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    Copenhagen Business School

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    ITAM Executive MBA

    Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

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    Score 3.25

    8


    The Fisher Executive MBA

    Fisher College of Business

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    The Fisher Executive MBA

    Score 3.89

    8


    Fox Executive MBA

    The Richard J. Fox School of Business and Management

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    Score 3.98

    8


    Georgia Tech Executive MBA

    Scheller College of Business

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    Score 4.07

    8


    The Foster Executive MBA

    Foster School of Business

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    Score 3.83

    9


    University of Sydney Global Executive MBA (GEMBA)

    The University of Sydney Business School

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    Score 3.44

    9


    Broad Executive MBA

    Eli Broad College of Business

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    Broad Executive MBA

    Score 3.86

    9


    Katz EMBA Worldwide Program

    Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business

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    Score 3.94

    9


    The Texas Executive MBA Program

    McCombs School of Business

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    Score 4.05

    9


    Executive MBA at Loyola Marymount University

    Loyola Marymount University

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    Executive MBA at Loyola Marymount University

    Score 3.75

    9


    IAE Executive MBA

    Austral University

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    Score 3.25

    9


    IE Executive MBA

    IE University

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    Score 4.02

    10


    University of Melbourne Executive MBA

    Melbourne Business School

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    Score 3.43

    10


    Business School Sao Paulo Executive MBA

    Business School Sao Paulo

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    Score 3.20

    10


    The Carlson Executive MBA – Minneapolis

    Carlson Executive MBA

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    Score 3.74

    10


    The Fordham Executive MBA

    Gabelli School of Business

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    Score 3.93

    10


    The University of Florida Executive MBA

    Warrington College of Business

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    Score 4.03

    10


    The UC Irvine Executive MBA Program

    The Paul Merage School of Business

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    The UC Irvine Executive MBA Program

    Score 3.72

    10


    Imperial Executive MBA

    Imperial College Business School

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    Score 3.96

    11


    The Warwick Executive MBA

    Warwick Business School

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    Score 3.96

    11


    The Wisconsin Executive MBA Program

    Wisconsin School of Business

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    Score 3.60

    11


    The Simon Executive MBA

    William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration

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    Score 3.93

    11


    The Miami Executive MBA for the Americas

    School of Business Administration

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    Score 4.03

    11


    The Pepperdine University Executive MBA

    Graziadio School of Business and Management

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    Score 3.52

    11


    IEDE Executive MBA

    Universidad Europea de Madrid

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    Score 3.11

    11


    MBA Executive at University of Auckland

    University of Auckland

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    Score 3.38

    12


    RMIT Executive MBA (Vietnam)

    RMIT University

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    Score 3.32

    12


    The Cass Business School Executive MBA

    The Cass Business School

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    Score 3.93

    12


    The Iowa EMBA Program

    Tippie College of Business

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    Score 3.44

    12


    The Vanderbilt Executive MBA

    Owen Graduate School of Management

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    Score 4.02

    12


    The University of Denver Executive MBA

    Daniels College of Business

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    Score 3.46

    12


    ESPM International Executive MBA

    ESPM – Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing

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    Score 3.07

    12


    St. Joseph’s Executive MBA

    St. Joseph’s University

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    Score 3.71

    13


    University of New South Wales MBA Executive

    UNSW AGSM Business School

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    Score 3.26

    13


    SDA Bocconi School of Management Global Executive MBA

    Bocconi School of Management – GEMBA

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    Score 3.93

    13


    Pontifical Catholic University Executive Global MBA

    Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

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    Score 3.01

    13


    The Xavier Executive MBA

    Williams College of Business

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    Score 3.37

    13


    Texas A&M University Executive MBA

    Mays Business School

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    Score 4.00

    13


    San Diego State University Executive MBA

    College of Business Administration

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    Score 3.41

    13


    Drexel University – LeBow EMBA

    Drexel University

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    Score 3.41

    14


    HEC Lausanne Executive MBA

    Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC Lausanne)

