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Bloomberg Businessweek: John Molson MBA ranks among the world’s best

Student satisfaction, post-graduation employment and future salaries played a key role in the 2015 classification
October 20, 2015
By Yuri Mytko

The John Molson MBA is ranked fifth in Canada by Bloomberg Businessweek.

This week, in its annual ranking of full-time MBA programs, Bloomberg Businessweek positioned the John Molson Master of Business Administration (MBA) 24th internationallly, and fifth among Canadian programs. American programs are ranked separately.

The 2015 methodology considers:

  • Student satisfaction
  • Post-graduation student employment statistics
  • Students' post-graduation salaries
  • Employer satisfaction
  • Alumni reflections on the MBA experience

“For the second consecutive year, Bloomberg Businessweek has placed our MBA program among the best in the world,” says Steve Harvey, dean of Concordia's John Molson School of Business (JMSB).

“We are proud of the fact that yet another large-scale ranking has recognized the leadership role we are playing in business education.”

The announcement comes on the heels of two other favourable results for JMSB. The Economist put Concordia’s MBA program at 88, while Corporate Knights gave it a global 12th at integrating sustainability into the school experience. According to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), there are more than 13,000 business schools in the world. 

According to a recent study by the education marketing firm CarringtonCrisp, Bloomberg Businessweek is one of the resources most often consulted by business students researching schools and programs.

The John Molson MBA is designed to prepare students for managerial success in an increasingly complex and competitive business environment. It 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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