Montreal is an MBA city with several top-ranking universities offering both the classic Master of Business Administration or interesting hybrids. Whether you're a recent grad or a veteran in the workforce, whether you want to study full time or part time, there's an MBA program to suit your needs in either English or French.
McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management has been hailed as one of the top business schools in Canada with a worldwide ranking of 64 out of 100 by the Economist. It offers an Executive MBA in partnership with HEC Montreal as well as its own specialized MBAs with a focus on law, health care, business and leadership using an integrated, multidisciplinary approach with problem solving grounded in practice. Students follow a streamlined one-semester curriculum, choosing four key areas of concentration. Work and study overseas is an integral part of the program. A part-time option is offered for working professionals.
The McGill University-HEC Montreal Executive MBA (EMBA) is specifically geared for practising managers. The 15-month, bilingual, residential program is first taught at McGill and then moves to HEC Montreal. Students meet once a month for a four-day study session from Thursday through Sunday with an additional two residential modules between seven and 10 days. The program includes a managerial foreign exchange, followed by a four-month final project. Graduates are awarded a joint MBA degree with the seals of McGill University and HEC Montreal...
Read full article: The Gazette, February 9, 2012