Canada's M.B.A. programs: a variety of options at 35 institutions - Macleans.ca
 

Canada’s M.B.A. programs: a variety of options at 35 institutions

The traditional M.B.A.—two years, full-time—is no longer the only way to go, with many schools offering part-time studies


 

Tuition and program length vary considerably—the differences are often determined by the type of program—as do size, diversity and the average GMAT score of incoming students. The traditional M.B.A.—two years, full-time—is no longer the only way to go, with many schools offering part-time studies.

Average GMAT Score
Tuition (Canadian students)
Tuition (Int’l students)
Program Length (months)
Enrolment
Female (%)
Int’l (%)
Alberta 615 $25,000 $47,000 16 156 30 40
UBC (Sauder) 650 $40,541-$42,541 $40,541-$42,541 16 124 27 55
Brock 600 $10,600-$20,500 $21,340- $41,900 8-16 98 38 8
Calgary (Haskayne) 612 $27,420 $48,120 16-32 335 35 10
Cape Breton (Shannon) 565 $18,161/ $19,183 $29,150 12 87 59 42
Carleton (Sprott) 614 $13,012 $32,654 12-16 57 32 16
Concordia (Molson) 630 $8,267/ $15,107 $42,704 12-16 118 40 10
Dalhousie 610 $38,416/ $39,438 $55,491 22 80 33 3
HEC Montréal 625 $6,800/ $13,600 $30,300 12 150 30 18
Laurentian 570† $8,566-$17,132* $19,224- $38,449* 8-20 35† 20† 57†
Laval N/A $3,995/ $9,395 $22,586 12-23 488 44 16
Manitoba (Asper) 582 $21,000 $30,000 12 160 39 5
McGill (Desautels) 668 $59,000 $59,000 16-20 120 30 50
McMaster (DeGroote) 620 $26,000-$31,500 $50,300-$55,500 16-28 400 36* 16*
Memorial 556 $4,398 $5,718 12-16 41 48 7
Moncton N/A $8,595 $13,435 24 35 31 49
New Brunswick-Fredericton 594 $17,660-$20,978 $25,420-$27,124 12-16 68 41 36
New Brunswick-Saint John 599 $18,757 $26,118 12-15 46 30 67
Ottawa (Telfer) 622 $20,177 $32,085 12 52 31 29
Université du Québec à Montréal N/A $5,172/ $20,000 $25,000 12-24 47 28 30
Queen’s 652 $65,000 $70,000 12 119 32 40
Regina (Levene) 580 $20,000 $24,000 18-72 212 15 25
Royal Military College 550 $6,000 $16,000 16 47 35 0
Ryerson (Rogers) 616 $16,784 $23,089 12-24 75 30 10
Saint Mary’s (Sobey) 610 $13,087/ $14,109 $27,063 16-20 66 44 30
Saskatchewan (Edwards) 550 $24,613 $32,913 12-36 30 17 13
Sherbrooke N/A $4,251/ N/A N/A 16 200 43 57
Simon Fraser (Segal) 620 $28,400-$28,750 $28,400-$28,750 12-20 62 50 25
Toronto (Rotman) 654 $78,903 $99,693 16 545 32 43
Vancouver Island N/A $19,000 $30,000 14 142 48 85
Victoria 572 $30,000 $31,000 17 81 38 38
Western (Ivey) 672 $70,100 $80,100 12 146 32 25
Wilfrid Laurier 620 $29,100-$30,884 $37,281-$39,065 12-20 105 45 11
Windsor (Odette) 605* $14,000* $38,000* 13* 80* 35* 25*
York (Schulich) 661 $51,424 $60,000 8-16 692 34 58

Information is for the 2010-2011 academic year unless indicated otherwise. Enrolment figures are for full-time students. Tuition is shown for the full cost of a program and includes compulsory fees. Tuition can vary depending on length/type of program. Two figures are shown for schools in Quebec and Nova Scotia as tuition is higher for out-of-province students. Sherbrooke program open to Quebec residents only. Regina program is part-time. *2009 figure. †2006 figure.

Source: Canadian universities


 

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