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Top MBA Colleges In Ontario, 2020

Ontario nails not just in natural landscapes and art but also in higher education. It is home to a number of universities and colleges, some being the leading ones in Canada. The country is host to international students too, the numbers of which are scaling high. Simple admission requirements, hassle-free Visa process, intentionally recognized degrees, and comparatively inexpensive studies may be the reasons for the same.

  1. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto: The Rotman School of Management is part of the University of Toronto, a global center of research and academic excellence at the heart of Canada’s multicultural commercial capital. The School focuses on transforming the future generation leaders to change-makers and adding value to the business and is one of the finest business schools in Canada. These combined features make it an unparalleled place for higher education, especially an MBA, which is evident from the fact that more than 25% of the students are non-Canadian. Rotman School of Management is a worldwide famed leader in research and training. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto was ranked No. 57 globally among the Best Business Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.
  2. Smith School of Business Queen’s University: Smith School of Business at Queen’s University is one of the world’s premier business schools – renowned for exceptional programs, outstanding faculty and research, and the quality of its graduates. Smith School of Business Queen’s University is literally a ‘queen’ of research excellence with high involvement of students in impulsive research projects. The MBA students here face and learn the varied shades of the business world. Smith School of Business Queen’s University was ranked No. 127 globally among the Best Business Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.
  3. Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario: Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario is defined by its outstanding track record for developing leaders. Ivey Business School has more C-level executives among its graduates than any other Canadian business school, with two in five alums holding senior management positions in their organizations. Ivey Business School was officially created in 1950 as the business school of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario was ranked No. 131 globally among the Best Business Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.
  4. Schulich School of Business at York University: Schulich School of Business renders unique opportunities to students and is proved to be a powerful carrier in providing them successful careers. Its programs have gained national as well as international recognition. It is a global, diverse, and innovative place of learning. With its global presence, Schulich offers a top-notch educational experience, with successful and committed alumni, and a strong network of external stakeholders. The Schulich School of Business earlier known as the Faculty of Administrative Studies was founded in 1966. With its great faculty, it has become one of the best places to study. Schulich School of Business at York University was ranked No. 184 globally among the Best Business Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.
  5. Sprott School of Business at Carleton University: Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business is a full-service business school in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The city is full of historical places, educational points, entertainment, and shopping and sports facilities which are a big ‘plus’ for magnetizing the students. It offers undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, certificate, and professional programs to the domestic and international students willing to study in Canada. Sprott School of Business works with three core strengths: international focus, innovation, and responsible management. It works to lead the business sector with its innovative programs, researches, and collaborative partnerships. Sprott School of Business at Carleton University was ranked No. 185 globally among the Best Business Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.
  6. Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics at the University of Guelph: The Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics is the business school of the University of Guelph. Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics at the University of Guelph was ranked No. 186 globally among the Best Business Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.
  7. Lakehead University: Offering services since 1946, Lakehead University is now lying among the top 10 universities of Canada. Considering the worldwide pandemic, the university offers online aid to counsel students regarding admission, scholarship, accommodation, programs, etc. The scholarship programs of the university have helped thousands of students to pursue their studies. It’s both the campuses, at the Thunder Bay and Orillia, offer countless opportunities in arts, music, shopping, adventure, culture, etc. Apart from academics, the students can also participate in sports, recreational and cultural activities. Lakehead’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program was ranked No. 187 globally among the Best Business Schools In The World For 2020, according to the CEOWORLD magazine.

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