HEC Montréal’s MBA listed in Top Business School Rankings by The Economist
84th In the world, according to the British weekly
January 25, 2021
Our MBA program is listed among the most attractive ones internationally, according to the annual Which MBA? Ranking, carried out by The Economist magazine. In fact, classified 84th on this prestigious list of 90 business schools throughout the world offering a full-time MBA program, HEC Montréal makes a comeback this year.
For its rankings, The Economist evaluates schools on 4 major criteria, representing significant scoring.
- Potential to open new career opportunities – 35%
- Personal development and educational experience – 35%
- Salary (post-MBA) – 20%
- Potential to network (amongst graduates) – 10%
More detailed results indicate that HEC Montréal scores most highly in the Diversity of recruiters category, garnering 17th place globally. Among the indicators of the program’s capacity to open up new career opportunities, excelling in this category means that once they have been recruited, our graduates are dispersed across a wide variety of industrial sectors.
Furthermore, the School scores remarkably well in the Representation of graduates overseas category (38th place).
HEC Montréal also scores very highly in the Diversity of students and professors category (39th place).
It’s noteworthy that the data utilized for these rankings is gathered 80% by Business Schools and 20% via surveys conducted with graduates and current MBA students. Historical data is also taken into consideration.