Gustavson School of Business rankings

MGB students and former Associate Director John Oldale celebrate the program's ranking in the Financial Times
Celebrating the Master of Global Business program's ranking in the Financial Times Top 95 Master in Management programs

Gustavson's rankings demonstrate significant achievements in areas of key important to us:

This recognition shows our success in enacting our values, and strengthens our reputation as a school with a deep sense of purpose.

"Rankings are one component of the multiple ways business schools are assessed. We are proud of the rankings we have received, in particular, those that highlight accomplishments in our main areas of focus. I invite you to look at the stories behind the statistics to truly appreciate what makes the Gustavson School of Business so special." 

Saul Klein
Dean of the Gustavson School of Business

Recognizing responsible leadership

Corporate Knights' Better World MBA ranking once again recognizes Gustavson for its global leadership in sustainable business education.

Leading and learning on the world stage

Our Master of Global Business is #4 in North America and #1 in Western Canada on the Financial Times Top 100 Masters in Management

Showing commitment to sustainability

Times Higher Education Impact Rankings show that UVic is #12 in the world in meeting the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.

Researching the future of entrepreneurship 

Global research rankings show that Gustavson is #7 in Canada and #43 out of 342 schools in research-focused ranking of entrepreneurial programs. 


Top business universities:
  • 2023 - 15th out of 20
  • 2021 - 17th out of 20
  • 2020 - 18th out of 20
  • 2018 - 17th out of 20 (tied with Université du Québec à Montréal)
  • 2017 - 18th out of 20 
Comprehensive university rankings (University of Victoria):
  • 2023 - 2nd out of 15
  • 2022 - 1st out of 15 (tied with Simon Fraser University)
  • 2021 - 2nd out of 15 (tied with the University of Waterloo)
  • 2020 - 2nd out of 15
  • 2019 - 2nd out of 15
  • 2018 - 2nd out of 15
  • 2017 - 3rd out of 16