The Ted Rogers School of Management’s master of business administration (MBA) program was ranked fourth worldwide in terms of teaching collaboration by a Bloomberg Businessweek survey conducted in late 2019.
Graduates of the program, as well as over 10,000 other students from 126 schools, participated in a Bloomberg Businessweek survey that asked students to grade their own schools based on several categories.
The survey included questions and statements, including:
- My instructors were inspiring and supportive.
- I learned skills directly applicable to real-world business situations.
- Competition was healthy, not hostile, among students.
- My education inspired me to pursue an ethical career.
- My school’s name and prestige attract recruiters.
- Recruiters that work with the school represent a wide range of geographies.
- Courses were taught by the right mixture of academics and business professionals.
Alongside ranking fourth in teaching collaboration, the Ted Rogers MBA program ranked No. 1 across Canada for creating an environment based on healthy and not hostile competition.
Hong Yu, the associate dean of graduate programs at Ted Rogers, said that this type of recognition is incredible because the program itself is built on the belief that co-operation is key. Yu also said co-operation is why Ted Rogers MB graduates are so highly sought out by employers.