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Master of Business Administration (full-time & part-time MBA)

Jessica Minhas MBA 2017

Practical. Flexible. Experiential.

Study full-time or part-time and develop the kind of big-picture business thinking that employers want.

This new 45-credit offering by the John Molson School of Business is a refresh of JMSB’s flagship program which has been consistently recognized in international rankings.
APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2017 ARE NOW OPEN!


Important note:
The new John Molson MBA (full-time & part-time) will begin in Fall 2017. Students starting in January 2017 can take advantage of the opportunity to get a head start on the exciting new 45-credit MBA program. A transition plan is in place for current MBA students, including those admitted into the current 57-credit MBA program for Winter 2017.



Bloomberg Businessweek Best B-schools 2014
20th in the World, 5th in Canada

Bloomberg Businessweek best international programs
November 2014


"Which MBA?" survey conducted by The Economist magazine
88th in the World, 4th in Canada

The Economist: Which MBA? 
October 2015


Canadian Business Top Ten rankings
5th in Canada in "Value for Money" ranking

Canadian Business
October 2015

QS Global 200 Business Schools Report
44th most targeted worldwide by recruiters

QS Global
January 2014


Program profile

Average age: 29
Average work experience: 5 years
Average GMAT score: 623
Average GPA: 3.37
Percentage of women students: 31%
Percentage of international students: 21%
 
Percentage of grads employed 3 months after graduation: 87.5%

Diverse in so many ways

Country / Region of origin
Country of origin
Canada 39%
India 15%
China 15%
Middle East 9%
Central & South Asia 6%
Europe 6%
Africa 6%
South America 4%

Educational background
Academic background
Computer Science / Engineering 40%
Commerce / Business Administration 24%
Science 10%
Economics / Arts 21%
Medicine 3%
Other 2%
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