Looking for an MBA School? Here Are The Top Ranked MBA Programs in Canada 2020

With the 2020 QS Global MBA Rankings having been recently released, we can now reveal the top MBA schools based on these rankings.

These rankings have also been divided into regions: Namely

  • Asia, Europe, Canada, Oceania, Latin America, and the US.
  • Graduate employment rates,
  • entrepreneurship, and
  • alumni outcomes,
  • return on investment,
  • thought leadership,
  • and diversity.

You can find out more about the methodology used to produce the rankings at the end of this post.

This year, 18 schools in Canada were ranked and the top resulting top 10 business schools in the Canadian MBA Rankings 2020 are as follows:

Top MBA Programs in Canada

                                                                                                                                           QS Global MBA Rankings 2020: Top MBA Programs in Canada
Canadian Rank
Global Rank
Business School
Rotman School of Management
McGill University
Ivey Business School
Smith School of Business
Schulich School of Business
Alberta School of Business
Sauder School of Business
John Molson School of Business
HEC Montréal
Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University

Top ten ranked MBA schools in Canada

10) Sobey Business School

  • Tuition: US$30,541
  • Students in class: 23
  • Percentage of female students: 43 percent
  • Percentage of international students: 52 percent

The 16-month Sobey MBA program consists of 54 credit hours with 18 courses and six electives. In the summer before starting the program, participants will complete online prep courses: Mathematics for Managers; Accounting; Economics.

A local service-learning immersion connects students with businesses and organizations through volunteer projects. Similarly, in the summer of their first year, students will undertake an international/intercultural experience.

9) HEC Montréal

  • Tuition: US$24,940
  • Students in class: 102
  • Percentage of female students: 30 percent
  • Percentage of international students: 64 percent

The 12-month program begins in September every year. Of the 54 credits on the MBA program, 40.5 credits are earned through compulsory courses in the likes of: Ethics and Social Responsibility; Macroeconomic Environment; Organizational Design: People, structure and Culture.

The remaining 13.5 credits are earned through elective courses in: Consulting; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Digital Business; Finance and Economics; Leadership; Strategy and International Business.

HEC Montréal boasts 16 professors in the Royal Society of Canada, and 27 research chairs, including five Canada Research Chairs.

8) John Molson School of Business

  • Tuition: US$9,756
  • Students in class: 68
  • Percentage of female students: 40 percent
  • Percentage of international students: 49 percent

The first part of the 12-month MBA program is made up of 10 core courses, providing students with an integrated body of basic practical skills. Each core course is worth 3 credits.

In the second part, students must complete 15 credits from a variety of electives, and/or experiential learning activities, like the MBA Community Service Initiative; Small Business Consulting Bureau, and Strategies in Action.

Concordia University’s John Molson scored the highest score for ROI in Canada, and with students earning a post-graduation average salary of US$59,321 up from US$28,571, it’s easy to see why.

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