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    Score 3.93

    14


    Boston University EMBA

    Questrom School of Business

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    Score 3.41

    14


    University of Georgia, Executive MBA

    Terry College of Business

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    Score 3.96

    14


    Aventis Executive MBA

    Aventis

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    Score 3.25

    14


    Drucker Executive MBA

    Claremont Graduate University

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    Score 3.41

    14


    Kent State EMBA

    Kent State University

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    Score 3.13

    15


    The Cranfield Executive MBA

    Cranfield School of Management

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    Score 3.89

    15


    Quinlan EMBA

    Quinlan School of Business

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    Score 3.13

    15


    Zicklin Executive MBA Program

    Zicklin School of Business

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    Score 3.36

    15


    The Smith Executive MBA

    Robert H. Smith School of Business

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    Score 3.92

    15


    BYU Executive MBA Program

    Brigham Young University

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    Score 3.37

    16


    University of Zurich EMBA

    Faculty of Economics

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    Score 3.85

    16


    CU EMBA

    Graduate Schools of Business at the University of Colorado (Boulder, Denver, and Colorado Springs)

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    Score 3.25

    16


    Rochester Institute of Technology EMBA

    Rochester Institute of Technology

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    Score 3.34

    16


    Texas Christian University Executive MBA

    Texas Christian University

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    Score 3.90

    17


    The ESADE Executive MBA

    ESADE – Escola Superior d’Administració i Direcció d’Empreses

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    Score 3.81

    17


    USF Executive MBA

    University of San Francisco School of Management

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    Score 3.25

    17


    Baylor Executive MBA

    Baylor University

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    Score 3.68

    17


    Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing MBA for Executives

    St. Joseph’s University

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    Score 3.32

    18


    Executive MBA in General Management

    Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

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    Score 3.72

    18


    Saint Mary’s Executive MBA Program

    School of Economics and Business Administration

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    Score 3.23

    18


    Duke Weekend Executive MBA

    Duke University

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    Score 3.65

    18


    University of Buffalo EMBA

    University of Buffalo of SUNY

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    Score 3.15

    19


    ESCP Europe EMBA

    ESCP Europe Business School

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    Score 3.62

    19


    The World Executive MBA with Cyber Security

    George Washington School of Business

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    Score 3.64

    19


    Oregon Executive MBA

    University of Oregon

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    Score 3.09

    19


    UConn Executive MBA

    University of Connecticut

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    Score 3.13

    20


    The ESMT Executive MBA

    ESMT Berlin

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    Score 3.58

    20


    Auburn Executive MBA

    Raymond J. Harbert College of Business

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    Auburn Executive MBA

    Score 3.42

    20


    Chapman University EMBA

    Argyros School of Business and Economics

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    Chapman University EMBA

    Score 3.04

    21


    The IESE Executive MBA

    IESE Business School

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    Score 3.56

    21


    The William and Mary Executive MBA Program

    Raymond A. Mason School of Business

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    Score 3.40

    22


    EMLYON Executive MBA

    EMLYON Business School

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    Score 3.46

    22


    Executive MBA at Florida Atlantic University

    Florida Atlantic University

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    Score 3.40

    23


    Tulane Executive MBA

    Freeman School of Business, Stewart Center for Executive Programs

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    Score 3.36

    23


    CEIBS Executive MBA

    Zurich China Europe International Business School

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    Score 3.26

    24


    George Mason Executive MBA Program

    George Mason School of Business

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    Score 3.36

    24


    Multinational MBA at ESADE

    Romon Llull University

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    Score 3.23

    25


    Mannheim EMBA

    Mannheim Business School

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    Score 3.12

    25


    Virginia Tech Executive MBA

    Virginia Tech

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    Score 3.34

    26


    Kedge Global Executive MBA

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    Score 3.11

    26


    Executive MBA at Rollins College

    Rollins College

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    Score 3.33

    27


    Baylor Executive MBA in Healthcare

    Baylor University

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    Score 3.31

    28


    The Executive MBA at UT Dallas

    Naveen Jindal School of Management

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    Score 3.31

    29


    Florida International University Executive MBA

    FIU College of Business

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    Score 3.27

    30


    University of Tampa Executive MBA

    University of Tampa

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    Score 3.20

    31


    The Robinson EMBA Program

    J. Mack Robinson College of Business

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    Score 3.19

    34


    The Rotman One-Year Executive MBA Program

    Rotman School of Management

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    Score 4.05

    43


    Ivey EMBA Program

    Ivey Business School

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    Score 3.98

    How did we get this?

    2018 Rankings Methodology

    Purpose of the Study

    The purpose of the study is three fold:

    • To help our community members and visitors to the Ivy Exec website learn more about top * Executive MBA offerings worldwide and how they compare based on factors our community deems important for differentiating among top Executive MBA offerings;
    • To serve as a third party source of data that can help EMBA prospects validate their tuition investment decision should they decide to apply to one of the ranked programs represented in the rankings; and
    • To help Ivy Exec’s education partners attract top caliber students and gain insights that will help them continue to refine their Executive MBA value propositions;

    Study Approach

    The study was conducted in two parts.

