Best 5 college in canada for MBA?

Asked by Amandeep Kaur over 2 years ago

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Rashmi Mehrotra

Rashmi Mehrotra

J.P. Morgan || LSR’ 19

Hey Amandeep, how are you doing?

So I have some friends who did their MBA from Canada and let me tell you it is one of the most affordable and accommodating countries for Indian students. Based on their experience, I have created a list of the top universities that you can consider for your MBA in Canada. 

1. Schulich School of Business- Schulich offers a 16 month MBA with an integrated approach to general management. With 19 different specializations, the program is available full-time and part-time. Choose Schulich specifically for its global reach.

2. Ivey Business School- It is one of the most prestigious business institutes in the country. The institute established Canada's first MBA program in business. Ivey is best for a unique learning method and producing business leaders.

3. UBC Sauder School of Business - UBS Sauders is more academic compared to other top business schools in Canada.  This institute has produced more top business professionals around the world than any other Canadian business school. Also, the curriculum at UBC Sauder is very dynamic and relevant.

4. Rotman School of Management- Rotman is widely popular for its quality of education in business and management. But if you want a specific reason to choose Rotman, it has to be its innovative coursework for better career development. Also, among all top business institutes in Canada, Rotman is more likely to offer better undergraduate business courses as well.

5. HEC Montreal- This institute is the first business school in Canada. Unlike other Canadian business institutes, select HEC Montreal if you have your specialization decided in economics, finance, logistics and research-based MBAs. Moreover, it also holds triple accreditations; AACSB International, EQUIS and AMBA.


You also need to make sure that your profile aligns with the eligibility requirement of these universities well in advance because you certainly would not want to miss out the chance of getting shortlisted to these top universities just because of some misinformation. 

To make it a bit easier for yourself, you can check out the school explore tool at

It will create a customised list of universities based on your profile and preferences and will make shortlisting the right college super easy for you.

Do you need any more information about any college or the admission process? Let me know and I shall share the relevant information with you. 


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