How do Canada's business schools stack up internationally? - Macleans.ca
 

How do Canada’s business schools stack up internationally?

Canadian schools didn’t crack the top 20 in either of the Financial Times’ rankings, but York (Schulich) placed first on the alternative Beyond Grey Pinstripes survey


 

Beyond Grey Pinstripes M.B.A.
Ranking 2009-2010

Beyond Grey Pinstripes is an alternative ranking of business schools, conducted every two years by the Aspen Institute’s Center for Business Education. The ranking assesses the degree to which leading M.B.A. programs integrate issues concerning social and environmental stewardship into the curriculum.

Rank Country
1 York (Schulich) Canada
2 Michigan (Ross) U.S.A.
3 Yale School of Management U.S.A.
4 Stanford U.S.A.
5 Notre Dame (Mendoza) U.S.A.
6 UC Berkeley (Haas) U.S.A.
7 Erasmus (Rotterdam) Netherlands
8 NYU (Stern) U.S.A.
9 Instituto de Empresa (IE) Spain
10 Columbia Business School U.S.A.
11 Virginia (Darden) U.S.A.
12 Cornell (Johnson) U.S.A.
13 The George Washington University U.S.A.
14 North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) U.S.A.
15 Simmons U.S.A.
16 Duke (Fuqua) U.S.A.
17 Wisconsin U.S.A.
18 Duquesne (Donahue) U.S.A.
19 New Mexico (Anderson) U.S.A.
20 Denver (Daniels) U.S.A.
21 University of San Diego U.S.A.
22 Loyola University Chicago U.S.A.
23 Nottingham U.K.
24 Ohio State (Fisher) U.S.A.
31 McGill (Desautels) Canada
34 Concordia (Molson) Canada
49 UBC (Sauder) Canada
51 Calgary (Haskayne) Canada
53 Western Ontario (Ivey) Canada
79 Dalhousie Canada

Source: Beyondgreypinstripes.org

Financial Times M.B.A. Ranking 2010
The Financial Times’ M.B.A. rankings, introduced in 1999, were the first major rankings to treat M.B.A. education as a global marketplace, with American schools ranked directly against those from the rest of the world. The rankings measure such factors as the employment rate, salaries and career progress of graduates; the opinions of alumni; the diversity (international and female) of students and faculty; as well as faculty quality.

Rank 2010 3 year av. rank Country
1 1 London Business School U.K
2 1 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) U.S.A.
3 4 Harvard Business School U.S.A.
4 5 Stanford U.S.A.
5 5 INSEAD France/ Singapore
6 4 Columbia Business School U.S.A.
7 7 Instituto de Empresa (IE) Spain
8 8 MIT (Sloan) U.S.A.
9 10 University of Chicago (Booth) U.S.A.
10 14 Hong Kong UST Business School China
11 11 IESE Spain
12 16 Indian School of Business India
13 12 New York University (Stern) U.S.A.
14 14 Dartmouth College (Tuck) U.S.A.
15 14 IMD Switzerland
16 17 Yale School of Management U.S.A.
17 18 University of Oxford (Saïd) U.K.
18 22 HEC Paris France
19 19 ESADE Business School Spain
20 23 Duke University (Fuqua) U.S.A.
21 16 University of Cambridge (Judge) U.K.
22 14 Ceibs China
23 22 Northwestern University (Kellogg) U.S.A.
24 24 Lancaster University Management School U.K.
25 28 Erasmus University (Rotterdam) Netherlands
45 44 University of Toronto (Rotman) Canada
49 50 University of Western Ontario (Ivey) Canada
54 50 York University (Schulich) Canada
82 82 University of British Columbia (Sauder) Canada
86 84 University of Alberta Canada
95 N/A McGill University (Desautels) Canada

Source: FT.com


 

How do Canada’s business schools stack up internationally?

  1. U of C (haskayne)? Nowhere to be seen but…think of the U of C tuition; way, way up there for a school that gets you nowhere.