Carleton University

Founded in 1942 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, the campus sits on more than 100 acres south of the city centre and it counts with more than three miles of underground passages that connect the 29 buildings that comprise the university.

Carleton University figures in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2011 as number 19 out of 98 universities in Canada and within the top 500 universities worldwide. It is recognized as an institution of great quality and importance in Canada, in all educational, cultural and economic levels.

It occupies the seventh place within canadian universities that fulfil, aside from undergraduate education, research and graduate and doctoral training. Additionally, it counts with McLean’s classification.

Carleton University has 65 programs within 5 faculties: Arts and Social Sciences, Engineering and Design, Public Affairs, Science and the Sprott School of Business.

Due to the dual degree partnership, students enrolled in the MBA are not only considered part of CESA’s community, but are also Carleton University's students and have complete access to its campus.

Find out more about Carleton University here.

Sprott School of Business

Carleton University's Business School develops undergraduate and graduate programs of the highest quality, and it is recognized as one of the most prestigious business schools with an international focus in Canada.

Sprott School of Business focuses its efforts towards three business aspects:

  1. Innovation
  2. International focus
  3. Responsible management

Find out more about Sprott School of Business here.

Accreditations

Carleton University and Sprott School of Business have, among others, the following accreditations:

AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), only 5% of business programs in the world are AACSB accredited

NIBS (Network of International Business Schools)