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The Economist: Concordia MBA ranks in the world's top 100

John Molson School of Business program is fourth in Canada, according to “Which MBA?” survey
October 15, 2015
By Yuri Mytko

The Economist
has ranked the John Molson School Master of Business Administration (MBA) 88th in the world.

According to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), there are more than 13,000 business schools. Of the full-time programs that made The Economist’s top 100, only six are from Canada.

This year's edition of the renowned “Which MBA?” survey measured the following:

  • The degree to which a program opens up career opportunities for students
  • Personal development/educational experience
  • Students' post-graduation salaries 
  • The potential for networking

“Once again, this prestigious ranking acknowledges that the John Molson MBA is among the top programs worldwide,” says Steve Harvey, dean of the John Molson School of Business (JMSB).

“The business school landscape is extremely competitive and this recognition reinforces our reputation as a leader in business education.”

Earlier this month, Corporate Knights magazine ranked JMSB’s MBA program 12th in the world at integrating sustainability into the educational experience.

A 2015 study conducted by the education-marketing firm CarringtonCrisp found that more than 80 per cent of business students use third-party websites to find out more about schools and programs, with The Economist’s being the most popular.

The John Molson MBA is designed to prepare students for managerial success in an increasingly complex and competitive business environment. The program offers flexible scheduling options and provides students with a variety of experiential learning opportunities.

Find out how to apply for Concordia's John Molson Master of Business Administration.


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