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Manager
Joined: 09 Jun 2012
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GMAT 1: 670 Q42 V40
GPA: 2.94
WE: Consulting (Manufacturing)

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12 Jun 2012, 10:16
Hi guys, can someone with this knowledge post a brief list here for tier 1,2,3 schools?

Am thinking of doing an MBA there.

If you guys don't have a list, can you classify the following;
Alberta
concorida
Brock
McMaster
Laurier
Dalhousie
UniVic
Sprott

McGill & Schulich are obviously Tier 1...

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Concentration: Finance, Technology
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12 Jun 2012, 11:23
have heard a lot about Rotman,Ivey and Queens. These are supposed to be the best of Canada!

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Location: United States
Concentration: Strategy, Economics
GMAT 1: 650 Q42 V38
WE: Other (Entertainment and Sports)

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24 Jun 2012, 02:03
I don't have enough posts to share a link but if you a do a google search of "Canadian MBA rankings, Macleans" there's a brief run down of them all from 2009, GMAT averages, etc. Maclean's is Canada's version of Time Magazine.

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30 Jun 2012, 14:19
echelon99 wrote:
Hi guys, can someone with this knowledge post a brief list here for tier 1,2,3 schools?

Am thinking of doing an MBA there.

If you guys don't have a list, can you classify the following;
Alberta
concorida
Brock
McMaster
Laurier
Dalhousie
UniVic
Sprott

McGill & Schulich are obviously Tier 1...

I've done a lot of research on Canadian MBAs for a while now and this is how I would generally classify the rankings 'tiers' (based on several discussions with industry people, conversations at networking events, own research, etc).

Tier 1:
Ivey
Rotman

Tier 2:
Schulich
Queen's

Tier 3:
Sauder
McGill

Tier 4:
The rest

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16 Jul 2012, 14:43
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Canada's a bit funny because certain schools are really against ratings and won't participate, making it difficult to get a feel.

I just graduated from Schulich and I'd say the following is how tiers work for Canada.

Tier 1:
Ivey
Rotman
Schulich
Queen's

Tier 2:
Sauder
Desautels
U of A
DeGroote

Tier 3:
Molson
Telfer
Dalhousie

Laurier, UVic, and Sprott aren't as big for MBA programs but have pretty well reputed BBA rates.

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18 Jul 2012, 02:42
krussell wrote:
Canada's a bit funny because certain schools are really against ratings and won't participate, making it difficult to get a feel.

I just graduated from Schulich and I'd say the following is how tiers work for Canada.

Tier 1:
Ivey
Rotman
Schulich
Queen's

Tier 2:
Sauder
Desautels
U of A
DeGroote

Tier 3:
Molson
Telfer
Dalhousie

Laurier, UVic, and Sprott aren't as big for MBA programs but have pretty well reputed BBA rates.

which schools choose to stay out of the ratings game?

Kudos [?]: 14 [0], given: 8

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