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    Posted: 25 Sep 2017 at 7:38am
Hello everyone

I have my Bachelors in Computer Science with a 8.2/10 with no backlog history and an IELTS score of 7. I'm looking for a program at Canada to learn managerial aspects like strategic and marketing.

First, will it be difficult for a person to get a visa for a marketing program having an UG in Computer Science. Marketing is for everyone right, even IT companies and IT-based product development companies need marketing people. They need a guy with marketing knowledge with a tech background which I prefer to have.

Recently a few people tell me that it is not a wise option to change stream while applying for universities in Canada. How should I approach this problem. Please help.

Thanks in advance.
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As part of a study permit application assessment, the immigration officer will take into consideration the education level of the applicant and the applicant's work experience if any, and field of expertise. If presented correctly, post-graduate studies in a field that is linked to the applicant's past education, work experience and goals, without being exactly the same, per example a bachelor in IT and a request to pursue post-graduation studies in business administration, can lead to a successful application.
Colin Singer, Canada Immigration Lawyer & Managing Partner,
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