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John Molson MBA among world's top 100: The Economist

<em>The Economist</em> magazine ranks Concordia's John Molson School of Business MBA program 96th in the world
September 20, 2010
By Mai-Gee Hum
Source: John Molson School of Business

The MBA program offered by Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB) is 96th in the world according to the 2010 ranking, Which MBA?, from The Economist.

JMSB is the only Quebec business school included and ranks fourth among Canadian universities. The survey evaluates full-time MBA programs and assesses elements that students find vital: career opportunities, personal development, educational experience, earning and networking potential.

"We are delighted our MBA program is recognized for its quality among the world’s leading business schools," says Sanjay Sharma, JSMB Dean. "We are committed to providing students with the fundamentals to become responsible global citizens. This remarkable achievement is made possible by the continued drive toward excellence by JMSB students, faculty and staff, as well as unwavering support from the business community."

The JMSB’s MBA program is focused on the global economy as well as interdisciplinary and general management perspectives. The program prepares students for managerial success in complex and competitive business environments of the future.

John Molson School of Business MBA students give their response to The Economist ranking, and talk a little bit about the MBA program:

Genevieve Boiles-Leonard:

Andrew MacDonald:

Natasha Schneider:


To find out more about the methodology used by The Economist, visit their website.

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