    • The first part identified the set of top programs to be evaluated. Sources used included Ivy Exec’s 2017 list of Top EMBA Programs , as well as other widely published rankings of EMBA programs, and programs attended by the Ivy Exec professional community.
    • The second part asked the community to evaluate approximately 200 different Executive MBA programs, answering 18 scoring questions related to Career Advancement, Curriculum, Prestige, the Global Experience, and Life Balance. These comparative criteria were originally identified for the 2017 study by the Ivy Exec members.

    The 2018 survey was conducted in a regionalized manner. Each participant from Asia/Pacific, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Middle East/Africa and the US regions was asked to share their perceptions on five EMBA programs from their region, choosing the five programs from a pre-defined list of between 15 and 25 programs based in their region. The survey participants compared their five chosen programs, answering questions based on the comparative criteria, using a five point scale.

    Scoring Methodology Description

    The scoring methodology is based on two data sets – the Survey Results and a proprietary Market Index. The proprietary Market Index calculation was based on a compilation of Executive MBA programs’ prior rankings published in 2017 by major publications.

    The results from these two data sets were combined in a weighted calculation to derive a final score. The rankings were based on the final score for each program. 2018 rankings have been calculated at both the regional and the global levels.

    Summary of Data Sources

    The data presented in the actual rankings reflects the views and opinions of 6,245 survey participants. The study excluded participants with less than 7 years of work experience and entry level titles. 70% of the respondent pool had an MBA/EMBA and 30% did not yet have an MBA/EMBA.

    Beyond rankings data that reflects Ivy Exec members’ perceptions of the ranked programs, all other program data provided on individual program pages was either sourced directly from the administration of the programs when possible, or from publicly available information, including: program websites, program brochures and other widely published sources (e.g., the ROI statistic on program pages is from Financial Times Global Executive MBA Ranking 2017, if an alternative data point was not provided by the ranked program.) Ivy Exec has made its best effort to accurately represent specific program information on the individual program pages, using the sources cited herein.

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    North America’s business schools top the global rankings time and time again, and while Canada’s institutions might not have the same reputability as some of their US counterparts, they’re still among the best in the industry.

    Here are the top 10 business schools in Canada this year: 

    1. The Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

    Number one on our top 10 Canadian business school list is Rotman , part of the University of Toronto. This competitive school is highly selective and regularly ranks among the best in the world. This year, it’s in the top 50 institutions worldwide (43rd). Within Canada, Rotman is ranked first for thought leadership, second for return on investment and for diversity, third for employability, and fifth for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes.

     2. Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario

    In second place is Ivey , one of the most prominent business schools in Canada, and North America in general. The institution ranks 48th globally, making it the second Canadian institution to secure a place in the global top 50. In terms of specific criteria, it ranks first for both entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, and employability in the country, third for return on investment, fourth for thought leadership and seventh for diversity.

    3. The Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University

    In bronze position is the Desautels Faculty of Management , part of McGill University. The institution is ranked 66th in the QS Global MBA Rankings 2018 . In Canada itself, it ranks second for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, third for thought leadership, fourth for return on investment, fifth for employability, and sixth for diversity.

    4. Schulich School of Business, York University

    The Schulich School of Business is the second institution in the top 10 located in Toronto and is regularly ranked among the best institutions in the nation. Schulich is ranked joint 82nd in the world for its MBA program. In Canada, it tops the rankings for both diversity and return on investment. It also ranks fifth for thought leadership, and seventh for both employability, and entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes.

    5. The Smith School of Business, Queen’s University

    The Smith School of Business is ranked 88th in the Global MBA Rankings 2018, and within Canada itself it’s ranked fifth. For individual criteria, the institution is ranked second for employability, sixth for thought leadership, eighth for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, 10th for return on investment and 12th for diversity.

    6. HEC Montréal

    Modelled on the style of the French Grandes Ecoles, HEC Montréal was founded over 100 years ago and has trained over 70,000 students. The institution ranks joint 94th globally – making it the last Canadian business school to rank in the top 100. Within Canada, it ranks third for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, fourth for employability, fifth for return on investment, ninth for thought leadership and 10th for diversity.

    7. The UBC Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia

    After a US$20 million endowment from Dr. William Sauder, the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration was renamed the UBC Sauder School of Business . The institution ranks in the 121-130th bracket globally and is seventh in Canada. For individual criteria, it comes second for thought leadership, sixth for employability, ninth for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, 11th for diversity and 12th for return on investment.

