Program length and average GMAT scores of incoming students vary considerably, and are often determined by the type of program. The traditional M.B.A.—two years, full time—is no longer the only way to go, with many schools offering part-time studies. Executive M.B.A.s are geared to busy professionals unable to commit to full-time studies, but they can also come with hefty price tags. To find out how much the programs below cost, click here.
Information is for the 2016-17 academic year. Enrolment figures include full- and part-time students, and are for students who began the program between July 1, 2015 and July 1, 2016.
|E.M.B.A. Program||Average age||Standard-length Program (months)||Total new enrolment||Female Students (%)||International Students (%)|
|MCGILL-HEC MONTRÉAL (MCGILL-HEC MONTRÉAL E.M.B.A.)||41||15||46||35||14|
|UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉBEC À MONTRÉAL||38||24||N/A||42||0|
|SAINT MARY'S (SOBEY)||38||18||48||35||0|
|SIMON FRASER (BEEDIE)||41||20||72||32||2|
|YORK-NORTHWESTERN (KELLOGG SCHULICH E.M.B.A.)||37||18||49||43||8|