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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


 

Academic credentials

Specifically you must have:

  • An undergraduate degree, preferably in business with a GPA of 3.0/4.3 or higher, or equivalent.
  • A minimum GMAT score of 550 (waived for those who have already passed the CFA Level 1 exam). The online live-proctored GMAT exam available at MBA.com and a strong performance on the GRE are also acceptable
  • Proof of English proficiency – TOEFL 95 or IELTS 7.0. (2020-21: we also accept the Duolingo Language Test, with a minimum score of 120).
    Graduates 
    (Exemptions: 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.)

 

Work experience 

While no work experience is required for the program, we encourage candidates with relevant experience in the field of finance to showcase it by means of a resume / cv. The average work experience in the program is 3.5 years

 

Other

The following items will also be required during the application:

  • A 500-word statement of purpose, detailing the reasons why you wish to pursue an MBA in Investment Management.
  • 2 letters of recommendation (academic or professional)
  • An interview with members of the admissions committee

After getting admitted: 

  • Proof of acceptance into the CFA Program must be received prior to the start of year 1 classes.

Time limit to complete degree

In order to graduate, you must:

  • earn the required MBA credits,
  • complete the program within three years, and
  • pass the CFA Level 1 exam.

Questions?

If you have questions about our admission requirements, please sign up for an information session or contact us to set up a meeting with one of our recruitment officers.

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