HEC Montréal places 15th in the 2010 BusinessWeek international rankings

November 18, 2010

HEC Montréal has once again been ranked among the top non-US MBA-granting schools by BusinessWeek. Standing in 15th place out of 18 on the American magazine’s list, HEC Montréal continues to uphold its reputation for excellence internationally. The School has now been included four times on this prestigious list.

The BusinessWeek ranking is based mainly on the opinions of full-time students at participating universities and recruiters.

For MBA Program Director Michael Wybo, “The success of the HEC Montréal MBA program and its international renown should be a source of pride for all Quebeckers. The program is a great ambassador for the School’s expertise in management education. BusinessWeek's acknowledgement of our constant focus on innovation and our professors’ efforts to make the program an exceptional experience shows that we are on the right track.”

The top 18 non-US business schools in 2010, as ranked by BusinessWeek

1. INSEAD (France)
2. Queen's School of Business (Canada)
3. IE Business School (Spain)
4. ESADE (Spain)
5. London Business School (United Kingdom)
6. Western Ontario (Ivey; Canada)
7. IMD (Switzerland)
8. Toronto (Rotman; Canada)
9. York (Schulich; Canada)
10. Cambridge (Judge; United Kingdom)
11. McGill (Desautels; Canada)
12. IESE (Spain)
13. Cranfield (United Kingdom)
14. HEC Paris (France)
15. HEC Montréal (Canada)
16. Oxford (United Kingdom)
17. Manchester Business School (United Kingdom)
18. SDA Bocconi (Italy)

The HEC Montréal MBA

The HEC Montréal MBA program, offered in French and in English, has 150 full-time students and nearly 350 part-time students. The full-time program lasts 12 months. HEC Montréal holds the three most prestigious international accreditations, from AACSB International (United States), AMBA (United Kingdom) and EQUIS (Europe).

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