Canada’s Best MBAs: Queen’s University Executive MBA (National)

 
Canada‘s Best MBA Programs 2017

The Queen’s Executive MBA

Smith School of Business

Kingston, Ontario

Queen's MBA Program

Smith offers two EMBA options. The National EMBA at Queen’s can be completed from anywhere in Canada. Classes are held either virtually or in boardrooms in nine different Canadian cities all-day Friday and Saturday every other week. Students also travel internationally for a global business project, and have the option to participate in a one-week study trip abroad. The program starts in August. The Americas EMBA is offered in partnership with Cornell University in the United States, and students earn degrees from both institutions. The program draws on participants from Latin America, as well as North America, bringing an international perspective to the classroom sessions, which are delivered through interactive videoconferencing sessions. There are also three residential sessions, split between the Queen’s campus and Cornell’s facilities in New York. (The location of one session varies each year.) Regular classes are held all day Saturday and Sunday every other weekend. Students must complete a global business project (an analysis of a business issue or opportunity outside of their home countries), as well as a new venture project or a management consulting project. The program begins in July.

National EMBA Stream
Classroom experience
New part-time students enrolled, July 2015–July 2016: 78
Work experience required: 6 years
Management experience required: 3 years
Gender ratio: 66% male, 34% female
Cohort’s average age: 39 years
Program duration & cost
Program length: 16 months
Tuition: $98,000
Specializations
Specializations and joint degrees offered:
  • Financial strategy
  • Marketing strategy
  • Project leadership
Americas EMBA Stream
Classroom experience
Work experience required: 6 years
Management experience required: 3 years
Gender ratio: 82% male, 18% female
Program duration & cost
Program length: 17 months
Tuition: $133,394


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