Canadian Business lists top 10 MBA schools

October 6, 2014

Canadian Business has released its annual ranking of the top 10 MBA schools in Canada. The ranking relies on self-reported data and focuses on value-for-money. 7 factors are weighted into a program’s final score, including reputation, salary boost, classroom experience, average GMAT scores, tuition, required work experience, and program length. Lower tuition, higher work experience requirements, and shorter program lengths resulted in higher scores. UBC, McGill University, the University of Toronto, Western University, and the University of Windsor did not participate in the ranking. Among those institutions that did participate, Queen’s University’s MBA program scored the highest for its use of integrated case studies, its modular format, and the team-based and experiential learning opportunities offered to its students. HEC Montreal was ranked second, followed by York University’s Schulich School of Business. Programs at Concordia University and the University of Alberta rounded out the top 5. Full Rankings