Thursday February 23, 2012
MONTREAL, Feb. 23, 2012 - HEC Montréal is the only Quebec university, and one of two in Canada, to feature in the international ranking by Expansión. The prestigious Mexican magazine publishes an annual list of different MBA programs around the world, ranked according to a number of criteria: students' average GMAT score, the number of research projects carried out by the institution, faculty composition, graduates' salaries, the presence of foreign students, the international scope of the program and its positioning in the Mexican market.
"We are very proud to have made this list for the third straight year. This ranking certainly helps to make our program better known and respected. Expansión is a highly regarded publication in Latin America, and this will boost the School's profile throughout the region, at a time when we are looking to increase the proportion of international students and attract them from a wider variety of places," says MBA Program Director Michael Wybo.
The MBA program
HEC Montréal's intensive MBA program has been recognized in many international rankings, including those issued by Forbes, Bloomberg Businessweek, AméricaEconomía, Poets & Quants and The Economist. The 12-month program, offered in English and in French, attracts over one hundred new students every year.
About HEC Montréal
HEC Montréal was the first school in North America to be granted the three most prestigious international accreditations in management education: AACSB International (United States), EQUIS (Europe) and AMBA (United Kingdom). The School has over 12,000 students in its many management programs, from the undergraduate to postgraduate levels, and employs over 280 professors. It plays a leadership role in research thanks to some 50 research units (including 25 chairs), carries out projects around the world and is dedicated to training executives and senior managers. Since its founding in 1907, the School has trained more than 69,000 students in a wide variety of management fields. hec.ca.
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Liliane S. Pin - Media Relations Advisor, HEC Montréal