Restart selected as a partner of Ivey Business School from Canada

Restart selected as a partner of Ivey Business School from Canada

Restart has been selected by Ivey Business School to be its partner for the Project Leader program in Sarajevo, an MBA-styled, ten-day workshop that empowers entrepreneurs to develop local business solutions that create opportunities for their communities. Ivey Business School (Ivey) is the business school of the University of Western Ontario, a research-intensive university located in London, Ontario, Canada. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Ivey has the best full-time MBA program outside of the United States.

The LEADER Project gather entrepreneurs, managers, company owners and young professionals who act locally and think globally. At the end of the business skills training, they will develop a business plan and present their business pitch to potential investors.
With over 200 alumni, an expanding reach and cooperation with other organizations from the region, the LEADER Project is the most influential business skills training ever to take place in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Companies and startups need to be more competitive and innovative. This boost in theoretical and practical education links an expanding group of people who will be equipped to work together in the local and regional business ecosystem. LEADER also includes an additional group of 44 participants, all of them who are current and future entrepreneurs and business leaders from various backgrounds.

Ivey in the Rankings

In 2010, Ivey became the first North American business school to offer the prestigious CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education, joining the likes of the London School of Economics, HEC Paris, ESADE, and Bocconi University.

Bloomberg Businessweek ranked their MBA program as the # 1 international MBA program (outside the United States) two years in a row.

Number one in the 2015 recruiter survey for Bloomberg Businessweek Ivey’s MBA graduates ranked first and leadership skills, strategic thinking, collaboration and communications skills – among the most-wanted and hardest-to-find skills sought after by employers.

Number OneAccording to the 2016 Financial Times ranking, their MBA program has the highest recorded salaries three years after graduation of any Canadian business school and scored top marks for career management service satisfaction.

Number OneOur Executive Education program is ranked # 1 in Canada by the Financial Times.

The Economist ranked their MBA program 2nd in Canada.

MedalIn 2015 the School received a bronze medal in the Nurturing Employability category at the prestigious Wharton-QS Stars ReImagine Education Awards.

MedalRanked Top 10 in the World for Alumni Network.
*The Economist 2015 MBA Rankings.

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