USA still a better option ?
For MBA programs, students are given only 1 year for getting the work visas (1/4 chance in 1st go as per stats) , if not, they are deported back to India. Is this true ?
If yes, any solutions around it ?
Considering the present immigration (and other factors) scenario, is it still advisable to go for USA or other countries like Canada ?
88/85/79 in 10th/12th/B.Tech & Work-Ex (4 years in multiple companies in different industries varied job profile). How good is this profile to get into the top 20 universities (no ex-cur achievements apart from organizer for a couple of committees in Under Grad) ?
ChristineJoseph last edited by ChristineJoseph
The usual stay back period in the USA after your MBA is 60-90 days, without OPT. If you decide to opt for the OPT or the Optional Practical Training, you are allowed to work in the U.S. for a period of up to twelve months while studying or after the completion of your MBA program.
You have a great profile that is fit for the top universities in both Canada as well as the USA. However, there are other scores such as the ones for GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS that also make a huge difference in your admission. If you could provide those scores, I could tell you specifically which top universities in USA you might be eligible for.
The USA has always been a great country for education and job opportunities and it still remains one of the best. However, if you wish to immigrate and settle abroad, Canada might be a better option. It has better permanent residency policies as well as really great job options. However, it all boils down to your preferences.
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