    8. Alberta School of Business

    The Alberta School of Business recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and it was the first school in Canada to be accredited by the AACSB. The institution is ranked in the 141-150th bracket for this year’s ranking and is eighth in Canada. It ranks seventh in the country for thought leadership, eighth for employability and diversity, ninth for return on investment and12th for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes.

     9. DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University

    DeGroote ’s MBA is differentiated from those of other Canadian business schools by its focus on experiential learning, and the possibility to specialize in health services management. The institution is ranked in the top 200 institutions in the world, within the 151-200th bracket, and ninth in Canada. It ranks sixth for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, eighth for thought leadership and ninth for diversity.

    10. Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University

    Sobey ’s was one of the earliest business programs in Canada and remains highly coveted. It’s ranked among the 151-200th bracket of institutions globally and is 10th in our Canadian roundup. It ranks fifth in the country for diversity, sixth for return on investment, 10th for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, 11th for employability and 12th for thought leadership.

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    Amelia Hopkins is a writer for TopMBA, covering the latest news in business and business education. A graduate of the University of Leeds and Yorkshire native, she enjoys reading, travelling and talking incessantly about the countryside.

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    Five Parts: Gaining Support for the Paper Establishing the Basics Getting the First Issue Out Making Your Newspaper Better Sample Articles Community Q&A

    Starting a school newspaper can be a great learning experience. You get to hunt down stories and write about what is going on around you. Plus, it shows you have initiative and drive. Starting a paper will be hard work, though, so be prepared to give as much time and effort as you can, especially when you’re first starting out. You’ll need to get school support, then decide how you want your newspaper to be set up. Once you’ve got that figured out, you can get down to business writing articles.

    Steps

    Part 1

    Gaining Support for the Paper

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      1
      Find a sponsor. You’ll most likely have the easiest time starting a newspaper if you can find a teacher who will sponsor the paper. Ask one of your favorite teachers if they’ll help run it. An English teacher is a great choice. A teacher who works on the yearbook may also be willing to help. [1]

      • You could say, “I’m really interested in journalism, and I’ve noticed we don’t have a school newspaper. I’d like to start one. Would you consider being the sponsor?”
      • In some schools, you may be required to have a sponsor to start something like a newspaper.
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      Approach the authorities. If you can’t find a sponsor, go to the top. That is, ask to speak with the principal or head of the school. They’ll likely be able to help you find the sponsor if you convince them you’re committed to the idea.

      • Even if you do find a sponsor, you’ll still likely need to go talk to the head of the school, but your sponsor should come with you.
      • Set up a formal appointment with the principal or vice principal by talking with the administrative office.
      • You could say, “I have a strong interest in journalism, and I’d like to start a school paper. How do I get started?”
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      3
      Find interested students. You can make your case stronger if you find other people who are interested in working on the newspaper. Ask around to see if anyone would want to write or edit for the paper. You should also find people who may be interested in taking photos or doing layout. [2]

      • Don’t just ask your friends. You want diversity on your staff. Ask people from different groups, organizations, and cliques, so your paper will represent your school better. [3]
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      4
      Figure out money. Most papers take at least some money, though you can do one fairly cheaply if you stick to an electronic paper. However, if you want a print edition, you’ll need to find money somewhere. [4]

      • You may be able to gain revenue for the newspaper by selling ads to local retailers. Set aside certain sections of the paper, then determine how much you want to sell ads for. Approach or call local businesses to see if they’d be willing to pay to advertise.
      • You can also ask the school for money, but budgets are often tight. If that doesn’t work, consider approaching the PTA/PTO. They might hold a fundraiser for you. Alternatively, you could run your own fundraiser, such as a bake sale or car wash.
    5. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 5

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      Pick a location with some key supplies. You’ll need some basic resources when starting a newspaper. Specifically, you’ll need a room to work in, some computers, and ideally a scanner. A printer and pens are also helpful for the editing process. [5]

    Part 2

    Establishing the Basics

    1. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 6

      1
      Choose an audience. The audience is just who reads your paper. Maybe your audience is the whole student body or the student body and faculty. However, maybe you want a newspaper just for band members or for a club you’re in. Choosing an audience is important because it helps you focus your paper.

