BusinessWeek magazine has ranked the Schulich School of Business at York University among the top 10 International MBA programs in the world. Schulich ranked ninth overall in the 2006 BusinessWeek survey.
Other Schulich highlights in the New York-based magazine’s latest survey:
- Schulich ranked fifth among international schools in the recruiter ranking, which measures the opinions of corporate recruiters who hire MBA graduates.
- Corporate recruiters assessed the skills of graduates in both “Global Scope” and “General Management”, and gave Schulich’s MBA graduates an “A” score in each.
Schulich is the only Canadian business school to be ranked in every major global survey of MBA programs. In the past two years, in addition the BusinessWeek listing, it has been ranked:
- Number one in Canada and 18th in the world by the Financial Times of London.
- Number one in Canada and 30th in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit, the research arm of The Economist magazine.
- Number one in Canada and third in the world among two-year MBA programs outside the US by Forbes magazine.
- Number one in Canada and number three in the world in the field of corporate social responsibility by the World Resources Institute and the Aspen Institute.
- Thirteenth in the world in The Wall Street Journal’s “Top International Schools” ranking.
“We’re very pleased to have made one of the top MBA rankings in the world,” said Schulich Dean Dezsö J. Horváth. “The BusinessWeek ranking, in combination with all the other major rankings of the past two years, clearly places Schulich among the leading schools in Canada and top 10 in the world outside of the US.”