Technically it shouldn't have any
ranking right now; anything you read about Dal's MBA will be based on their old program (which was just scrapped after 40+ years).
Unfortunately for us at the moment, the first class is still only like 12 months into the 22 month program... so it's hard to determine the "hired" rates and salaries. Although I do know that my classmates are making some really good impressions on their current Corporate Residency employers and there will likely be a bunch of them that will be hired back when they graduate. Of course, this is speculation (plus I have a biased point of view
We've done some pretty insane stuff though, such as the weekend long unstructured business simulation... ever hear of Dr. Zimbardo's famous Stanford Prison Experiment? It was a tamer version of that, with 8 teams locking horns or working together in a completely rules-free scenario. I plan to do a little blog series and maybe a video on that over the summer, because it truly exemplifies some of the stuff that is done that demonstrates the uniqueness of the program.
Anyway, I'll stop the sales pitch and let others answer your question. Please PM me if you have any questions/concerns at all!
Jordy aka dalmba
I'm a current Corporate Residency MBA student at Dalhousie University (Nova Scotia, Canada).
This account is to help spread the word about this unique program, as well as to help provide a student perspective for MBA applications and GMAT experiences.
Every week I publish a blog about life in the CRMBA by interviewing current students. Find us on Twitter and Facebook, or post any questions/comments/concerns in this thread here on gmatclub.com
Highlights of the program include:
Specifically designed by Corporations/Employers, No work experience necessary, 8-month paid corporate residency, Grades/GMAT score not the main focus for admittance