About Queen's School of Business
Queen’s University is world-renowned for its academic excellence and exceptional student experience, and Queen’s Commerce is one of the university’s premier programs. With a history dating back to 1841, Queen’s has long enjoyed the reputation of Canada’s “Ivy League” university and is consistently ranked among Canada’s very best.
Queen’s School of Business is one of the world’s premier business schools. It is the only Canadian business school to be consistently ranked among the world’s top 30 business schools by Bloomberg BusinessWeek. In fact, they currently rank Queen’s Executive MBA #1 in Canada, and have ranked Queen's full-time MBA #1 in the world from 2002 to 2010 years in their ranking of non-U.S. business schools.
Excellence and Innovation
In April of 2010, the Environics Research Group published a report on business education in Canada. The report summarizes a survey of senior executives across Canada, in which they were asked to rank Canadian business schools on a number of parameters.
This report names Queen’s School of Business as:
- Canada’s most innovative business school
- having the best business school faculty in Canada
- the business school with the highest academic standards in Canada
In addition to its outstanding academic programs, Queen’s School of Business is also actively engaged in both practical and theoretical research, with research centres in the areas of Socially Responsible Leadership, Governance, Knowledge Management, and Business Venturing.
A Global Perspective
At Queen’s School of Business, internationalization is a strategic priority. In keeping with this perspective, the School maintains exchange partnership with more than 90 top business schools in over 40 countries. Each year we welcome more than 300 international exchange students to our programs. Queen’s was also the first business school in Canada to offer a Master’s degree in International Business.
Queen’s School of Business is also actively involved in Global Advocacy for Responsible Leadership. It is a founding member of two leading global initiatives - the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) and PRIME (Principles for Responsible Management Education), both supported through the efforts the United Nations Global Compact.