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Visas, Study Abroad Expert - Answered on May 22, 2023

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Sunil Question by Sunil on Apr 27, 2023Hindi

Hi. I am 40 years old and practice dentistry. I aspire to go to Canada for MBA & get a PR and parallely study for dentistry. Could you suggest whether this is a right approach & would it be prudent to pursue it now?

Ans: Hi Sunil,
To get the PR visa going on study visa is the right approach. Once study is completed you will get the post study work permit which allows you to stay and work in Canada. While staying in Canada you can parallelly apply for PR visa claiming points for Canadian study as well as experience after completion of one year of experience in Canada.

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Study Abroad Expert - Answered on May 29, 2024

Iam 23 years old female...I am completed my BDS from India... My queries are .. 1..if I do MBA n dental practice for 2 years simultaneously.. 2. If I do any medical course in Australia or Dubai... Which will be best for me..plz.guide me which courses will be benefited with low budget..plz..let me know..tq .
Ans: Hello. Thank you for connecting with us. It is good to hear that you will be completing BDS soon. As a 23-year-old, you have several pathways to advance your career in both medical and MBA fields. Given your background in BDS, it would be much easier for you to pursue a master’s in medicine. Both Australia and Dubai are good options for a master’s in medicine. The universities are renowned for their high-quality education systems and meicla programs. You can choose to pursue a Master of Public Health (MPH), a Master of Health Admisnitration, or specialised dental courses. The cost might vary depending on the course you choose.
When it comes to balancing both the dental and MBA programmes, let me tell you that it would be a feasible option. An MBA programme would help you in potential roles like healthcare administration, dental clinic ownership, or consulting. You can consider scholars as well. Furthermore, if you are aiming to enhance your managerial skills while continuing with a clinical practice, it would help you with business development ideas. But if you are specifically inclined towards a clinical career, it would be good if you enrolled in a specialised medical program. Consider long-term objectives, budget constraints, and specific benefits when making an informed decision.
For any further queries, please get in touch with us. We have a team of expert counsellors who can guide you through any concerns or questions you may have.

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