Canada

Université du Québec à Montréal School of Management

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Quebec
Language Special : 
None
Introduction: 

The Université du Québec à Montréal is a public university established in 1969, which is based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is a French-language university and is the largest constitute of the Université du Québec (UQ). The bilingual city of Montreal is safe, innovative, cosmopolitan, friendly and welcoming. There is a convenient public transit system and located close to the business center. Recognized for its quality of practice-oriented education, the School of Management holds a bold vision for the future with over 14,000 students and approximately 500 international exchange students per year.


HEC Montreal

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Montreal
Language Special : 
French-English
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

HEC Montreal was founded in 1907 as a French-language business school located in Montreal, Canada. It offers undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs, with over 13,000 students making up the student body. HEC Montreal was the first school in North America to be awarded AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS accreditations. Only two schools in Canada hold these three prestigious and international accreditations. In addition, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked it within the Top 30 International Business Schools in 2015. HEC Montreal’s has 127 partner schools in 40 countries, expanding its global outlook to allow students to have a diverse learning experience.


University of Ottawa Telfer School of Management

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Ottawa
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
TOEFL 86 (ibt) or 580 (pbt)
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

The University of Ottawa is a public research university in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and was first established in 1848. The Telfer School of Management located at the University of Ottawa offers a number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. With approximately 4,300 students, 200 faculty and 25,000 alumni, Telfer School of Management is one of only two business schools in Canada and one of less than 50 business schools in the world to have triple accreditations – it is fully accredited by AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. It has the vision of becoming the institution of choice for management education, executive development and relevant and influential research with an international reach. In cultivating and maintaining partnerships with international business schools, Telfer School of Management has signed a partnership with National Chengchi University in which 4 students are invited to go on exchange to the partner university.

 


Queen's School of Business

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Kingston
Language Special : 
None
Introduction: 

Queen's University was established in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, in 1841 and is duly considered the ‘Princeton’ of Canada. It is a top-tier public university, famous for excellent teaching quality and an intriguing history. The teaching quality of Queen’s University enjoys its excellent reputation not only in Canada, but all across North America. Together with the University of Toronto and McGill University, the three schools form the evergreen league in Canada. According to Queen’s University’s official website, the academic grants annually received by the school surpass any other institution’s. Additionally, Queen’s University is dedicated to various international education endeavors and has 91 partner schools around the world.


York University Schulich School of Business

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Toronto
Language Special : 
TOEFL scores (250 computer based or 600 paper based), or IELT 7
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Exchange Level: 
Ph.D
Introduction: 

ork University, founded in 1959, is Canada’s third largest university, known for its legal, business, and liberal arts programs. Its Schulich School of Business, established in 1966, is Canada’s leading business school. Its location in the greater Toronto area, makes it easier to recruit the finest students from all over the world. In addition, the school’s faculty is renowned for their constant innovative teaching methods. In the latest release of the Financial Times’ Global MBA Rankings 2009, the school was highly placed at No. 48 (Global MBA Rankings 2009, Financial Times, http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-rankings). In addition, the school was also awarded as one of the world’s best business schools of 2008 by Business Week. (The Best International B-Schools Of 2008, Business Week, http://bwnt.businessweek.com/interactive_reports/mba_intl_2008/index.asp).


University of Calgary Haskayne School of Business

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Calgary
Language Special : 
TOEFL score (bachelor: 220 Computer based or 560 Paper based; graduate: 250 on Computer or 600 on Paper)
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

The university is located in the city of Calgary, where more than half of the most esteemed corporations in Canada are headquartered. The school is not only a member of the nine national centers of research excellence, but it is also the nation’s only first-rate educational center. The academic research achievements, high-quality of faculty and students, and annual research funds of over US$170M, have brought the university to become the World Tourism Organization recognized center for international study and research, which is the only center outside Europe; currently, there are over 1200 international students from 89 countries studying at the university, presenting a diversity of cultures. Founded in 1967, Haskayne School of Business is one of the 8 business colleges in Canada accredited by AACSB. Its first-class teaching research and the proven management and leadership are internationally recognized. In the recent years, the school has partnered with University of Alberta for joint managerial MBA and philosophy PhD programs, and collaborated with OLADE (Latin American Energy Organization) in offering a cross-disciplinary master's degree program, in Quito, Ecuador, in the field of energy and environment, providing a wide range of degree programs.


McMaster University DeGroote School of Business

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Hamilton
Language Special : 
None
Introduction: 

The university was founded in 1887, located in the city of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. With a nature park in the campus courtyard, the school is reputable among top universities in Canada, for its creativity and innovative mindset. Novel teaching methods and unique curriculum, together with a solid faculty have produced elite alumni, whom many of them are novel prize-winning scholars. Furthermore, the university has been placed in the World Top 100 University ranking, which was published in The Times Higher Education Supplement (http://www.topuniversities.com/).


Western University Richard Ivey School of Business

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
London
Exchange Quota: 
2
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Exchange Level: 
Ph.D
Introduction: 

Western University Richard Ivey School of Business (UWO) was founded by Bishop Huron in 1878. It is one of Canada’s oldest universities, and is a non-religious public university that capitalizes on religious resources. Although the school has a long history, its academic innovation and the tradition of self-development has rendered it a dynamic learning center. Its Ivey Business School enjoys an excellent international reputation and is referred to as the "Harvard Business School in Canada." In addition, as an internationally recognized provider of elite MBA programs, the school has been awarded No. 47 in the 2009 Global MBA ranking by Financial Times (Financial Times Global MBA rankings 2009, http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-rankings).


Simon Fraser University Beedie School of Business

Location in North America, Canada
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City: 
Vancouver
Exchange Quota: 
2
Language Special : 
TOEFL 230 including a minimum essay score of 4.5, or TOEFL250, or IELTS 6.5
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

Simon Fraser University founded in 1963, is a medium-sized comprehensive university, and a top 10 university in Canada, that has been climbing up the rankings in recent years. The university is located in the top of the Burnaby mountain, with an unparalleled natural environment. SFU emphasizes on the practicality in its teaching, and closely integrates classroom teaching concepts with field experiences, by assisting students to participate in paid internships of particular specialized fields, to expand their knowledge and adapt earlier to the society. SFU was five times awarded (1993, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 2000) as Canada’s best comprehensive university in the annual top university ranking by Maclean’s Magazine, and is also a first top regular candidate for the magazine’s nation-wide university assessment.


 
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