Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada

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Subject: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada
Financial Times MBA ranking 2007

1. UofT Rotman

2. UWO Ivey

3. York Schulich


[30-01-2007,06:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
I remeber last year it was the schulich kid jumping for joy for being no. 1, in like the only ranking.

where have they all gone nowadays?

[30-01-2007,09:41]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
so what! you act like you´re suprised. uoft has always been number one in everythin in canada for like forever
[30-01-2007,13:22]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
UofT is the richest university in Canada, just like Harvard, the richest university in the States. In conclusion: UofT = Harvard
[30-01-2007,16:34]
Anonymous
Mcgill get's downgraded big time (in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
wow... ouch.

From 44th to 90th.


[30-01-2007,16:58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
agree that U of T is the best in Canada but to compare it to Harvard is a little absurd to say the least
[30-01-2007,21:52]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
McGill will soon join Concordia, Alberta, and Queen´s as bottom-feeders and off the radar of elite business schools. :-)

Seriously, the problem isn´t Canada´s business schools, it´s just that there are few good paying jobs in Canada.

It´s time to move to Australia!

[31-01-2007,17:06]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
Canadian business schools have lost ground in this year´s Financial Times rankings of global MBA academies, with the University of Toronto´s Rotman School of Management falling the shortest distance, thus allowing it to reclaim No. 1 status in Canada.

One major loser in the global Top 100 survey is York University´s Schulich School of Business, which tumbles to 49th spot over all from 18th last year, thus ceding the No. 1 Canadian ranking to the Rotman School.

Other Canadian casualties include the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, which plunges to No. 90 in 2007 from No. 44 in 2006, and the Queen´s University School of Business, which falls out of the Top-100 ranking, after placing 87th last year.

The FT rankings, to be released today, are the most closely watched by prospective students, faculties and recruiters among the plethora of business school rankings. They are based on a wide variety of data measurements, including salary levels, as well as responses of recent alumni.

Rotman, Schulich and the Ivey School at University of Western Ontario are engaged in a fierce contest for bragging rights to Canadian supremacy, particularly in the critical Southern Ontario market.

Rotman ranks 27th globally this year, down from 24th last year and 21st the year before, while Ivey comes in at 41st spot, down from 31st in 2006 and 34th in 2005.

In addition to being No. 2 in Canada this year, Ivey stands fifth in alumni ratings of the top world schools in teaching general management.

The University of British Columbia´s Sauder School of Business comes in at No. 77 over all, down from 71 the previous year and 55 the year before that.


[31-01-2007,17:12]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Financial Times: Rotman UofT: No.1 in Canada)
Queens = Badd
[31-01-2007,21:54]
Anonymous



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