The Schulich School of Business at York University was ranked among the leading business schools in the world for MBA students wishing to pursue careers in finance, marketing and operations management.
QS MBA ranked Schulich among the top 25 business schools in the world in the Finance, Marketing and Operations Management category, which includes supply chain management and logistics. Schulich placed 17th globally in Finance, 21st in Operations Management, and 22nd in Marketing. Schulich was also the top-ranked MBA program in Canada in Marketing and in Technology, where it ranked 38th globally.
The QS MBA Careers by Specialization ranking looked at three key factors:
- Career placement – the percentage of a school’s graduates going into a particular industry or function;
- Employer reputation – a rating that asks employers to identify the business schools from which they recruit the “most competent, innovative, and effective graduates”; and
- Research strength – a score that measures research productivity in various disciplines.
“We are extremely pleased to be ranked among the leading business schools in the world in three major industry sectors that are very important to our students,” said Schulich Interim Dean Detlev Zwick. “The rankings are based on research strength, career placement and an employer rating of a business school’s graduates. As such, this set of rankings provides a powerful statement about the expertise of our faculty, the quality of our programs, and the very positive views of the global companies that hire our MBA graduates.”
For complete details, visit https://www.topmba.com/mba-rankings/specialization.