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Admissions

The application process for Smith's Executive MBA program is a rolling admissions process. Once a file is complete it is considered. However, applicants are encouraged to apply early as each boardroom location has limited space and availability and classes fill quickly.

A dedicated Application Advisor will work with prospective students to complete the admissions process. The Advisor will first provide an initial preliminary assessment to determine eligibility, and once an applicant’s candidacy for the EMBA program is determined, the Advisor will outline final steps and present the completed file to the Admissions Committee.

There is no fee to apply to Smith's Executive MBA program.

Admission Requirements

A holistic approach is taken when assessing an individual’s candidacy for the program. We encourage interested individuals to book a virtual consultation with a member of our admissions team, or submit a resume for a preliminary assessment.

Work Experience – Applicants must demonstrate evidence of management experience, either project management or people management. While most applicants have 10 years of work experience, consideration is given to all applicants who are able to show evidence of progressive professional experience.

Management Experience – Applicants must have evidence of leadership experience. It is mandatory to have several years of people/project management experience.

Academic Experience – An undergraduate degree is encouraged, but not necessary for those with extensive experience. Applicants without an undergraduate degree will be required to complete the Executive Assessment.

Geographic Restrictions – Applicants must be living and working in North America.

Admission Process

Step
One

Apply

Step
Two

Complete your Application File

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