Rivals bury their differences to promote Canadian MBAs


Canada’s top business schools, usually active competitors, have joined forces to promote Canadian MBA programmes to both domestic and international students.

The self-appointed group of six, to be called the Canadian MBA Alliance, includes Desautels (McGill), Ivey (Western Ontario), Queen’s, Rotman (Toronto), Sauder (British Columbia) and Schulich (York). The aim of the alliance is to attract top international students to Canada but also to retain local talent.

Read full article: Financial Times, February 7, 2013

Related article: The Globe and Mail, February 7, 2013