While Canada has long been overshadowed by its North American neighbor, the USA in terms of business school education, over the past decade studying an MBA in Canada has become increasingly popular.
In fact, it was in 2003 that the USA gave Canadian business education a significant gift; the US government opted to cut the number of visas it granted to MBA graduates from 200,000 to 65,000. This meant that MBA alumni who failed to receive the H1B visa had to find a US-based company to sponsor them to stay, or to leave the country soon after graduating. For obvious reasons, this decision made many MBA applicants reconsider which countries they should apply to, and Canadian MBA programs were more than happy to step in as the North American alternative.
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