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Ted Rogers School of Management leads to quick returns

An education from Toronto's Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University pays for itself quickly according a survey conducted by the Ted Rogers School of Management. The survey, which tracked graduate salaries and employment rates found that after completing a program that costs approximately $13,000 "students who were employed within six months of graduating earned an average annual salary of $85,327".

"The topic at hand is Ryerson's Master of Business Administration program, which has Brailovski perked even before he's had his coffee."

"It's a much more cost-effective program," he contends, championing the school from which he graduated just two years ago, after which he landed a job at Scotia Bank."

"The Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University is seated in the heart of downtown Toronto, cushioned close to Yonge and Dundas Square. The location was one of the primary factors that drove Brailovski to complete his MBA at Ryerson, but it's the cost-benefit analysis he insists elaborating upon."

"The tuition is comparatively inexpensive to other schools," he says. "The flexible program is of great, great value: a one-year model, for people wanting to jump-start their careers."

"A common threat of any program is putting up the money, time and energy to study, and then not being able to find a job immediately after. The problem has become increasingly prominent in this wavering economy. Though there is an increasing number of students enrolling in MBA programs, there are fewer and fewer jobs as firms cut back. However, Brailovski says the employment rate for Ryerson MBA students is "phenomenal."

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original source Toronto Star
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