If you’re considering getting an MBA in Canada, there are lots of great options. Here, we’ll dive into some of Canada’s strongest schools to get you thinking about what’s most important to you on your MBA journey.
When it comes to MBAs in Canada, the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Business is the most well-known. Situated in Canada’s biggest city and financial hub, Rotman benefits from
Also in Toronto, York University’s MBA program has received top global rankings from The Economist and CNN, and benefits from the same geographic and cultural advantages as Rotman. The school also has a reputation for its international focus, with affiliated centers in many key cities around the world.
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Looking for an MBA outside of a major metropolitan area? Queen’s University’s Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business in Kingston Ontario has you covered. With a population under 150,000 people, Kingston is an idyllic location to focus on your studies. You’ll need to, given the Queen’s MBA program’s focus on hard-edged consulting and entrepreneurship.
For those seeking an MBA on the west coast, the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business is a top-ranked program operating out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Vancouver is Canada’s warmest major metropolitan area, with a large East and South Asian population and close ties to Asia. The program itself is known for research and its unique pedagogical style.
Finally, McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal is an attractive option in a lively bilingual city with close ties to Europe. Desuatels benefits from its association with McGill’s impressive undergraduate program and is rapidly growing its operations.
Intrigued? Stay tuned for more as we dive into each school’s strengths, individually, in our Canadian MBA Crash Course.
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