Canadian MBA in FT Rankings 2013

The University of Toronto Rotman School of Management was ranked No. 1 in Canada and No. 46 worldwide in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2013, followed by York University Schulich School of Business (No. 2 in Canada and No. 52 in the world).

The University of British Columbia (UBC) moved up 25 places over its 2012 ranking, placing 57th among the world’s top 100 MBA programs (and 3rd in Canada) in the 2013 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking. The UBC MBA, offered by the Robert H. Lee Graduate School at the Sauder School of Business, experienced the second largest increase in the ranking overall.

According to the 2013 survey, UBC Sauder School of Business leads Canadian schools in ranking categories for “international mobility” (27th), measuring the success of students in securing international positions, and “career progress” (56th), focused on the ability of grads to improve their seniority in the workplace. The school’s research rank also improved from 20th to 15th in the world based on research productivity in top journals.

The Alberta School of Business is another top ranked b-school in Canada, according to the prestigious 2013 Financial Times survey. It was ranked 33rd globally for research, 71st for the PhD program, and 100th for the MBA. The Alberta MBA also ranked 1st in Canada for value for money and 2nd in Canada for placement success and employment three months out.

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