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John Molson MBA in Investment Management

Offered by the Goodman Institute of Investment Management

John Molson MBA in Investment Management

Offered by the Goodman Institute of Investment Management

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  • Space is limited to 30 students per city in Toronto and Montreal. Acceptance is granted on a first come, first served basis.
  • Once you have been accepted into the Program, you must pay a non-refundable CA $5,000 confirmation deposit to reserve your place in the class
  • Proof of acceptance into the CFA Program must be received by our office by August 31 of your first academic year. Work experience is preferred, but is not required for admission to the MBA in Investment Management program. However, it is a requirement for the CFA Charter. Refer to cfainstitute.org.

The following items must be submitted before the application deadline:

$103.50 (CAD) Application Fee

Payment of a $103.50 CDN non-refundable application fee payable by VISA or MasterCard, must be received before your file can be reviewed.

Application Form

An online application form must be completed.

When completing the application, the program name under "academic program" is "MBA", and the "academic plan" is "Master of Business Administration Investment Management – Montreal" or "Master of Business Administration Investment Management – Toronto".

Official Transcripts

Please upload unofficial copies of transcripts, from all previous educational institutions, when you apply to Concordia because it speeds up the review of your application.

If you are currently enrolled in school:
Submit the results of previous terms and a list of your current courses.
Include mid-year grades if they're available.

Uploaded transcripts, however, are not official transcripts. Official transcripts are documents sent directly from an institution to our Admissions Application Centre. Unless otherwise specified, we request official transcripts only once you are admitted.

Official GMAT Score

Generally, we look for an overall score of 550 or higher. Test results must be sent directly to the Admissions Application Centre from the examination board. Results more than five years old will not be accepted. Our institution code for the GMAT is 93H-0N-73, please go to MBA.com for details.

Exemption: GMAT is not necessary for admission if one passes CFA® level I exam.

English Proficiency

Applicants whose primary language is not English and who do not meet one of the proofs of proficiency listed below must write an English proficiency test, regardless of their citizenship.

Minimum English proficiency score
Test results must be reported directly to the Admissions Application Centre by the test centre. TOEFL and IELTS scores are valid for up to two years after the test date. The institution code is 0956 for both tests.

Quebec applicants who have completed a Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC) and a university degree in Quebec;

A minimum of three full years of study at the undergraduate or graduate level at an accredited university in one of the following countries.

TOEFL iBT overall score 95 and no part under 20

IELTS overall band score 7.0 and no part under 6.5

Statement of Purpose

Applicants must provide a Statement of Purpose indicating their reason for choosing the MBA in Investment Management, their career goals, and how the program will contribute to achieving those goals. Applicants must include personal commentary regarding their knowledge of the CFA Program and discussion of their ability and commitment to devote sufficient time to their academic studies. The Statement of Purpose should be approximately 500 words in length.

Two Reference Letters

When completing your application online, you will be required to enter your referees’ names, affiliated institutions and email addresses (college/university or company mail). Your referees will then receive an email inviting them to complete an electronic assessment form and attach their letter of reference. It is your responsibility to follow-up with your referees to confirm they received this mail from application.support@concordia.ca.

You are strongly encouraged to submit your application before your program’s application deadline in order to give your referees sufficient time to provide their assessment and letter of reference.

Proof of Citizenship

Canadian citizens and permanent residents, a copy of both sides of your Canadian citizenship card, permanent residence paper (IMM-1000) or permanent resident card is required. International applicants will be required to submit a Study Permit and CAQ only after they have received an offer of admission.


Additional requirements for international applicants

If you are not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you must apply for and obtain two documents before travelling to Canada to study (this applies to Montreal and Toronto applicants):

Details on how to apply for these documents will be mailed to you with your official letter of acceptance from Concordia University’s School of Graduate Studies. The CAQ and the Student Authorization are issued based on your official letter of acceptance. The Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) must be obtained before a Canadian Student Authorization can be issued.


Guide to applying online to the MBA in Investment Management

To apply for admission you will need to follow the steps in the guide for the online application process.

  • You may save your application at any point, allowing you to partially complete the process (if necessary) and return to it later
  • Be sure to have a valid credit card ready (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) for the application fee and a valid email address for correspondence.
  • Under "Academic Program" select "MBA", then under "Academic Plan" select 
    • "Master of Business Administration Investment Management – Montreal" or
    • "Master of Business Administration Investment Management – Toronto".

Reminders:

*Once requested upon acceptance, official transcripts must be sent directly to Concordia University:

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