Schulich, No.1 in Canada

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Subject: Schulich, No.1 in Canada
Schulich MBA World Rankings
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?? The Economist Intelligence Unit 2004:
#22 in Worldwide MBA Rankings
#1 in Canada

?? Financial Times of London 2005:
#22 in Worldwide MBA Rankings

?? Wall Street Journal 2004:
#14 Among Worldwide Business Schools
#1 in Canada

?? World Resources/Aspen Institute 2003:
One of the 6 "Cutting Edge"
Business Schools in the World

?? Forbes Magazine 2005 August
#1 in Canada In the latest World standings
#3 in the World Among MBA Programs
Outside the US

[14-05-2006,16:33]
Anonymous
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Schulich pwns Rotman

http://www.forbes.com/2005/08/16/best-business-schools-list-cz_05mba_land.html
^UofT doens?t even make the cut

http://rankings.ft.com/rankings/mba/rankings.html

[14-05-2006,16:50]
Anonymous
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i´m very impressed, York could be the best university in canada in a few years. i will choose it over UofT and McGill who are both declining
[14-05-2006,17:21]
Anonymous
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That´s simplistic logic. So you´d rather be the guy earning $50K who sees regular raises than the millionaires? What´s your proof that UofT or McGill are declining (besides Montreal´s overall decline)? What programs do you think York excels in?

Maybe I am ignorant, but I cannot think of a York undergraduate program that has a reputation as the best in Canada.

[14-05-2006,19:49]
Anonymous
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York has the foundation in Schulich, Schulich destroys Rotman in every ranking there is, once York concentrates its efforts on its other departments, it will surpass UofT and Mcgill. and speaking of stupid logic, don´t attach salaries to the school ie how Rotman grads make more than Schulich or Queen´s or anything, salaries depend on geographic region as some areas have a higher cost of living and salaries will rise, salaries depend on position where getting management positions depend on politics and connections, etc. and more stupid logic: Mcgill is declining because Montreal isn´t the financial centre of Canada anymore? I never knew Cambridge Mass., Princeton NJ, and New Haven Conn are the financial capitals of the states. Bud, give it up, your fanboyism is concerning, you need some reverse brainwashing.
[14-05-2006,20:23]
Anonymous
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"Maybe I am ignorant"

Maybe? MAYBE????

[14-05-2006,20:38]
Anonymous
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Anytime some rotman/uoft queer decides to bash schulich, just post this:

Schulich MBA World Rankings
------------------------------------------

?? The Economist Intelligence Unit 2004:
#22 in Worldwide MBA Rankings
#1 in Canada

?? Financial Times of London 2005:
#22 in Worldwide MBA Rankings

?? Wall Street Journal 2004:
#14 Among Worldwide Business Schools
#1 in Canada

?? World Resources/Aspen Institute 2003:
One of the 6 "Cutting Edge"
Business Schools in the World

?? Forbes Magazine 2005 August
#1 in Canada In the latest World standings
#3 in the World Among MBA Programs
Outside the US

Schulich pwns Rotman

http://www.forbes.com/2005/08/16/best-business-schools-list-cz_05mba_land.html
^UofT doens?t even make the cut

http://rankings.ft.com/rankings/mba/rankings.html

[14-05-2006,20:45]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Schulich, No.1 in Canada)
York has the foundation in Schulich, Schulich destroys Rotman in every ranking there is, once York concentrates its efforts on its other departments, it will surpass UofT and Mcgill. and speaking of stupid logic, don?t attach salaries to the school ie how Rotman grads make more than Schulich or Queen?s or anything, salaries depend on geographic region as some areas have a higher cost of living and salaries will rise, salaries depend on position where getting management positions depend on politics and connections, etc. and more stupid logic: Mcgill is declining because Montreal isn?t the financial centre of Canada anymore? I never knew Cambridge Mass., Princeton NJ, and New Haven Conn are the financial capitals of the states. Bud, give it up, your fanboyism is concerning, you need some reverse brainwashing.
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I can´t tell if your serious or if your a troll. In any case, your grammar is terrible. I suggest enrolling in a writing class at York.

[15-05-2006,04:19]
Anonymous
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I got admissions from both but finally I chose Schulich. Every school ia unique and everyone has different reasons to choose a B-school. Make your decision based on your situation...
[13-04-2010,23:34]
Anonymous



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