"To develop business leaders who think globally, act strategically, and contribute to the societies in which they operate."
- Full-time undergraduate Honors Business Administration (HBA)
- Full-time graduate degree programs (MBA, MSc and PhD)
- Executive MBA (EMBA) program in two locations: Downtown Toronto (Tangerine Leadership Centre) and Hong Kong
- Executive Education (Open Enrollment and Custom Programs)
- 109 full time faculty
- 98 Professors
- 11 Lecturers
More than 25,000 degree alumni and 15,000 Executive Education alumni in 105 countries.
Ivey Business School is located on Western University's campus in London, Ontario, Canada midway between Toronto and Detroit, Michigan. Within London, it also offers programs a short distance off of Western's campus at the Ivey Spencer Leadership Centre.
Ivey has also branched outside of London, operating from its downtown Toronto campus at Tangerine Leadership Centre and its Hong Kong campus, Cheng Yu Tung Management Institute.
- Ivey’s Case-Method of Learning prepares students for success and offers a powerful alumni network and exceptional career opportunities
- Ivey Business School has earned an international reputation for its teaching and research excellence and the high calibre of its students and faculty
- 52 per cent of all Ivey alumni hold the title of Chair, President, C-Suite, Vice-President, Managing Director or Partner
- Ivey has been named the top-ranked international MBA program by Bloomberg Businessweek in both 2015 and 2014
- Renowned for its Case-Method of Learning, Ivey Business School is one of the two most important producers of business cases in the world alongside Harvard
- Ivey is the world's largest producer of current Asian and Indian business cases
- First international business school to open a permanent campus in Hong Kong
- 19 Ivey alumni running Profit 100 Fastest-Growing Companies
- 92-per-cent Career Placement rate for the MBA class of 2015
- Ivey Business School is home to Ivey Business Journal, a top Canadian publication of business thought leadership and management practice for more than 80 years
Updated December 2015