      • Your audience also helps you determine your format. If you just have a small audience, you probably want an easy electronic format, such as a blog.
    2. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 7

      2
      Pick a format. Traditionally, newspapers are print-driven. However, to be in print, you must have some resources, such as access to a copier or a local print shop who will print it for free. If you don’t have those resources, you can start out as a solely electronic newspaper, delivered through the school. [6]

      • You could also create a newspaper distributed through a blog service, such as Blogger or WordPress. An electronic newspaper is a great way to save money. Plus, you can easily update it as much as you want. Also, you don’t have to waste time running to the printers or printing the paper off yourself.
      • To promote your electronic paper, consider printing out promotional fliers. You can have a web address, or you could even use a QR code so students could access it.
    3. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 8

      3
      Decide on sections. Most newspapers are divided into distinct sections. Some common sections include news, features, entertainment, sports, arts, and editorial. Think about what’s most important at your school, and use that to establish major sections. [7]

      • For instance, maybe your school has a heavy focus on academics and the arts. You could have sections such as news, features, arts, and editorials.
      • If you’re going for a print paper, keep in mind that the longer your paper is, the more expensive it’s going to be.
      • You may want to include a section with little snippets of news, an area where you can write anecdotal tidbits that don’t warrant a full article.
      • You can always start smaller. You can always work up to a bigger newspaper later. In fact, you can just stick to one section to begin with, such as news. [8]
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      4
      Figure out a publication schedule. When you’re first starting out, you probably don’t want to publish too often. You may want to start out with just four times a year in the beginning, as you don’t want to bite off more than you can chew. If you’re running a purely electronic newspaper, you may just want to publish articles as people finish them on a more regular schedule. [9]

      • Eventually, you may want to move to once or twice a month.
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      5
      Hand out the jobs. Once you’ve got your staff gathered, you need to figure out who’s going to do what. You’ll need reporters, editors, design staff, and photographers, to name a few, though you may need people doing more than one job. When it comes to reporters, try assigning people to different areas. [10]

      • For instance, one person could cover sports, while another covers entertainment.
      • Often, the faculty sponsor will act as one of the editors. Also, the teacher will likely be the one to hand out the jobs.

    Part 3

    Getting the First Issue Out

    1. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 11

      1
      Hunt down stories. Now comes the fun part. You and your fellow writers need to find stories to fill those pages! You can write about everything from a teacher’s recent marriage and the choir going to state competition to new music coming out and the latest movie. You definitely want to focus on your school, but everything you write doesn’t need to be exclusively about your school.

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      2
      Talk to people. To write stories about your school, you need to do interviews. If you’re doing a feature on a teacher, you should ask them if you can do an interview. It might also be good to talk to people close to them. Make sure you take good notes. You may even want to record your interviews.

      • You can even use your smartphone to record interviews. Just remember to always get consent from the person before you record them.
      • If you’re writing an article about the school, get other students’ opinions. Talk to as many people as you can to get quotes. Try asking around at lunch or after school. [11]
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      3
      Do some digging. Even if you’ve interviewed people, you might still need to do some digging. For instance, you may want to know when a particular tournament was first held. You might need to dig through school records to find out more. Research takes time and effort, but it makes for better stories. [12]
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      4
      Write your stories. Start by figuring out what’s most important in your story. Look at who, what, when, where, why, and how, and decide which of those should come first. You’ll need to cover all of these bases in your article, but certain parts should be given preference, depending on what’s most important to the story. [13]

      • Your first paragraph is called the lead. It should give readers the basic information, including what you decided was most important.
      • Once you’ve established the major facts, you can provide supporting details in the following paragraphs. [14]
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      5
      Use active voice and active verbs. Active voice is when the subject of the sentence is doing the action. Active verbs are also important. Active verbs are ones that actually show action, such as “jump,” “shout,” and “cried,” as opposed to being verbs, such as “are” and “is.” [15]

      • For instance, “There are many reasons that she ate pie,” is in passive voice. To switch to active voice, find the subject who’s doing the action, “she” in this case, and switch the sentence around: “She ate pie for many reasons.” Also, the main verb in the sentence is now an action verb instead of a being verb.
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      Get photos with captions. Your major stories will have more impact if you can get a relevant photo. You can use either candid or staged shots. Pick whatever works best for the article, though candid shots can show more action. Don’t forget to add captions for each photo, so the reader knows what it’s about. [16]
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      Focus on the front page. The front page is what grabs people’s attention. You want to have something relevant there. Pick something that’s important to put there. You can also add stories that focus on recent or upcoming events, which most people are interested in. [17]
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      Edit your stories. Once your stories are written up, they need to be edited. When editing, you want to look for things like grammar mistakes, of course. However, you also want to check that the story has good flow, the writing isn’t too flowery or long (shorter sentences are usually better in journalism), and that the content makes sense.

