MBA programs can be especially expensive for international applicants. Most MBA programs can go as high up as $210,000 in the United States. Fortunately, some top universities in Canada offer high quality MBA program but at affordable rates for international students. In this article, we will examine the top 5 low tuition MBA universities for international students.
Memorial University: $4,400 per year
The Small class sizes available at Memorial University allow international MBA students plenty of personalized one on one interaction with faculty member. Full- and part-time options allow for flexibility, too. Teaching methods include case studies and role-playing in addition to in-class instruction. The school’s MBA program is the first to require participants to take a course in corporate social responsibility. Classes usually start in September.
Université du Québec à Montréal: $8,000 per year
This is a French-language MBA school and the very first in the province to offer a certified management consultant designation. This standard MBA places high premium on management consulting, but offers a distinguishable degree that combines science and engineering. (Candidates for the latter program must have a graduate or undergraduate degree in science or engineering.) During the final semester of the course, students will be expected to create a business plan for a newly launched product or venture, a project that often involves research in a foreign country. To help foster ties among graduates, the school is currently forming an alumni association. Classes for both MBAs start in September and January.
Université de Moncton $9,810.00 per year
Université de Moncton formally used t offers MBA English programs, however these MBA programs in english have been suspended until further notice. Participants in the French-language stream can choose from two tracks: a co-op program with two work placements lasting between 14 and 16 weeks, and a regular program in which students work on a major project incorporating course material. Candidates have the option to complete their second year at a partner institution in France to earn a joint degree.
The Concordia University MBA
John Molson prides itself on offering the oldest and largest international case competition for MBA students—this year marks its 35th anniversary. The competition gives students a chance to solve challenging real-world business problems, and the winning team receives $10,000. Students enrolled in the MBA program have a wide range of electives to choose from and can customize their learning paths to specialize in areas such as entrepreneurship, marketing and not-for-profit. Courses start in September and January.
Sprott School of Business $16,720.00