An MBA and Chartered Manager designation from two of the world's leading institutions!
Get a University of London MBA degree entirely online.
University of London MBA program partnership offers you the flexibility to accomplish your studies around your working life.
The University of London Global Master of Business Administration program is available online to students in Canada. As a result of a new and exciting partnership with CIM | Chartered Managers Canada, Canadian students will also benefit by becoming CIM members upon admission to the program as well as be eligible to obtain the Chartered Manager (C.Mgr) designation upon completion of the program at no additional cost.
Both CIM | Chartered Managers Canada and the University of London have a long history of educating and transforming lives. Founded in the 1942 as a not-for-profit corporation CIM | Chartered Managers Canada has provided education and professional certification to over 80,000 managers. The University of London, since 1836, has been one of the world's leading public universities with a current enrollment of over 200,000 students. Together, these two institutions have come together to offer a first of its kind collaborative degree and designation in one affordable and flexible package!
"This new Global MBA delivers on so many levels in addressing the challenges facing today's global business leaders, in addition to preparing more for the future." – Professor Sir Adrian Smith FRS Vice-Chancellor, University of London
"From the very beginning this course has provided useful learning. The virtual learning environment is user-friendly and nicely optimized for mobile, which allows me to study on the move – whether on my daily commute or travelling further afield for work. Not coming from a finance background I've enjoyed learning more about the factors that influence investment decisions. I already feel better equipped to understand my organization, and I will put this to good use in my own role when evaluating opportunities with prospective partners."
– Ibrahim El Mayet, Student, United Kingdom