Canada's McGill Redesigns MBA

Students can now complete the program in as few as 12 months

The Canada-based McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management has redesigned its full-time MBA program, allowing for more flexibility.

The MBA, which was previously available in only a 20-month format, can now also be completed in 12 months or 16 months.

The 12-month version of the MBA is referred to as the 'accelerated' option. In the 12-month format, students cannot complete an internship. In the 16-month version, students have the opportunity of pursuing either more electives or an internship, during the fall of their second year. 

And in the 20-month version of the MBA, students can take more electives as well as an internship during the summer.

Additionally, McGill's MBA specialization options have changed. These are the specializations that will be on offer starting this fall:

  • Global Strategy & Leadership
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Digital Management
  • Marketing
  • Finance

For more information, please see McGill's 'new curriculum' page for their MBA program.

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