McGill MBA– Desautels Faculty of Management

Location: Montreal, PQ

Tuition:$9,143 (Canadian Resident)

Duration: 16 months

Full Time Enrolment: 125

Average GMAT: 645

Minimum Work Experience Required: 2 years

Notable Rankings: McGill is not ranked in the FT Top 100 Rankings in 2009. McGill ranked 96th (2008) on the Financial Times Top 100 list, and has ranked as high as 39th in 2005

Brief Overview of the School: Following the current trend amongst the upper-tier MBA schools, McGill focuses on teamwork, integrated course work, the use of multiple teaching methods including case-based classes, and allowing students a great deal of flexibility in their program. The MBA program at McGill is a two-year program where students complete a first year consisting of required courses. Rather than a two-term approach, the first year is split into 3 terms (September – November, November – February, February – April). In the second year of the program, students have the flexibility to tailor their course choices to the best fit for their interests or complete a concentration in a specific area. Students can concentrate in:

Information Systems
International Business
Management for Development
Operations Management
Strategic Management

McGill also offers students the option to go on exchange and the school has a number of well-known international exchange partners including HEC in Paris, Tsinghua University in China, and the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. McGill also offers students who have already completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree from a North American university the option of having advanced standing in the MBA program and entering the program in the 2nd year.

McGill is one of the oldest and best-known universities in Canada. An MBA (or any other degree) from McGill will likely be recognized around the world and likely helps to explain why McGill manages to attract a fairly sizeable international student population.

Notable Alumni
Seymour Schulich, MBA 1965
Chairman, Newmont Capital Ltd. (Toronto, ON, Canada)

Ngit Liong Wong, MBA 1970
CEO, Venture Corporation Ltd. (Singapore)

Roman Oryschuk, MBA 1993
CEO, GE Commercial Finance (London, England)

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