About Our MBA Program

Develop the skills to succeed in a global marketplace

An Education and an Experience

AACSB-logoMemorial MBA graduates get much more than three letters after their names. They get an education and an experience.

Memorial University is consistently ranked in the top five comprehensive universities in Canada and AACSB-accredited Faculty of Business Administration is internationally recognized for excellence in teaching and research. These high standards attract top students with a diverse array of experiences and backgrounds.

An internationally-accredited program with a curriculum that is both rigorous and relevant and compels you to participate, Memorial’s MBA delivers the business fundamentals and skills to help you succeed locally, nationally and globally.


Memorial University's MBA is a degree with a difference.  Our MBA program is offered on campus in St. John’s and is not available online.


  • Small class sizes
  • Flexible full-time and part-time options
  • Experiential learning opportunities such as participating in case competitions and management consulting engagements
  • Variety of teaching approaches
  • International exchange opportunities

Our progressive course structures and high academic standards produce highly-skilled graduates capable of competing in the global marketplace.

Teaching Approaches

We use a combination of teaching styles to engage students and encourage their participation. Small classes allow for enhanced student-faculty interaction and greater personal instruction, while a mix of part-time and full-time students enhances classroom discussion.

This strategy strengthens students’ communication skills and develops a broad knowledge base in our graduates. Teaching approaches include case studies, role playing, lectures, research projects and interactive simulations.

Current Student Profile

  • Full-time students: 53
  • Part-time students: 76
  • Average age: 30
  • Average GMAT score: 590
  • Average work experience: 5.7 years
  • Applications for 2017-2018: 180
  • Accepted for 2017-2018: 66
  • Class sizes: 10-40 students