Canada's E.M.B.A. Programs: for the working professional - Macleans.ca
 

Canada’s E.M.B.A. Programs: for the working professional

Executive M.B.A. programs normally allow their participants to remain at their jobs, pursuing the degree part-time


 

Targeted at people who already have a career but want to take it to the next level by earning an advanced degree, executive M.B.A. programs normally allow their participants to remain at their jobs, pursuing the degree part-time. Tuition, often covered by employers, is generally high.

Average Age
Tuition
Program Length (months)
Female (%)
Int’l (%)
Alberta-Calgary (Alberta/Haskayne E.M.B.A.) 37 $58,000 21 28 3
Athabasca 40 $43,740 28 34 2
UBC (Sauder) 43 $65,000 18 55 15
Concordia (Molson) 35 $68,000 15 21 0
Guelph 38 $39,995** 24 41 22
McGill-HEC Montréal (McGill-HEC Montréal E.M.B.A.) 43 $72,000 15 41 12
UNBC 37 $32,973 18 30 N/A
Ottawa (Telfer) 39 $59,500 21 38 4
UPEI 38 $27,668** 20 46 0
Université du Québec à Montréal 38 $5,373 /$20,000 24 30 0
Queen’s/Cornell-Queen’s 39/36 $84,000/ $98,000 15/17 28/20 N/A
Regina (Levene) 42 $34,000** 18 20 10
Royal Roads 39 $36,100** 18 45 1
Saint Mary’s (Sobey) 40 $45,000 18 35 2
Sherbrooke 38 $29,250 22 15 0
Simon Fraser (Segal) 38 $49,250 19 25 5
Toronto (Rotman) 38 $89,000 13 41 8
Western (Ivey) 39 $90,000 18 26 34
York-Northwestern (Kellogg Schulich E.M.B.A.) 38 $108,000 15 24 5

Information is for the 2010-2011 academic year.  **Tuition differs for international students: $44,025 at Guelph; $39,874 at UPEI; $36,000 at Regina; $53,975 at Royal Roads. UQAM program open to Canadian residents only (tuition higher for out-of-province students).

Source: Canadian universities


 

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