Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada

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Subject: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada
Can anyone give the Bcom/BBA university rankings in Canada esp. Quebec and Ontario.
[25-10-2005,06:25]
Dan
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
1. Concordia
2. Schulich
3. Rotman
4. Ivey
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10. McGill

[25-10-2005,09:27]
Concordia
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
hahaha.....concordia???????
and i am the new pope.

[25-10-2005,15:18]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
1.Queens
2.UBC
3.Western
4.rotman
5.Mcgill/concordia
6.Schulich


[25-10-2005,17:07]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
Oops, you said Quebec and Ontario. Just take UBC off the list...

:)


[25-10-2005,17:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
Oh I heard Laurier was okay...

If you want to study accounting in Quebec, then you should go to Concordia or HEc (but IM betting you dont speak french). IF you want to study accounting in Ontario, then go to waterloo.


[25-10-2005,17:23]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
I am sorry....for a second i thought the official rankings by the Economist, Canadian Business Magazine, The Globe and Mail Business Report, Financial Times and Business Week were actually credible.
Your ranking seems so much more precise....why did I even waste my time reading those annual and dated ranking reports? Now I know what is the best university for business is.....CONCORDIA!!!!!! I wanna go there so bad now! Omg, I wana go to Concordia!!!

You Loser!

[25-10-2005,21:41]
Anonymous
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Actually Concordia commerce students win business competitions all the time. They beat Queens, Schulich, Mcgill, etc.

If the ontario biz schools are so damn good, then why are the students getting their asses kicked by concordia students?

oh the mystery.




[25-10-2005,22:15]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
Concordia (John Molson) is definitely top 5 or 6 if compared to other Canadian universities in Quebec and Ontario, but definitely not the best. Concordia still needs to build the new John Molson building which won´t be ready for at least another 3 years. I pick Queens as the "best overall" experience for a undergraduate business education based on:

1. Reputation amongst employers throughout Cananda
2. High admission standards (in all programs)
3. Modern business building / beautiful campus
4. School Spirit and school pride
5. Long history and experience in their programs

Ofcousre, excellent teaching and small classes too.

2nd choice: Western (but has lower quality education than Queens)

3rd choice: Toronto & McGill (if your an international student than these two schools should be on top of your list based on their international "medical school" reputation).

4th choice: York (only if you plan to work in Ontario) and Concordia (only if you plan to work in Montreal).

I just like to say York probably has the best business building in Canada, and maybe by 2008, Concordia´s John Molson business will top all others.

[25-10-2005,23:38]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
do you know how stupid you are making youself look when you post comments about Concordia and top business schools. It is so stupid that you think we are going to believe that Concordia is a good school...in anything.
No way is Concordia near the top UPenn(Wharton), NYU (Stern), York(Schulich), Western(Ivey), Dartmouth(Tuck).

It may be a growing university and may get some respect in Montreal but that shit doh fly here....I am an Ivey student and how do you say that our academics are low quality or worse than Queens. Do me a favor and stick to Montreal bashing and competition with McGill because you obviously know nothing about Ontario.

[26-10-2005,01:30]
C'mon Man....Ivey vs Concordia....give me a break?
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Canadians all know the Molson corporation and the Molson brand, but who really knows Ivey?

Yo! Ivey geek! You need to deflate your big Toronto ego. We all know Toronto is not a world-class city. Most folks in Canada like Montreal more than boring Toronto, forget about little town of London, Ontario!

[26-10-2005,04:53]
Anonymous
JMSB (in reply to: Undergraduate Bcom/BBA degree rankings in Canada)
FYI:

The largest and oldest MBA Case Competition in the World is hosted by Concordia´s John Molson School of Business!


2006 John Molson MBA International Case Competition Participants (25th Year) - Jan.3-7, 2006

Canada

Concordia University - John Molson School of Business
HEC Montr?al
McGill University
McMaster University ? DeGroote School of Business
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Queen´s University - Queen´s School of Business
Saint Mary?s University ? Sobey School of Business
Simon Fraser University
Universit? Laval
University of Alberta ? School of Business
University of Calgary ? Haskayne School of Business
University of Ottawa ? School of Management
University of Victoria
University of Western Ontario - Richard Ivey School of Business
University of Windsor ? Odette School of Business
Wilfrid Laurier University
York University ? Schulich School of Business

Brazil

Funda??o Get?lio Vargas

China

University of Hong Kong
Xiamen University

Finland

Helsinki School of Economics

France

Bordeaux Business School
Essec Business School

Germany

Heinrich-Heine Universit?t D?sseldorf
Universit?t M?nster
University of Paderborn

India

Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore

Sweden

Lund University

United States of America

Kent State University - College of Business Administration
Pepperdine University ? Graziadio School of Business and Management
Miami University - Richard T. Farmer School of Business
Northeastern University, College of Business Administration
Saint Michael´s College
University of South Carolina ? Moore School of Business
University of Tennessee ? Knoxville
University of Vermont? School of Business Administration


Everyone already knows John Molson, except for a few idiots in Ontario.



[26-10-2005,05:27]
Anonymous



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