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This is a post that I have post on this forum before. I revise it and post it again here. Hope the information can help your MBA hunting.
There are 3 rankings ( anyone knows more? ) that available for Canadian MBA programs, the Canadian Business ranking, the Finacial Times ranking and the Business Week ranking . Below are the URLs for these rankings.
Below is my view of MBA rankings.
1. MBA ranking is just 1 critiria when you choose which MBA program is right for you. You should also look at some thing else, like the reputation of the University, the focus of each program, etc.
2. You should look for as many rankings as possible to get a whole picture of it. For example, Financial Times rankning, since it is a MBA ranking conducted by Financial Times magazine of UK, it is not well known in the US. But it is still a good reference, because it is a world wide MBA ranking. The rankings I found available for Canadian MBA programs are Financial Times, Canadian Business and Business Week.
3. Look at the detail ( every catagary ) in the rankings and find out which are important for you. For instance, I think the % of female students and faculty in Canadian Business ranking is not so important to me. If you get rid of this 2 catagary by yourself, the ranking will be a whole new story.
Below is a list of most recent rankings for MBA from those 3 rankings.
CANADIAN BUSINESS Finacial Times Business Week
1. Queens Ivey of UWO (19) Ivey (5 of top 7)
2. York York (35) U of T ( 7 of top 7)
3. UBC Mcgill (37) Below are 2nd tier
4. Ivey U of T (46) Queen's
5. Simon Fraser UBC (59) York
6. Victoria McMaster ( 80) McGill
7. Manitoba Queen's (87)
8. Wilfrid Laurier Alberta(95)
9. Alberta Concordia (98)
After read these rankings, I think you will have some ideas on Canadian MBA programs (of course, also on how different the ranking are) .＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