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A program to suit everyone's needs

McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management has been hailed as one of the top business schools in Canada with a worldwide ranking of 64 out of 100 by the Economist. It offers an Executive MBA in partnership with HEC Montreal as well as its own specialized MBAs with a focus on law, health care, business and leadership using an integrated, multidisciplinary approach.

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Published on : 09 Feb 2012

Payout vs. payoff

The Desautels MBA program at McGill University is a prestigious option with a price tag to match. "For full-time students entering the program next fall, tuition will be $34,750 a year," said Don Melville, director of MBA and master's programs at the Desautels Faculty of Management. Since this is a two-year program, the cost is "$69,500 total, including the cost of the international study trip."

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Published on : 09 Feb 2012

The MBA: a high-return investment

"Before enrolling, first reflect on why you're interested and what you're expecting to get out of the program. You have to be doing it for the right reasons. It is a huge investment in time, energy and money, but the rewards are waiting for you on graduation," said Don Melville, director, MBA and master's programs at McGill's Desautels Faculty of Management.

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Published on : 09 Feb 2012

Finding the right fit

"The MBA is a professional degree to learn about business management," said Tamer Boyaci, associate dean of master's programs at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management. "You need to have business exposure; you need to be working somewhere and you need to be exposed to a professional working environment."

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Published on : 09 Feb 2012

Marcel Desautels, champion de la philanthropie pour l’éducation postsecondaire

Établi à Toronto depuis 40 ans, Marcel Desautels, juriste et philanthrope francophone originaire de Saint-Boniface, figure parmi les récipiendaires 2012 de l’Ordre de l’Ontario. Depuis plus de dix ans, son «Desautels Centre for Integrative Thinking» contribue à faire de l’Université de Toronto un centre d’études commerciales de pointe.

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Published on : 08 Feb 2012

Montreal coffee business is steeped in hard work

Olympian turned entrepreneur Craig Buntin, 31, is offering a new way for Canadian caffeine junkies to get their fi Teabean White Coffee. "It doesn't taste like coffee, it's somewhat nutty and quite sweet," said Buntin, who retired from pairs figure skating in 2010 after a long career.

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Published on : 06 Feb 2012

McGill MBA students to raise funds for disadvantaged children through social media

Students from McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management will travel to South Africa this month to visit companies, speak with business leaders – and use social media to raise funds for educating children in the disadvantaged townships of Port Elizabeth.

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Published on : 03 Feb 2012

Hot Cities South Africa 2012 Trailer

Desautels MBA students have created a first trailer on the upcoming Hot Cities Tour to South Africa. Pay it forward!

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Published on : 02 Feb 2012

Western Education in Japan

Executives are often looking to upgrade their qualifications, especially with an MBA. However, many professional people are not able to find time for classes during their busy work-week. Montreal’s McGill University has a solution: a weekend MBA program.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2012

McGill business students to raise funds for disadvantaged children through social media

Students from McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management will travel to South Africa this month to visit companies, speak with business leaders – and use social media to raise funds for educating children in the disadvantaged townships of Port Elizabeth.

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Published on : 01 Feb 2012

It's a dirty job, but some MBA has to do it

Marie-Jose Beaudin, head of careers services at McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management in Canada, says she has noticed a growing interest in what she describes as "dirty" industries such as metals and mining, engineering and even tobacco. She believes that this is happening because students see them as more stable than finance.

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Published on : 31 Jan 2012

A healthy balance

“Healthcare is not done in a vacuum,” says Don Melville, director of MBA and masters programmes at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill. “A physician who knows his or her speciality, but who also knows the administrative side of things is able to make the best decisions, and maximise the efficiency and value of the system.”

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Published on : 30 Jan 2012

Dobson Cup 2012: Start-up Workshop

The Dobson Cup offers a rare opportunity for budding entrepreneurs. The competition is open to new business ideas and not-for-profit start-ups that are less than two years old.

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Published on : 27 Jan 2012

More MBAs Makes the World a Better Place

During the holidays, I managed to meet up with a few old friends who have decided to go back to school. I had a great time chatting with them about the days we used to teach in Fukushima and the days we pulled all-nighters playing Risk in Tokyo. After the reminiscing, we shared our experiences about getting our MBA. – Article by Desautels MBA student, Boon Hoh

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Published on : 12 Jan 2012

Desautels Students Interviewed on CBC Homerun

Montrealer Melanie Walsh just returned from India. The McGill MBA student travelled there to meet underprivileged girls who she and her classmates helped get into school. Melanie was joined by Patricia Lohmus, who helped raised funds through social media. The two women spoke with CBCs Homerun about their efforts.

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Published on : 11 Jan 2012