The Economist magazine has ranked the MBA program at York University’s Schulich School of Business No. 1 in Canada and 21st in the world in the magazine’s annual survey of the world’s top 100 MBA programs.
In addition to finishing first among Canadian business schools, Schulich placed eighth in the world among non-U.S. schools. The following are some of the key highlights regarding Schulich in this year’s The Economist ranking:
- Schulich ranked third in the world in the category of Recruiter Diversity – the number of industries represented by recruiters who hire Schulich graduates.
- Schulich ranked third in the world in the category of Potential to Network, which takes into account the size of a school’s alumni network.
- Schulich ranked eighth in the world in the category of Salary Increase – a measurement that captures the percentage by which salaries increased pre-MBA to post-MBA.
- Schulich ranked 13th in the world in the category of Faculty Quality.
To view the complete results, visit https://whichmba.economist.com/ranking/full-time-mba.
The Economist survey is the only major global ranking that rates business schools on criteria deemed most important to MBA students and alumni – everything from diversity of career opportunities to earning potential and networking opportunities.
“We’re pleased that The Economist has once again ranked Schulich’s MBA program No. 1 in Canada,” said Schulich Dean Detlev Zwick. “We’re also pleased that Schulich was ranked among the top schools in the world in several categories that students identify as being among the most important, including diversity of recruiters, networking potential, and salary increase following graduation.”