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10 MBA Programs in Canada Worth Exploring

10 MBA Programs in Canada Worth Exploring

With its high-quality education, lower tuition fees compared to its North American neighbour – the US, a multicultural society, a welcoming atmosphere, and a vibrant economy, Canada is one of the best places to pursue a business degree. 

Are Canada’s best schools the right fit for you?

We have compiled a selection of some of the most attractive business schools in Canada. They are all accredited by at least one of the world’s top accreditation bodies AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. Accreditation serves as a stamp of quality guaranteeing high academic standards. In addition, the vast majority of graduates from the listed schools land their dream post-MBA job within three months after graduation. Employment rates are based on data provided by universities for their full-time programs. However, Unimy lists other types of MBA programs too.

Here is our selection of top 10 Full-time MBAs worth considering:

 

Concordia University: John Molson School of Business

The 20-month MBA program allows you to choose a specialization via a personal choice of electives or suggested cross-disciplinary themes. The course emphasizes flexibility: classes are offered in mornings, afternoons, evenings, and some also on the weekend. Experiential learning options and real business case projects are a significant part of your MBA experience. 

The program is AACSB accredited.

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HEC Montreal Business School

HEC Montreal is ranked third in Canada according to the Canadian Business Top 10 MBA Schools by Reputation ranking. The school’s MBA program is based on three key principles: Integration, Relevance and Flexibility. It lets you take advantage of a teaching approach based on exchange of expertise in order to develop and enhance your skills, to gain significant experience, and to expand your network. 

The program holds the prestigious "triple crown" accreditation from AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS.

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McGill University: Desautels Faculty of Management

The 20-month MBA program is highly international, with students from abroad accounting for 96% of the participants. You can tailor the program to meet your professional learning objectives by selecting courses from four concentrations or graduate with a dual specialization: Global Strategy & Leadership, Business Analytics, Marketing, and Finance. The program also includes a 10-day international study trip, internships, and international exchange possibilities.

The program is EQUIS accredited.

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Queen's University: Smith School of Business

The 12 month-long full-time MBA program at Smith offers specializations in the areas of highest demand. You can choose from Consulting, Digital Transformation, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Finance, Management Analytics or Marketing & Sales. Smith also offers one of the most comprehensive career support programs anywhere, including one-on-one coaching.

The program is AACSB and EQUIS accredited, with 97% of job seeking graduates employed within three months of graduation.

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Simon Fraser University: Beedie School of Business

The 12-month full-time MBA program combines theory and application, with the curriculum designed to give you a strong grounding in business fundamentals. The small class size (55) lets you build stronger connections and get more from the MBA. Smaller classes also enable professors to get to know you better and provide more personalized guidance. At the end of the program, you can choose between undertaking a paid four-month work term, starting your own new venture, or moving straight into a permanent position.

The program is AACSB and EQUIS accredited.

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University of British Columbia: Sauder School of Business

The school’s 16-month MBA program will give you experiential curriculum and an international perspective. In addition to the core curriculum, you can choose from the following career tracks: Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Finance, Product & Service Management, and Technology & Analytics.

The program is AACSB and EQUIS accredited.

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University of Ottawa: Telfer School of Management

At Tefler you can opt for a general MBA or specialize in Finance, Consulting, Analytics, Entrepreneurship, or Public Management. The program concludes with a major consulting project, where groups of students tackle a real management challenge posed by their industry client.

The program is one of the few in Canada holding the much-coveted triple-crown accreditation from the three main accreditation bodies.

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University of Toronto: Rotman School of Management

The full-time Rotman MBA program is an intense program that combines 16 months of academic study with a four-month opportunity for a paid internship. International students account for 51% of all students. More than 90 elective course offerings allow you to customize your MBA experience.

The program is AACSB accredited.

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