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    Nipun Chautani

Hi, I chose Business Technology Management at Wilfried Laurier University, Canada. But I ended up getting Arts with Management Program. I’m not sure of it. Please help me know the job aspects, expected freshmen salary, overall program, and some particular subjects in it which would help me conquer the business world too.

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    Anupama Singh
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Anupama Singh Answered 4 months ago

Within the Faculty of Arts, there are many fields of study; do not be confused by the word "arts."  For example, within the Faculty of Arts, you can study math, physics, financial mathematics, data science, and much more.  When you get to the point that you're searching for a job, employers do not exclusively look at your field of study. They will also consider what courses you've taken, your drive, your ability to take initiative, your motivation for wanting that position and to work at their company, your ability to solve problems, your ability to work in a group, your....View More

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Given the new immigration rules, what are the job prospects for Indian engineering undergrad students in the US?

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    Anupama Singh
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Anupama Singh Answered 6 months ago

Nothing has really changed in terms of Indian students studying engineering and getting jobs. For immigration regulations to change, it's a major process and has a long timeline.  We have been seeing the top tech companies as well as several other types of companies continuing to hire Indian students for employment.  The STEM extension has also allowed students to be employed longer than 12 months.  There's no guarantee of employment, but that is true for any student regardless of immigration status. If you work hard enough to find a position and you're the right person for the position, there's no....View More

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    Nipun Chautani

I have been admitted to Wilfrid Laurier University (BBTM Program). I accepted the offer but I’m confused since it’s not a university known worldwide and have no idea habout how good the job opportunities are once I’m done with the 4 year program.

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    Lisa Buchwalter
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Lisa Buchwalter Answered 6 months ago

 Congratulations on getting into the BBTM program! I like this program, as it integrates business and technology into the Bachelor of Business degree. Another great thing about this program is that every student needs to do a culminating co-op program, meaning that you work in an actual company while getting academic credit at the same time. Co-op programs are terrific for building your resume, giving you very useful skills in what you are studying, and making you more marketable once you graduate. Co-op job opportunities are available in the many high-tech companies and in the IT departments of companies around Ontario.....View More

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    Akashdeep Singh

Currently I am in +2 doing Commerce with Maths in India. After +2, I would like to study in the USA. What SAT score do I need for a top business school in USA? What are the best schools and the admissions process? What type of financial aid is available? Will I get a job in USA after an MBA?

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    Tom O'Keefe
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Tom O'Keefe Answered 6 months ago

I may let others speak to some of the particulars here, but wanted to clarify a few key points: In the US, there is a marked distinction between undergraduate business programs and MBA programs. While SAT (or ACT) scores will likely be necessary in applying for an undergraduate business program, you would likely need to take either the GRE, or perhaps better, the GMAT, and have completed a four-year undergraduate degree before applying for an MBA program. Although the norms are somewhat fluid, it remains quite standard that applicants for MBA programs at top North American universities would have a....View More

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What are the employment statistics after graduation relevant to international students (trends based on choice of major, school-based trends, national trends etc)?

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    Lisa Buchwalter
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Lisa Buchwalter Answered 7 months ago

According to a recent study in worldwide student economic trends, in 2013, more than one in three international students in the U.S. were enrolled in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), according to the Institute of International Education (IIE).  This translates to over 300,000 international students, a 27 percent increase from the previous five years (237,000).In light of increasing worldwide competition and the imbalanced enrollment growth among states and institutions within the U.S., the following questions arise: How can U.S. HEIs maintain and grow their attractiveness to international students interested in STEM studies? What are the best countries from which....View More

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I am planning to study in UK for my Undergraduation but i heard about the job issues after studying. Is it a really serious matter to think about and should i change my country preference?

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    Kim Dixit
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Kim Dixit Answered 4 months ago

The UK government currently allows an international student to stay back for a maximum period of 4 months to find an employer who will sponsor the work visa. If your goal for an international degree is in fact to find employment in that country, then applications to other countries might make more sense than the UK. Good luck!

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Is it true that after getting a major in entrepreneurship from universities abroad there is less chance for you to get a good job as compared to other business majors?

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    Lisa Buchwalter
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Lisa Buchwalter Answered 3 months ago

Hi there, I really do not think this is true. Entrepreneurship is highly valued in corporations as well as in helping you with your own startups and businesses. Corporations like the employee who will go above and beyond what is required and who thinks of the future and what can be accomplished. I would not hesitate to do a major in entrepreneurship. More and more unis are actually creating entrepreneurship majors, which is a testament to their value, and others such as Duke are investing heavily in their entrepreneurship centers connected with the business school.

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