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RYERSON M.B.A. or SCHULICH Masters of marketing?

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Hi,

I am trying to figure out, what is better a recently launched Master of Marketing degree from Schulich School of Business or a Global MBA from Ryerson University-Ted Rogers School of Management (Marketing Specialization).
Schulich is a world name in business. Ryerson is only know within Canada.

Ryerson MBA (marketing) is 16 month (30k)
Schulich Master of Marketing is 12 month (40k)

Any suggestions are highly appreciated!
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