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McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management

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Program Overview

McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management offers a full content two year MBA incorporating a summer Base Camp, followed by a Global Leadership module, integrative core classes and optional specialization in one of two concentrations – finance, marketing, global leadership or technology and innovation management. Each module is taught by multiple professors from different disciplines.

A 15-month fast track MBA for students with a recent commerce degree from a North American university and at least three years' managerial work experience is also available. Dual degrees offered include MD/MBA and MBA/Law. Students also have the opportunity to participate in an international exchange and industry practicum.

Highlights

 Full content 24 month and 15 month fast track MBA available
 Modular approach - summer base camp, global leadership, integrative core and optional specializations - with each module taught by multiple professors from different disciplines
 Optional specializations in finance, marketing, global leadership or technology and innovation management
 Opportunities for international exchange and industry practicum

Admissions & Tuition

 

Information For International Students

 
 
 
 
 
 
Admissions Criteria
 Minimum GPA: 3.0
 Minimum Work Experience: 2
English Language Proficiency  (Minimum Score)
      IELTS: 7.0
      TOEFL (Computer-based): 250.0
      TOEFL (Internet-based): 100.0
      TOEFL (Paper-based): 600.0
Deadlines (Month/Day)
 Application: February 15
 Notification of Acceptance: Varies
Fees (C$)
 International Application Fee: 100
 Total Cost of Program (excluding books): 55,000

Programs/Credentials Offered

Two-Year MBA Degree
Executive MBA (EMBA) Degree
Specialized Master's Degree in Business
Graduate Diploma in Business
Graduate Certificate in Business

Fields of Study

Finance & Finance Management
International Management
Marketing Management
Technology Commercialization

Ranking and Reputation

 Times Higher Education QS World University Rankings has listed McGill as the best university in Canada, the best public university in North America, and in the top 25 universities world-wide
 Forbes ranks program 11th outside the US for 2 year MBA programs
 Business Week ranks program 16th outside the US
 Ranked by Economist Magazine 75th in the world
 20,000 global alumni

Buildings & Facilities

McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management is located in the heart of downtown Montreal, recognized as one of North America’s most dynamic business communities. Housed in the new Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Management, the facilities are designed to enhance the learning experience of students and incorporate the latest technologies as well as study and meeting spaces that create a professional atmosphere where students can interact with each other, professors and business executives. Classrooms are equippedwith built-in computers, video cameras and 3M data display units that allow professors to select from a variety of teaching media. Each classroom is wired for Internet access and the entire building facilitates wireless Internet access. A laptop is not required, but highly recommended. A student lounge for events, group and individual study areas, a conference room, a computer lab and the Management Library, which houses an electronic database-searching service and a number of networked databases are also provided. The Howard Ross Library of Management provides in-house and remote electronic access to a broad range of business sources such as ABI Inform, Bloomberg, Compustat, CRSP, Datastream, Economist Intelligence Unit, Factiva, Mergent Online, S&P NetAdvantage and others. In addition to providing electronic access to over 8,500 business journals and newspapers, the library houses a physical collection of over 50,000 books, 200 print journal titles, audiovisual materials and a current reference selection that covers every aspect of management study.

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