MBA Program news
MBA students from McGill, Concordia and HEC were out in force to discover how they could combine serving the community with their future careers at this first-of-its-kind event.
There will be an information session for the MBA Summer Intensive Session on Wednesday, March 1, 5:30 - 6:00 pm, in Room 600, Bronfman Building. For information call 514-398-4066.
Forty-one McGill BCom and MBA students travelled to Omaha on January 12-14 to meet with Warren Buffett as part of the Desautels Faculty of Management CEO Speakers Series, organized by Professor Karl Moore and the McGill MBA Students Association.
As part of the Desautels Faculty of Management CEO Speakers Series, organized by Professor Karl Moore and the McGill MBA Students Association, Robert Milton, CEO of Air Canada, spoke to a packed room of students and alumni on January 20.
On Thursday, February 2, the McGill Desautels Faculty of Management will host the first career fair in Montreal to cater exclusively to MBA students seeking meaningful roles in organizations with visions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability beyond the bottom line. The career fair is organized by McGill, HEC and Concordia MBA students and CEI.
A panel of business leaders and academics discussed "Mental Health and Productivity: Sustainable performance in the brain-based economy" on November 4 at the Faculty Club.
Today's Financial Post noted that the McGill team is taking an early lead in their 2005 MBA Portfolio Management Competition.
Organized by a volunteer team of McGill MBA students, the first McGill University-World Bank Conference was held on October 14, 2005.
Bob Willard, renowned author and sustainable business guru, gave an inspirational talk on September 14 based on his book "The Next Sustainability Wave." This event was held in support of the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation and raised over $220.
Bradley Quon (MD/MBA'05)and Rafael Firszt (MD/MBA'05) found Canadian consumers could save an average 24% by purchasing drugs from online Canadian pharmacies rather than from traditional US drugstore chains.