Hlep in Ranking the colleges


Hatwar
I Have GMAT 640 with 3 yrs exp

I am looking for MBA in Canada

Based on my research

I think

First tier MBA programs in Canada are

Ivey
York
Rotman
UBC

Second tier

Alberta
Mcmaster
Concordia
HEC

Not sure

Mcgill
queens

I am looking for career in Consulting . Is french Mandatory in qubec region . Can i find work in toronto after studying in Quebec region

Can please suggest any good college i missed and rate the colleges in order from best in first tier and second tier and where does mcgill and queens belong

Thanks a ton in advance
I Have GMAT 640 with 3 yrs exp

I am looking for MBA in Canada

Based on my research

I think

First tier MBA programs in Canada are

Ivey
York
Rotman
UBC

Second tier

Alberta
Mcmaster
Concordia
HEC

Not sure

Mcgill
queens

I am looking for career in Consulting . Is french Mandatory in qubec region . Can i find work in toronto after studying in Quebec region

Can please suggest any good college i missed and rate the colleges in order from best in first tier and second tier and where does mcgill and queens belong

Thanks a ton in advance

quote
ezra
In general, the Toronto schools (Schulich, Rotman) are ranked higher due to the high salaries of students who go into that city's financial industry. I would put McGill below these, but above the others.

Queen's is interesting - ranked quite highly in Businessweek, but not ranked at all in the FT; not the greatest location.

If you want to work in Quebec, you'll do yourself a huge favor if you speak French. Although you can get by socially in Montreal with only English (and probably be fine in the city's startup scene), the corporate world for MBAs tends to be a little more complicated.

You'll want to increase your GMAT score if you want to get into one of the top-ranked schools.
In general, the Toronto schools (Schulich, Rotman) are ranked higher due to the high salaries of students who go into that city's financial industry. I would put McGill below these, but above the others.

Queen's is interesting - ranked quite highly in Businessweek, but not ranked at all in the FT; not the greatest location.

If you want to work in Quebec, you'll do yourself a huge favor if you speak French. Although you can get by socially in Montreal with only English (and probably be fine in the city's startup scene), the corporate world for MBAs tends to be a little more complicated.

You'll want to increase your GMAT score if you want to get into one of the top-ranked schools.
quote
Hatwar
Thank you Erza

It is very helpful ..

one quick suggest

is there any more colleges in canada which you suggest considering my modest GMAT score

Thanks a ton in advance

hatwar
Thank you Erza

It is very helpful ..

one quick suggest

is there any more colleges in canada which you suggest considering my modest GMAT score

Thanks a ton in advance

hatwar
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Montréal, Canada 40 Followers 54 Discussions
Burlington, Canada 15 Followers 33 Discussions
Montréal, Canada 60 Followers 55 Discussions
Vancouver, Canada 52 Followers 87 Discussions
London, Canada 32 Followers 73 Discussions
Toronto, Canada 67 Followers 104 Discussions
Toronto, Canada 70 Followers 104 Discussions
Kingston, Canada 32 Followers 69 Discussions
Montréal, Canada 48 Followers 79 Discussions
Edmonton, Canada 42 Followers 50 Discussions

Related Articles

MBA School Choice: Rotman Vs. McGill

May 27, 2019

Canada is a booming business education market. So what separates rather than binds these two of the country’s top MBA providers?

MBA Programs in Canada: Maple Trees, Bacon, and Business Schools?

Dec 15, 2010

Affordable and respected, Canadian business schools are luring international students north.

More Articles