The University of Fredericton’s Sandermoen School of Business has been named to the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business annual roundup of Canada’s best MBA and EMBA programs.
The comprehensive guide aims to help readers find the best program for them and includes cost, international credibility, and schedules.
“The inclusion of the Sandermoen School of Business in the Guide is always interesting as it provides an opportunity to view the calibre of our students alongside the best and brightest in Canada,” said Trevor Pothier, the Vice President of Advancement at the University of Fredericton. “We’re proud to have a body of students that are exceptionally experienced, and who bring that experience to our virtual classrooms from across Canada.”
The guide notes that within three years of receiving an EMBA, 52% of grads gain new responsibilities in their job, 41% get a promotion, and students can expect an average of 14.2% increase in compensation.
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