return on Investment (ROI) for an Indian MBA are not comparative to that of other Asian countries. In this perspective, Singapore tops the list for having three of its universities in the top five QS Global 200 MBA Rankings, leading with INSEAD–Singapore. Even the much-lauded S P Jain School of Business has its campus in Singapore, a strategic move by far. Reputed world-class institutions like the INSEAD France/Singapore, Nanyang Business School and the School of Business at the National University of Singapore are world-class institutions and rate among the Top 20 business schools, worldwide. In fact, in the Global MBA Ranking 2016/2017 published by the Financial Times (FT), INSEAD France/Singapore even dethronedREAD MORE
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International Scholarships for Indian Students - Stanford

The application for the Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship Program for entrance in fall 2016 will be available in April 2015. There is no fee to apply for the Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship Program. The deadline for the fellowship application for entrance in September 2015 has passed. You may still apply to the MBA Program for fall 2015. If you have financial need and are admitted to the MBA Program, you are eligible to receive financial aid even if you are not a recipient of the Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship. Stanford GSB has other fellowship funds available, and all fellowships are awarded based on need.


USA Scholarship grants


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INSEAD is offering Asia scholarship to pursue MBA programme at the Asia Campus in Singapore. Candidates from Asian countries are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to candidates from developing countries and Singapore. The scholarship values up to €10,000. The scholarship is awarded exclusively to candidates in need. The Application deadline is 2 March 2015 for July 2016 Class. USA Scholarship grants. (more…)

Scholarships for International Students


| This is an article about scholarships for international students who wish to study in foreign countries like USA, UK, Australia, etc.|

Applications are invited for need-based scholarships available for international students to study MBA programme. Preference will be given to candidates residing in emerging/developing countries and for those who will have limited access to loans. The value of scholarship is €12,000. Selection will be based on financial need. Applications must be submitted by 2 March 2015. Scholarships for International Students (more…)


It gives me pleasure to recommend Mr. _____ who plans to pursue an MBA. As the Manager (Software), I am responsible for telecom software at Freescale – a world leader of PowerPC processors, with revenues in excess of 5 billion dollars. Overall I know him for about 8 years (2003 – 2011). He has been working for Freescale and reporting to me since December 2009. ______ is responsible to lead the solution for integrating acceleration architecture over Freescale’s new software platform (USDPAA) for the project – LTE-L2.

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I am glad to recommend _______ for the MBA program at your institution. I have known him as a friend, co-worker, leader and social-worker. We both worked together at NeoMagic (2004 – 2007) and then at Freescale (2009 – 2011). Currently, at Freescale, he leads a team and I am now an entrepreneur and have started Chleon.

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