I wanted to gain knowledge in the field of finance from abroad. I had an additional advantage of three years of work permit after course completion, back then, it gave me a push to apply in the country. Out of all the business schools that I applied for, my luck got me a spot at St Mary's University. Plus, I had a 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree on my platter with a score of 80% that gave me enough confidence to get through the admission process.
Course Curriculum was excellent with the inclusion of Financial Analysis and Reporting, Applied Statistics. Investment, Risk Management, and Investment Banking to name a few. I was given detailed training in accounting and finance through economic scenarios of various countries. imparting practical knowledge was a core part of the curriculum.
After completing my Bachelor's degree, I had an offer letter from one of the top MNCs. My keen interest in finance forced me to apply for this program. I started my preparations on English language proficiency and management exam tests. With a GMAT score of 570 and a TOEFL iBT score of 85, I could easily get into the university.
I paid about $44000 as a total annual tuition fee apart from other expenses that included accommodation, meal plans, and transportation. Scholarships were by default provided only to Canadian residents.
Our faculty department comprised of a bundle of experts who were known for their publication of journal articles and conference papers with various awards recognizing their contribution and teaching. With a small class size, teacher-student interaction was excellent and my professors never hesitated to clarify even those smallest of doubts that I asked.
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