Top MBA Colleges in Canada

 

Before we even talk about the best colleges for an MBA in Canada, let us take a look at why Canada is a preferable destination to pursue an MBA. So, here are the top 5 reasons for you to choose Canada as your study destination, especially for an MBA:
 

Internationally ranked programmes and globally recognized degrees

  • Canadian MBAs are globally recognised and enjoy top rankings.
  • Most programmes that are popular among international students fall under the ‘Top 100’ Global MBA programme rankings.

 

Comparatively lower tuition fees

It is widely known that MBAs are expensive courses and need one to be financially backed up to pursue an MBA. An MBA from a Canadian university has comparatively lower tuition fees and makes it rather affordable especially, when compared to MBAs from universities in the USA.
 

The Post Graduate Work Permit Programme

Canada offers a Post Graduate Work Permit after one completes graduation from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI). The validity of the permit depends on the length of the course. So, if you graduate from a programme less than two years in duration, then the validity of the permit will also be for the same duration. However, if your MBA is two years or longer, you will be given a three-year work permit. Furthermore, Canada has clear-cut point-based permanent residence programmes.
 

Lucrative job opportunities post MBA

Be assured of good Return-on-Investment after graduating with an MBA in Canada. You can expect to start your post-MBA career with a salary of approximately CAD 94,021. Moreover, the employability rate in Canada is one of the highest at 85%.
 

Multi-ethnic demographic and immigrant-friendly policies

Officially multicultural, Canada endorses immigration and is one of the most immigrant-friendly nations. Their policies are designed to attract more immigrants and make their transition smooth.
 

Top MBAs Colleges in Canada

Name of the B-School/University Duration Cost and ROI Ranking within Canada Class Profile
The Joseph L Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

 

18 months Cost: US$92,868
Post MBA Salary hike (Approx.): US$26,000
#1 for thought leadership

#2 for diversity and employability

#3 for Return on Investment

#4 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

Average student age: 27 years

Average work experience: 4 years

Cohort size: 350

% of international students: 52%

The Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Montreal 22 months Cost: US$70,880

 

Post MBA Salary hike (Approx.): US$36,000

#1 for diversity, entrepreneurship, and alumni outcomes

#2 for thought leadership and employability

#3 for Return on Investment

Average student age: 28 years

Average work experience: 5 years

Cohort size: 85

% of international students: 84%

 

Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario 12 months Cost: US$ 84,817

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$8,000

#2 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

#3 for employability

#4 for thought leadership

#6 for Return on Investment and Diversity

Average student age: 28 years

Average work experience: 4.8 years

Cohort size: 144

% of international students: 29%

Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto 20 months Cost: US$72,214

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$48,000

#2 for Return on Investment

#4 for Diversity

#5 for thought leadership

#7 employability and entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

Average student age: 29 years

Average work experience: 4 years

Cohort size: 360

% of international students= 55%

The Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, Ontario 12 months Cost: US$67,689

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$ 23,000

#1 for employability

#7 for thought leadership

#8 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

#14 for Return on Investment

#11 for diversity

Average student age: 28 years

Average work experience: 4.4 years

Cohort size: 91

% of international students: 42%

HEC Montreal 12 months Cost: US$26,440

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$6000

#3 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

#4 for employability

#5 for Return on Investment

#9 for thought leadership

#10 for diversity

Average student age: 31 years

Average work experience: 7 years

Cohort size: 40

% of international students: 64%

UBC Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia 16 months Cost: US$61,786

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$8000

#3 for thought leadership

#3 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

#6 for employability

#12 for diversity

#15 for Return on Investment

Average student age: 29 years

Average work experience: 6 years

Cohort size: 97

% of international students: 51%

John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal 16 months Cost: US$10,592

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$36,000

 

#1 for Return on Investment

#9 for employability

#12 for thought leadership

#13 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

Average student age: 29 years

Average work experience: 6 years

Cohort size: 81

% of international students: 68%

Alberta School of Business, Edmonton 20 months Cost: US$ 46,119

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$ 10,800

#6 for thought leadership

#8 for employability

#12 for Return on Investment

#14 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

#16 for diversity

Average student age: 28 years

Average work experience: 4 years

Cohort size: 59

% of international students: 49%

Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver 12 months Cost: US$ 39,581

 

Post-MBA salary hike (Approx.): US$ 19,700

#6 for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes

#8 for Return on Investment

#8 for diversity

#10 for thought leadership

#10 for employability

Average student age: 29 years

Average work experience: 5 years

Cohort size: 50

 

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