Dalhousie University - Rowe School of Business | MBA programs

Dalhousie University

Dalhousie University
Rowe School of Business
6100 University Avenue
Halifax
Nova Scotia
Canada, B3H 4R2

1.902.494.2582
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Corporate Residency MBA

Halifax
2-year, full-time program
IntakeJune
CostCanadian citizen or permanent resident: $49,100
Visa student: $67,600
Application fee$115 CDN
Admission Requirements
  • A four-year Bachelor's degree, in any discipline, recognized by Dalhousie
  • A GPA of B (or 3.0) or better in the final two years
Application Checklist
  • For candidates who have a degree from a non-English-language university, whose native tongue is not English: TOEFL, MELAB, IELTS, CAEL
  • Official transcripts from all colleges/universities previously attended
  • GMAT score
  • Two academic letters of reference
  • Resume
  • Personal essay
  • A brief summary of your curriculum vitae that will grab the reader's attention
  • Letter of financial guarantee (for non-Canadian students)
  • Interviews

Blended Online MBA

Halifax, online
Online program
The program combines 90% online learning with three-to-five-day intensive sessions held in select cities across Canada.
SpecializationFinancial Services, Leadership
DurationIn as few as two and a half or as many as seven years
IntakeSeptember, January, May
Application fee$115 CDN
Application Checklist
  • Two academic or employment references
  • Personal statement
  • Official transcripts from any/all post-secondary institutions you have attended
  • Resume
  • International applicants must submit either their GMAT, GRE or TOEFL score
  • Confirmation of employment

Corporate Residency MBA/JD

Halifax
Dual program
The joint MBA/JD program allows students to obtain both a law degree and a Master of Business Administration degree in four years. Students normally complete one full year of business studies, then a year of law or vice versa. The rest of thestudies are a combination of business and law courses.