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A photo of Mikeyboy Mikeyboy
Hey I was just wondering which business school would be best for undergraduate studies. University of Calgary Haskayne, Concordia John Molson, Alberta business school, or SImon Fraser?

Thanks alot

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What is your average? If you have over 85 than there are far better universities for you to choose from in terms of undergraduate business.
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My average is 85-87. What schools would you recommend?
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Are you looking for a school in a specific location?

If you're only looking at west coast schools, I've heard UBC has an amazing business school. There's co-op too but I'm not sure what the cut-offs are.
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You would need more than 87% for UBC, unless you have a brilliant supplemental.
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@Mikeyboy wrote
Hey I was just wondering which business school would be best for undergraduate studies. University of Calgary Haskayne, Concordia John Molson, Alberta business school, or SImon Fraser?

Thanks alot




For finance, choose Haskayne but only if you're interested in working in the energy sector (which pays handsomely) in Calgary after graduation.

Simon Fraser just got $22 million from the Beedie family and it could boost their rep a bit. So far SFU Business is renowned for two things: international business and information technology.

John Molson School is starting to builds its rep and has strong finance and marketing programs. Their new business building is LEED-certified and is one of the largest I've seen.

Not much I know about Alberta, except that it is regarded as a research-focused business school.
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