      • Look for a good lead upfront that lets the reader know what’s going on. Also, make sure the writer follows up with clear details. [18]
      • Try letting a student edit them first, and then run them by your faculty sponsor.
      • Don’t forget to add a snazzy headline.
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      Hand the articles to layout. Next, the newspaper needs to be laid out, meaning it needs to be put together into a cohesive whole. It can be a bit like a puzzle, making sure everything fits right. Sometimes you have to “jump” stories, meaning you need to continue them on another page. Also, don’t forget to label the major sections, number the pages, add captions to photos, and put in headlines for articles. [19]
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      Print and distribute the paper. Once everything is edited and laid out, it’s time to sent it to print. If you’re distributing it electronically, that may just mean changing it to a better file format, such as converting it to a blog post for Blogger or even just a PDF . If you’re printing it, print it out on your school’s copy machine, and fold it up. Alternatively, send the file to the local printer. Once it’s done, distribute it around the school. [20]

      • For print editions, you may want to have stacks of newspapers all around the school that kids can pick up.

    Part 4

    Making Your Newspaper Better

    1. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 21

      1
      Find resources to learn about journalism. No one is a born journalist, and you have much to learn about writing and working for a paper. Read up on journalism on websites for students. Spend some time at your local library finding out more through books, or ask the school to provide you with a few resources if your school library doesn’t already have some.

      • You should also be reading other papers. Try reading your local paper, for instance. Reading newspapers helps you learn the journalistic style. [21]
    2. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 22

      2
      Follow Associated Press (AP) style. Most newspapers use AP style to write their articles. A style guide just tells you how to do certain things, such as write numbers and make abbreviations. AP style focuses on making things short and sweet since most newspapers don’t have much space. You can use a site like https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/735/02/ to learn the basics, but you may also want to get your hands on a copy of the stylebook, The Associated Press Stylebook. [22]
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      3
      Work on appeal. Of course, not every article is going to appeal to everyone. But you should work on producing a paper that appeals to a wide selection of the student body. You want to write on things that interest people, without getting too gossipy or too academic. [23]

      • The goal of your paper should be to help build a community at your school. Be as inclusive as you can. [24]
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      4
      Add fun stuff. As you continue to develop your newspaper, you can add fun things, such as games, crosswords, or comics. You can even write your own puzzles, related to your school. For instance, word searches are fairly easy to put together. [25]
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      5
      Keep your opinion out of the news. While a newspaper does have sections where your opinion is appropriate, such as the editorial page or the reviews section, you shouldn’t insert your opinion in the features or news sections. They need to be unbiased, which means you don’t slant it either way. You just present the facts. [26]

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      How to Start a School Newspaper in Middle School

      Five Parts: Gaining Support for the Paper Establishing the Basics Getting the First Issue Out Making Your Newspaper Better Sample Articles Community Q&A

      Starting a school newspaper can be a great learning experience. You get to hunt down stories and write about what is going on around you. Plus, it shows you have initiative and drive. Starting a paper will be hard work, though, so be prepared to give as much time and effort as you can, especially when you’re first starting out. You’ll need to get school support, then decide how you want your newspaper to be set up. Once you’ve got that figured out, you can get down to business writing articles.

      Steps

      Part 1

      Gaining Support for the Paper

      1. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 1

        1
        Find a sponsor. You’ll most likely have the easiest time starting a newspaper if you can find a teacher who will sponsor the paper. Ask one of your favorite teachers if they’ll help run it. An English teacher is a great choice. A teacher who works on the yearbook may also be willing to help. [1]

        • You could say, “I’m really interested in journalism, and I’ve noticed we don’t have a school newspaper. I’d like to start one. Would you consider being the sponsor?”
        • In some schools, you may be required to have a sponsor to start something like a newspaper.
      2. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 2

        2
        Approach the authorities. If you can’t find a sponsor, go to the top. That is, ask to speak with the principal or head of the school. They’ll likely be able to help you find the sponsor if you convince them you’re committed to the idea.

