Boost your Career with a Management Degree!

Why should you study management in Canada?

A management degree helps you understand the intricacies of the behavior of an organization, teaches you how to deal with people and the nature of leadership in the organization. And studying management in Canada gives an excellent exposure to international students as Canada is a multicultural country, and it is a unique opportunity for the students to work with people of different perspectives from various countries. Additionally, according to QS World University Rankings, three Canadian cities, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are considered in the top 50 listings of student cities.

What are some of the career paths that the management students can explore?

The role of management spans into various functions of the business – Product management, project management, finance management, operations management, human resource management, marketing management, accounting management. Management students can explore opportunities in these areas as their career options. The hierarchy of a management role and the some of the job titles that they can earn are – Junior Manager, Associate Manager, Manager, Senior Manager, Product/project Manager, Vice President and the Chief Executive Officer. For instance, a product management career ladder could be –

  • Junior product manager
  • Associate product manager
  • Product manager
  • Senior product manager
  • Product lead/lead product manager
  • Product director
  • Vice President Product

Additionally, other career options after completing a Master’s in management are Business development executive, Management consultant, Sales associate etc.

What are some of the Universities where we can learn Management skills in Canada?

Canada is a great place with many finest universities and colleges for students who are planning to study with an affordable fee structure. Students may want to look at some of the excellent colleges offering management programs like University Canada West (UCW), one of the esteemed private universities located in the heart of Vancouver, British Columbia. Also, other private universities/colleges such as Vancouver Community College in Vancouver downtown, Trinity Western University in Langley and Richmond are offering good postgraduate management programs that help students gain leadership and professional experience. Furthermore, students may also want to look for public universities as the fee is much affordable when compared to private universities with a more diverse student body and on-campus employment options. Some of the public universities in British Columbia are Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) which has five campuses in BC, Langara College in Vancouver, Capilano University in North Vancouver, Douglas College in Vancouver, Royal Roads University in Victoria.

How can these management courses boost your career in Canada?

Canada has a healthy market for management students who are looking for professional employment. Canada, attracts a large number of international students every year by offering extensive opportunities and providing bright career prospects to international students. According to Canadian visa reports, 75% of the Canadian jobs are in the service industry and it holds 78% of the country’s GDP. This shows a vast scope for managerial jobs – financial services, management consulting, retail and healthcare. Canada has many small businesses which provide good opportunities for management related jobs; according to BDC (Business Development Bank of Canada), 98.2% of all the companies in Canada have fewer than 100 employees, and this is an excellent prospect for a management student to work for an small and medium sized enterprises (SME). The job availability varies from province to province in Canada, for instance, reports say that Alberta and Calgary are the hubs for jobs in oil and gas or mining industry, for jobs in financial services consider Toronto as majority banks have their head offices in Toronto. Many consulting firms are hire management students as a management trainee, and it is a good beginning for MBA graduates in their career as well.

 So, for brighter career opportunities in Canada consider studying management courses.


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