To be accepted into the Ivey School's HBA program, you must be well-rounded, responsible and motivated. The School takes its recruiting seriously, selecting students who come from an increasingly diverse range of countries, industries and experiences.
The Ivey experience is intense and demanding. Students spend hours a day analysing cases and preparing reports. Attendance in class is mandatory and a high standard of performance is expected at all times. At Ivey, you spend a large portion of your time working in teams. Working in small groups for most projects, helps you to learn to respect others, to organize and to combine strengths - important skills in any organization.
There's nothing "academic" about the way Ivey approaches business. The HBA program uses the case method, just
as the Ivey MBA program does. The case method challenges you to make decisions in real life situations, with all the variables, unknowns and time pressures you'll face as managers. The latest in computer simulations and role playing techniques will also hone your practical management skills.
Do you have what it takes to go to Ivey?
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