        • Even if you do find a sponsor, you’ll still likely need to go talk to the head of the school, but your sponsor should come with you.
        • Set up a formal appointment with the principal or vice principal by talking with the administrative office.
        • You could say, “I have a strong interest in journalism, and I’d like to start a school paper. How do I get started?”
      3. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 3

        3
        Find interested students. You can make your case stronger if you find other people who are interested in working on the newspaper. Ask around to see if anyone would want to write or edit for the paper. You should also find people who may be interested in taking photos or doing layout. [2]

        • Don’t just ask your friends. You want diversity on your staff. Ask people from different groups, organizations, and cliques, so your paper will represent your school better. [3]
      4. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 4

        4
        Figure out money. Most papers take at least some money, though you can do one fairly cheaply if you stick to an electronic paper. However, if you want a print edition, you’ll need to find money somewhere. [4]

        • You may be able to gain revenue for the newspaper by selling ads to local retailers. Set aside certain sections of the paper, then determine how much you want to sell ads for. Approach or call local businesses to see if they’d be willing to pay to advertise.
        • You can also ask the school for money, but budgets are often tight. If that doesn’t work, consider approaching the PTA/PTO. They might hold a fundraiser for you. Alternatively, you could run your own fundraiser, such as a bake sale or car wash.
      5. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 5

        5
        Pick a location with some key supplies. You’ll need some basic resources when starting a newspaper. Specifically, you’ll need a room to work in, some computers, and ideally a scanner. A printer and pens are also helpful for the editing process. [5]

      Part 2

      Establishing the Basics

      1. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 6

        1
        Choose an audience. The audience is just who reads your paper. Maybe your audience is the whole student body or the student body and faculty. However, maybe you want a newspaper just for band members or for a club you’re in. Choosing an audience is important because it helps you focus your paper.

        • Your audience also helps you determine your format. If you just have a small audience, you probably want an easy electronic format, such as a blog.
      2. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 7

        2
        Pick a format. Traditionally, newspapers are print-driven. However, to be in print, you must have some resources, such as access to a copier or a local print shop who will print it for free. If you don’t have those resources, you can start out as a solely electronic newspaper, delivered through the school. [6]

        • You could also create a newspaper distributed through a blog service, such as Blogger or WordPress. An electronic newspaper is a great way to save money. Plus, you can easily update it as much as you want. Also, you don’t have to waste time running to the printers or printing the paper off yourself.
        • To promote your electronic paper, consider printing out promotional fliers. You can have a web address, or you could even use a QR code so students could access it.
      3. Image titled Start a School Newspaper in Middle School Step 8

        3
        Decide on sections. Most newspapers are divided into distinct sections. Some common sections include news, features, entertainment, sports, arts, and editorial. Think about what’s most important at your school, and use that to establish major sections. [7]

        • For instance, maybe your school has a heavy focus on academics and the arts. You could have sections such as news, features, arts, and editorials.
        • If you’re going for a print paper, keep in mind that the longer your paper is, the more expensive it’s going to be.
        • You may want to include a section with little snippets of news, an area where you can write anecdotal tidbits that don’t warrant a full article.
        • You can always start smaller. You can always work up to a bigger newspaper later. In fact, you can just stick to one section to begin with, such as news. [8]
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        Figure out a publication schedule. When you’re first starting out, you probably don’t want to publish too often. You may want to start out with just four times a year in the beginning, as you don’t want to bite off more than you can chew. If you’re running a purely electronic newspaper, you may just want to publish articles as people finish them on a more regular schedule. [9]

        • Eventually, you may want to move to once or twice a month.
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        Hand out the jobs. Once you’ve got your staff gathered, you need to figure out who’s going to do what. You’ll need reporters, editors, design staff, and photographers, to name a few, though you may need people doing more than one job. When it comes to reporters, try assigning people to different areas. [10]

        • For instance, one person could cover sports, while another covers entertainment.
        • Often, the faculty sponsor will act as one of the editors. Also, the teacher will likely be the one to hand out the jobs.

      Part 3

      Getting the First Issue Out

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        Hunt down stories. Now comes the fun part. You and your fellow writers need to find stories to fill those pages! You can write about everything from a teacher’s recent marriage and the choir going to state competition to new music coming out and the latest movie. You definitely want to focus on your school, but everything you write doesn’t need to be exclusively about your school.

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        Talk to people. To write stories about your school, you need to do interviews. If you’re doing a feature on a teacher, you should ask them if you can do an interview. It might also be good to talk to people close to them. Make sure you take good notes. You may even want to record your interviews.

