Upgrading your business degree can pay huge dividends in the long-run-especially for your salary.
Canadian Business has looked at which MBA programs lead to the biggest pay raises. To find this figure, we tallied the difference between the average salaries upon entering an MBA program and after completing it. So for instance, students at the Schulich School of Business enter with an average salary of $41,149. In their first post-MBA job, their average salary is $90,000, which totals an average pay raise of $48,851.
MORE RELATED TO THIS STORY
—2 Canadian universities crack world’s top 20
—Canada tops world’s most educated nations
Here are the average salary increases across Canada's MBA programs, going from smallest to biggest. Note that not every MBA program is included on the list, only those that provided data.
Average salary increase: $11,342
Average entering salary: $45,158 | Average starting salary: $56,500
Tuition: $10,163 | Break-even (years): 0.9
*Gallery doesn't include all Canadian MBA programs, only those that provided data.