Monday, September 7, 2009

Concordia MBA 2009

John Molson (Concordia) MBA 2009/10

Location: Montreal, QC
Tuition: $6,000 - $13,000 Cdn, $26,000 Intl

Located in one of the largest cities in Canada (Montreal), the Molson MBA is a 16-20 month MBA program. An AACSB accredited school, the Molson MBA offers the typical business area specializations (Accounting, Finance, Marketing, etc.).

One unique offering at Concordia is the CFA concentration within the MBA program. The finance courses are closely tied into the CFA level 1 exam, and graduates from the MBA with CFA concentration typically have a pass rate more than twice the average (92% pass rate in 2009). Concordia also has a number of international options including a live case analysis alongside students from the University of Vermont and exchange options with Universities in France, Japan, and Australia.

Concordia MBA Rankings

Concordia is not currently ranked in the major MBA rankings (FT, QS, Business Week). However, Concordia is one of the most international schools within Canada, offering affordable tuition and numerous visiting exchange opportunities for foreign students. 46 different countries were represented in the MBA program in 2009.

Concordia MBA Student Profile

Average GMAT: 634
Average Age: 29
Average Work Experience: 6 yrs
Male/Female Ratio: 32% Female

Concordia MBA Admission

The admission criteria are fairly similar to other Canadian Schools. The requirements are:
GMAT – 550 minimum
Official Transcripts – Minimum B (3.0) GPA
Work Experience – 2 years min

Concordia MBA Main Competitors

Schulich MBA
McGill MBA

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