Hey! Getting into an MBA course in the U.S depends on the university you choose as well as your undergraduate major and your experience on the field. For an MBA, the basic requirement that most universities in the U.S need are that you should have a minimum of 2 years work experience in the field. The requirements to pursue a masters in Journalism however largely depend on the university you are applying to. While some universities accept any undergraduate degree, others specifically require you to have a bachelors degree in journalism or other equivalent courses such as Reporting, Communication, etc. If you want you can take a look at this blog to know about the top universities for MBA
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While the choice of universities for Culinary arts is better in Europe(especially France and Spain), Canada is better when it comes to funding your education abroad. Canada is generally much cheaper than Europe in terms of living costs as well as tuition costs. Canada also has a sizeable international student and international resident population that should help you find more like-minded people if you are an international student too. If you need more assistance regarding studying abroad, you could contact iSchoolConnect's counsellors. Hope the answer helped!