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Small class size makes each and every student feel personal about their program. Also, all the MBA staff including Director of the program know every student by their name, their strengths and weaknesses. This creates a 'its a family' atmosphere which makes students feel more comfortable.
Most of the networking happens in cities such as Toronto and Calgary. Queen's has a major location disadvantage compared to Rotman or Ivey. For any networking event or a meeting, students need to travel all the way to Toronto or Calgary. For students, investing so much of time to travel while balancing class schedules and assignments is a challenge. Had the campus been in Toronto, there would have been more success rate in terms of campus recruitment or number of students placed before graduation.
The team-based learning at Queen's helps not only with professional development, but also helps with interpersonal skills. It also gives students a support network and family right off the bat. As part of the team-based learning, the team rooms/offices were instrumental to the graduate learning experience as well.
Although the career center staff are encouraging and friendly the structure of the career program is not conducive to individuals who wish to find jobs outside of the more traditional finance or business consulting roles.
The quality of the teaching staff, the classroom experience, coaching services (careers, personal and team) and the strength of the alumni network. Also the reputation of the school.
Employer data includes graduates and current students.
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