The Economist magazine ranked the MBA program at York University’s Schulich School of Business #1 in Canada in the magazine’s annual survey of the world’s top 100 MBA programs. This marks the 14th straight year that Schulich has placed #1 in Canada.
In addition to finishing 1st among Canadian business schools, Schulich ranked 56th overall and 19th in the world among non-US schools. The following are some of the key highlights regarding Schulich in this year’s ranking:
– Schulich ranked 3rd in the world in the category of recruiter diversity (the number of industries represented by recruiters who hire Schulich graduates) – a reflection of the broad range of industry and functional specializations offered at the School.
– Schulich ranked 5th in the world in the number of overseas alumni chapters (Schulich has 87 alumni chapters in 62 countries and approximately 30,000 alumni working in over 90 countries).
– Schulich ranked 9th in the world in the category of salary increase – a measurement that captures the percentage by which salaries increased pre-MBA to post-MBA.
“We’re pleased that The Economist has once again ranked Schulich as the #1 school in Canada,” said Schulich Dean Dezsö J. Horváth. “Schulich was also ranked among the top schools in the world in a number of categories that students identify as being important, including diversity of recruiters, salary increase following graduation, international alumni networks and faculty quality.”
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