As part of McGill's "5 Hot Cities of The World Tour"; thirty MBA and undergraduate students are traveling in South Africa and meeting with government officials, business executives and community leaders as they visit Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
McGill BCom students place 2nd at the Business Strategy Challenge (BSC 2012) at the Georgetown University
For a third year in a row, a McGill team placed top 3 at the Business Strategy Challenge hosted by Georgetown University in Washington DC. After placing third in 2010 and first in 2011, a team of four McGill BCom students placed second out of 20 universities at this year’s competition which took place from February 14 to 18, 2012.
As part of McGill’s “5 Hot Cities of The World Tour”; thirty MBA and undergraduate students will be traveling to South Africa and meeting with government officials, business executives and community leaders as they visit the beautiful cities of Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
The “hot cities tour” is the shortest course offered by McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, but surely ranks among the most intense and rewarding. On Feb. 16, about 30 undergraduate and MBA students who were selected by an independent panel head to South Africa to meet top business, government and community leaders in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
Desautels students have launched their second trailer for the upcoming Hot Cities Tour to South Africa. They need your help in reaching a goal of $20,000 for the Ubuntu Education Fund and creating awareness among at least 10,000 people.
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.
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.
Amanda Hadid knew that her management program at McGill University was going to be academically rigorous, but she wasn’t prepared for how hard it is to get high marks, or how good it finally felt to get a B+ in one course last semester.
On Wednesday, January 18ththe second floor of the Bronfman Building was unveiled through speeches by faculty and student representatives at the semi-formal ceremony in the new facilities. “Welcome Bronfman students to your new space.”
The 2012 Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability (DBCS) was held at McGill from January 19th to 21st to promote discussion and education among business-minded delegates through a three-day speaker series.