        • You can even use your smartphone to record interviews. Just remember to always get consent from the person before you record them.
        • If you’re writing an article about the school, get other students’ opinions. Talk to as many people as you can to get quotes. Try asking around at lunch or after school. [11]
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        Do some digging. Even if you’ve interviewed people, you might still need to do some digging. For instance, you may want to know when a particular tournament was first held. You might need to dig through school records to find out more. Research takes time and effort, but it makes for better stories. [12]
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        Write your stories. Start by figuring out what’s most important in your story. Look at who, what, when, where, why, and how, and decide which of those should come first. You’ll need to cover all of these bases in your article, but certain parts should be given preference, depending on what’s most important to the story. [13]

        • Your first paragraph is called the lead. It should give readers the basic information, including what you decided was most important.
        • Once you’ve established the major facts, you can provide supporting details in the following paragraphs. [14]
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        Use active voice and active verbs. Active voice is when the subject of the sentence is doing the action. Active verbs are also important. Active verbs are ones that actually show action, such as “jump,” “shout,” and “cried,” as opposed to being verbs, such as “are” and “is.” [15]

        • For instance, “There are many reasons that she ate pie,” is in passive voice. To switch to active voice, find the subject who’s doing the action, “she” in this case, and switch the sentence around: “She ate pie for many reasons.” Also, the main verb in the sentence is now an action verb instead of a being verb.
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        Get photos with captions. Your major stories will have more impact if you can get a relevant photo. You can use either candid or staged shots. Pick whatever works best for the article, though candid shots can show more action. Don’t forget to add captions for each photo, so the reader knows what it’s about. [16]
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        Focus on the front page. The front page is what grabs people’s attention. You want to have something relevant there. Pick something that’s important to put there. You can also add stories that focus on recent or upcoming events, which most people are interested in. [17]
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        Edit your stories. Once your stories are written up, they need to be edited. When editing, you want to look for things like grammar mistakes, of course. However, you also want to check that the story has good flow, the writing isn’t too flowery or long (shorter sentences are usually better in journalism), and that the content makes sense.

        • Look for a good lead upfront that lets the reader know what’s going on. Also, make sure the writer follows up with clear details. [18]
        • Try letting a student edit them first, and then run them by your faculty sponsor.
        • Don’t forget to add a snazzy headline.
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        Hand the articles to layout. Next, the newspaper needs to be laid out, meaning it needs to be put together into a cohesive whole. It can be a bit like a puzzle, making sure everything fits right. Sometimes you have to “jump” stories, meaning you need to continue them on another page. Also, don’t forget to label the major sections, number the pages, add captions to photos, and put in headlines for articles. [19]
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        Print and distribute the paper. Once everything is edited and laid out, it’s time to sent it to print. If you’re distributing it electronically, that may just mean changing it to a better file format, such as converting it to a blog post for Blogger or even just a PDF . If you’re printing it, print it out on your school’s copy machine, and fold it up. Alternatively, send the file to the local printer. Once it’s done, distribute it around the school. [20]

        • For print editions, you may want to have stacks of newspapers all around the school that kids can pick up.

      Part 4

      Making Your Newspaper Better

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        Find resources to learn about journalism. No one is a born journalist, and you have much to learn about writing and working for a paper. Read up on journalism on websites for students. Spend some time at your local library finding out more through books, or ask the school to provide you with a few resources if your school library doesn’t already have some.

        • You should also be reading other papers. Try reading your local paper, for instance. Reading newspapers helps you learn the journalistic style. [21]
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        Follow Associated Press (AP) style. Most newspapers use AP style to write their articles. A style guide just tells you how to do certain things, such as write numbers and make abbreviations. AP style focuses on making things short and sweet since most newspapers don’t have much space. You can use a site like https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/735/02/ to learn the basics, but you may also want to get your hands on a copy of the stylebook, The Associated Press Stylebook. [22]
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        Work on appeal. Of course, not every article is going to appeal to everyone. But you should work on producing a paper that appeals to a wide selection of the student body. You want to write on things that interest people, without getting too gossipy or too academic. [23]

        • The goal of your paper should be to help build a community at your school. Be as inclusive as you can. [24]
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        Add fun stuff. As you continue to develop your newspaper, you can add fun things, such as games, crosswords, or comics. You can even write your own puzzles, related to your school. For instance, word searches are fairly easy to put together. [25]
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        Keep your opinion out of the news. While a newspaper does have sections where your opinion is appropriate, such as the editorial page or the reviews section, you shouldn’t insert your opinion in the features or news sections. They need to be unbiased, which means you don’t slant it either way. You just present the facts. [26]

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