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Hello, I am a newbie and this is my second attempt to post this. I'm a slightly older applicant for a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior. Age: 36 GMAT: 750 (V 42, Q49) Undergraduate: Lahore University of Management Sciences. Undergrad GPA: 3.59/4 Graduate: Masters in Management from Oxford University Grad GPA: Upper second class Graduate: MBA from Emory University Grad GPA: No grades. Research experience: 1 year working as a researcher in an economic think tank. 3 months in 2018 working with an OB researcher at Oxford University. Practical experience: 5 years in financial industry both in Pakistan and on Wall Street in the United States Target: UoT, McGill, UBC, Queens, HEC Montreal, York, and Simon Fraser. My dream schools are UoT, McGill, and UBC but I guess those may not be an option due to my age and the fact that I have been in the industry too long? I have tried to rectify that by currently working as a research assistant for a professor in OB in the UK. Any advice? Does anyone have the essay questions for UoT, York, and Queens? I can't find them online and I guess the application portal isn't open yet. Any good links for writing the research objectives and letter of intent?
UofT Rotman Accounting PhD
FinancialAcc14 posted a topic in PhD in BusinessHi guys, the BYU rankings place Rotman department 2nd in faculty productivity in last 6/12 years and PhD program top-10ish. They have been graduating candidates since 2005 only, that's why the discrepancy in the two rankings maybe. These stats look unbelievably good. What's your thought? How is it compared with top-10 US schools? The placements may not be as stellar though. Where are They Now? - Rotman School of Management
MBA- Sauder, Rotman or Desautels?
footballitis posted a topic in Admissions ResultsSo I got into all 3 schools and am wondering which one I should go to. Sauder offered me 10k so the program cost would only be around 30 grand but the 16 month program feels a little cheap. Rotman offered me no money so i'm stuck at the full 72. I think the program itself is really strong and by far the highest ranked out of the 3 but I felt that they school was more concerned with building the Rotman brand than building it's students. With 260 students entering the class I wonder how much attention each prof is going to be able to give the their students. McGill offered me 6k so its gonna cost around 54. The admissions committe was great, they got back to me in 2 weeks and Montreal would be a cool city to live in but the program is ranked the weakest of the bunch. Anybody else have any thoughts on the matter?