John Molson School of Business, Concordia University

John Molson School of Business, Concordia University

Student Body

Male vs. Female ratio:


Age range:

24-35 years

Average age:

28 years

Degree background:

Computer Science/Engineering – 40%; Commerce/Business Administration – 24%; Science – 10%; Economics/Arts – 21%; Medicine – 3%; Other – 2%

International students:


International student diversity:

Europe: 6%
North America: 51%
Central/South America: 5%
Middle East: 9%
Asia and Oceania: 23%
Africa: 6%

Admission Requirements

University degree:

Undergraduate degree with GPA 3.0 (B) or equivalent. EMBA may consider non-degree candidates

Aptitude tests:

IELTS – minimum 7 (and minimum 6.5 in each category)
TOEFL iBT – minimum 95 (and minimum 20 in each category)
Duolingo – 120+

Language tests:



3 professional or academic references

Minimum work experience:

2 years


Application fees:

CAD 100

Tuition fees:

MBA: CAD 45,000 approx. (international students)/ CAD 15,000 approx (Canadian / PR – non Quebec)/ CAD 6,500 approx (Canadian / PR – Quebec); MBA-CFA: CAD 87,000 (international students)/ CAD 72,000 (Canadians / PR); EMBA: CAD 75,000


Merit-based scholarships (amounts to be determined – usually up to 40%). MBA candidates have access to a broad range of financial support options. For a list of scholarships available, please visit:

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Cultivating the Next Generation of Business Leaders

Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business is one of the leading business schools in Canada, offering programmes at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels with a hands-on, case-based teaching methodology. The central Montreal state-of-the-art facilities are housed in the LEED silver-certified Molson Building, while the Toronto classrooms are located in the heart of the financial district.



Make your mark in three different ways:
At the John Molson School of Business, students can choose one of three paths for their MBA journey.


The Full-time and Part-time MBA programmes address issues of a global economy through an interdisciplinary general management perspective.


The MBA in Investment Management enables students to work towards both the MBA and the CFA charter designations simultaneously while also building their network in Canada’s two financial hubs, Montreal and Toronto.


The Executive MBA programme is for leaders with extensive work experience who are committed to their academic, personal and professional development. All three programmes offer convenient scheduling that allow candidates to continue working while studying. Our experiential and case-based programmes prepare our diverse students for success in a competitive job market, demonstrated by our 91% placement rate within three months of graduation

Programme info

Programme name

John Molson MBA programme

Programme format(s)

2 years Full-time, 3 years Part-time


General Management, Strategy, Experiential Learning, Co-op Internships, Data Analytics (SAS), Investment Management

Language(s) of instruction


Locations of study abroad or international exchanges

Germany, Poland, Norway, Israel, France, India, Japan, Trinidad and Tobago, China, Australia, among many others.

Application deadlines between fall


and spring


Canadians & permanent residents: 1 June for autumn terms and 1 October for winter terms; International (Study Permit) applicants: 1 March for autumn terms and 1 June for winter terms

Starting dates between fall


and spring


3 January 2022 for winter 2022 (tentative)




#1 in Canada for return on investment (QS); #68 in the world & #4 in Canada (The Economist); #94 in the world & #4 in Canada (Bloomberg Businessweek); EMBA Top 3 in Canada (The Economist and CEO Magazine)

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