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School Location Tuition Number enrolled Average age Work experience (years) Male/female ratio Duration (months) Details
Athabasca University (Online) $45,000.00 100 41 18 64/36 30+ Established in 1994 as the world's first online MBA
Beedie School of Business (Simon Fraser University) Vancouver $48,500.00 38 40 18 75/25 20 Also offer Americas MBA for Executives and the Executive MBA in Aboriginal Business and Leadership
Haskayne School of Business (University of Calgary)/University of Alberta Calgary $58,000.00 45 38 14.5 69/31 21 Students can choose a specific major undertaking to benefit their company. Offered jointly with University of Alberta
John Molson School of Business (Concordia University) Montreal $68,000.00 19 36 12 63/37 20 Second EMBA program to be launched in Canada, more than 27 years ago
Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business (University of Regina) Regina $39,900.00 25 40 5+ n/a 18 Approachable instructors with industry experience, and small class sizes
McGill University and HEC Montreal Montreal $78,000.00 35+ 41 17 68/32 15 Bilingual program structured with 50% classroom learning, 50% learning from colleagues
Queen's University Kingston $90,000.00 76 39 14.5 72/28 16 Optional international study trip and professional designations
Queen's University and Cornell University Kingston $102,000.00 127 38 12.5 87/13 17 Participants earn one degree from Queen's University and one degree from Cornell University
Richard Ivey School of Business, UWO London, ON and Toronto, ON $95,000.00 56 39 15 72/28 17 Class of 2012 donated $50,000 to an orphanage in Bangalore, India
Richard Ivey School of Business, UWO Hong Kong $116,000.00 32 38 15 60/40 18 Ivey is the world's largest producers of Asian-based business case studies
Rotman OMNIUM Global Executive MBA Program Toronto $85,000.00 36 34.5 11.7 67/33 18 Students can live and work anywhere in the world and travel to teaching modules in locales such as Brazil or Switzerland
Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto) Toronto $89,000.00 56 37.8 14.4 63/38 13 Offers exchange elective with international partner institutions
Royal Roads University Victoria $37,190.00 110 40 16 58/42 18 Program is designed to support experienced professionals
Sandermoen School of Business (University of Fredericton) (Online) $24,500.00 22 43 17 61/39 27 Focus on Global Leadership or Innovation Leadership
Sauder School of Business, UBC Vancouver $42,179.00 22 37 13 48/52 18 40% change careers within nine months of graduation
Schulich School of Business (York University) Toronto $110,000.00 42 37 13 69/31 18 Joint program with Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Sobey School of Business ( Saint Mary`s University) Halifax $45,000.00 25 38 10 75/25 18 Offers international study trip -- most recently to Guangzhou and Hong Kong
Telfer School of Management (University of Ottawa) Ottawa $67,000.00 33 40 15 71/29 21 Curriculum is connected by six business-consulting projects, two involving international trips
Universite Laval Quebec City $16,182.00 34 40 18 72/28 24 More than 80 partnerships with schools across the world, business courses in English and Spanish
Universite de Sherbrooke Longueuil, PQ $22,050.00 25+ 38 14 60/40 16 Every student is matched with a "professional coach" for the duration of program
Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM) Montreal $5,700.00 NA 38 9 60/40 24 EMBA students in Quebec can obtain a double diploma with an affiliated university, such as Universite Paris-Dauphine in France
University of Alberta Edmonton $58,000.00 21 40 14 71/29 20 Students can choose a specific major undertaking to benefit their company. Offered jointly with University of Calgary
University of Prince Edward Island Charlottetown $32,900.00 25+ 38 14 50/50 18 Features a Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship stream of studies

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