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Rotman School Ranks Best MBA in Canada According to FT

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The University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management ranked as the best MBA program in Canada for the tenth year in a row, and in the top 60 globally according to the newest 2016 Global MBA Ranking by the Financial Times. The report also revealed that the Rotman School ranked as #3 in the world for faculty research.

According to the ranking, Rotman School graduates can expect a healthy 78% increase in their salary after achieving their MBA. They can also expect to earn on average, a salary of $96,647 three years post-graduation. As for the ratio of female board members, Rotman School ranks well with a ratio of 55% female.

The Financial Times also ranked the Rotman School’s Executive MBA as the #1 best business school in Canada and #18 in the world for its Open programs. And Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranks the Rotman School MBA as #18 globally and #3 by employers for recruiter feedback on skills they look for in MBAs.

The only other Toronto MBA program to make it onto the list was Western University’s Ivey Business School. The School achieved an impressive 11 point increase to reach #88 on the list and #3 in Canada.

The Ivey School MBA graduates can expect a $100,209 salary post-graduation—a 71% increase compared to their pre-MBA wage. As for research, Ivey School ranked #26 in the world. Ivey School students can also expect an 89% job-placement rate after three months.

The Financial Times rankings place a heavy emphasis on job placement, earnings, and faculty research. Only three other Canadian schools made the list: McGill University’s Desautels at #85, Queen’s Smith School of Business at #93, and University of British Columbia’s Sauder School at #96.

To learn more about the Rotman School MBA programs visit the school website. You can also take a look at the Ivey School MBAs on their school website.

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