Interested in the case method? If you plan to study in Canada, you have one option: Ivey Business School of Western University, the only school in the country that teaches using the lecture-free approach invented at Harvard.
“In the Ivey MBA classroom, we teach you how to think — how to make decisions with too much or too little information, how to influence critical decision-makers, and how to motivate them to buy in to the solution,” says Ivan Langrish, senior communications manager at Ivey, located in Canada’s largest city, Toronto. “The classroom simulates the real challenges faced by business leaders as you’re called on to analyze data, develop alternatives, make and defend your recommendations and execute. You’ll practice business in a risk-free environment every day, learning from your mistakes and building your confidence.”
As with the case method, Ivey also takes pride in three applied learning opportunities quite unlike any others found in similar one-year MBA programs, Langrish says: its Field Project (IFP), its LEADER Project, and its international study trip.
Round 2: 17 July 2017
Round 3: 25 September 2017
Round 4: 13 November 2017
Round 5: 08 January 2018
Decision 2: 11 September 2017
Decision 3: 20 November 2017
Decision 4: 08 January 2018
Decision 5: 19 February 2018
Essay 1 –
What are your short-term career plans immediately post-MBA, and why is an Ivey MBA essential to those plans? (250 words)
Essay 2 –
What is the most important issue that you’ve ever changed your mind about? (250 words)
Reapplicant Essay –
Please highlight any significant changes / developments since your previous application to Ivey?
Video Essay –
You will have an opportunity to practice your video essay prior to recording it. You must submit your video essay in KIRA in order to be able to submit your completed application.
Ivey Resume –
Resume demonstrating a minimum of two years, full-time work experience.