Schulich's selectivity is crap

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Subject: Schulich's selectivity is crap
Let´s look at Schulich´s selectivity at the graduate level (MBA)...

My friend got into Schulich for a MBA but got rejected from Rotman (UofT), Ivey (Western), and Sauders (UBC).

Queen´s has the highest entrance GMAT, with around 670. UofT follows with around 665, then Western at around 664. York is at 650.

Queen´s selectivity is around 30%, UofT 33%, Western 35%. And York is 55%.

(taken from BusinessWeek - York doesn´t rank very well on here by the way)

Despite the fact that Rotmans (UofT) has a much larger entering class than Schulich, the quality of incoming students at Schulich is still much lower.

And graduating students at Rotmans are paid on average $20k higher (Financial Times).

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[03-05-2006,15:25]
Anonymous
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meh
[03-05-2006,18:02]
Anonymous
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Even Nipissing is more selective!!!
[03-05-2006,21:34]
Anonymous
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Good Students not neccessarily make a good business school.

If the data above is true and correct, then York´s faculty and all other resources and equipments are among the best in the world. It maybe better than Harvard too.

[04-05-2006,00:59]
Anonymous
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"the fact that Rotmans (UofT) has a much larger entering class than Schulich"

I doubt this because York´s Schulich has the largest graduate business school in Canada.

[04-05-2006,01:01]
Anonymous



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