The Alberta School of Business has been ranked by employers among the 25 best MBA schools in North America at number 22, in the QS Top MBA Global 200 Business Schools Report 2013/2014.
The QS report originated in the early 1990s as an alternative to business school rankings. The QS rankings come from a survey of 4,318 international employers, who are asked a series of questions regarding recruitment trends, salary and compensation trends, and ratings by region and specialization.
The QS ranking further confirms our placement success already recognized in the 2013 Financial Times rankings where we placed second in Canada in both placement success and employment three months out, shares Dean Joseph Doucet. “Our continuing investment in careers and our increasing global network is really paying off.”
The top three schools in the rankings were Harvard, Stanford and Wharton. The other Canadian business schools that made the top 25 are Rotman, Schulich, Ivey, McGill, HEC Montreal, Queen’s, and UBC’s Sauder.
Canadian schools did well overall placing 15 in the top 100 including Concordia (44), Saskatchewan (45), Calgary (46), Victoria (49), Simon Fraser (57), Ottawa (63) and McMaster (81).