Class Profile

Queen's MBA Class of 2019

Citizenship

Students: 82
Ages: 23-35
Males: 63% | Females: 37%
Nationalities represented: 10

Average GMAT Score: 650
Average years work experience: 5

Academic backgrounds include business, arts, science, math, economics, engineering, humanities, technology, social science, healthcare and more.

Job Acquisition Statistics

Employed within 6 months of graduation: 92%*

Jobs in:
Canada: 88%
International: 12%

Average starting package: $109,323*

*Classes of 2017 & 2016

Employment by Industry

The following is a partial list of companies that have posted jobs for Queen’s MBAs over the past three years

Consulting:
A.T. Kearney
Accenture
Boston Consulting Group
Capgemini
Capco
Carpedia
Deloitte
Dundee
Corporation
EY
KPMG
McKinsey & Company
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Tata Consulting

Consumer Packaged Goods/Food/ Pharmaceutical:
A&W Food Services of Canada
BD
Campbell’s
Catelli Foods
Clorox
Johnson & Johnson
McCain
Maple Leaf Foods
Molson Coors
Pepsico
Pfizer
Reckitt Benckiser
Unilever

Technology & Communications:
Amazon
Adobe
Bell
Dealer-FX
Google
IBM
Microsoft
Rogers
Salesforce
Telus
Uber
Xerox

Entertainment/Media/ Information:
Disney
Nielsen
Spafax

Investment & Financial Services:
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
BMO
Bond Capital
Brookfield Financial
Byron Capital Markets
Capital One
Canaccord
CIBC
Cormark Securities
CPPIB
Credit Suisse
Dundee Capital Markets
Equitable Bank
HBC
Intact
Mackenzie Investments
Macquarie Group
Manulife
National Bank
RBC
Resource Capital Funds
Scotiabank
Sun Life Financial
Travelers
TD Bank
Waterton Global Resource Management

Construction/Infrastructure/Real Estate:
Aecon
Atlas Property Group
Cadillac Fairview
Emma Capital
Oxford Properties

Automotive:
Jaguar Land Rover Canada
Volkswagen

Manufacturing/Industrial/ Chemical/Electronics:
DuPont
Dow Chemical
GE
Honeywell
Tenaris
Texas Instruments

Energy & Resources:
Atomic Energy of Canada
Haliburton
Imperial Oil
Shell
Suncor
Teck Resources
TransCanada

Luxury Goods:
Christian Dior

Healthcare:
Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
Cardinal Health
Hamilton Health Sciences
Harvard Medical School
Health Canada
Heart & Stroke
The Hospital for Sick Children
John Hopkins University
University Health Network

Retail:
Canadian Tire
Indigo
Loblaw
Staples
Tim Hortons
Walmart

Transportation:
Bombardier
Canadian Pacific Railway

Gaming:
Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation