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Financial Post: The classroom as global village

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Mary Teresa Bitti 

According to Statistics Canada, only 24% of foreign-trained professionals working in regulated occupations find employment in their field-despite having higher education levels than their Canadian-born counterparts and foreign work experience to back up their degrees. In fact, a lack of Canadian experience and a lack of recognition of foreign credentials is a common barrier to fully participating in the Canadian economy for the majority of foreign-trained professionals choosing to make Canada home.

If there is a fast track to acceptance or a certified Canadian stamp, it may come in the form of obtaining an MBA from a Canadian business school.

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Reference: Financial Post

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