Four BCom Case Teams made the finals at the 32nd annual ICBC (Inter-Collegiate Business Competition) held at Queen's University on January 7 to 10, 2010 with both the Ethics and Finance teams taking first place overall. Debate – Celine Junke & Diana Pirri Ethics – Charlotte Mcleod & Daniella Marando Finance – Fatoumata Diane & Chloe Kangas Marketing – Margeaux Girardin & Albert Klein
MCGILL DESAUTELS BCOM SENDS FOUR TEAMS TO FINALS AT THE INTER-COLLEGIATE BUSINESS COMPETITION 2009
Career Services Discovery Series with PETRO CANADA
Desautels Faculty of Management BCom students took two 1st place and two 2nd place podiums at the 21st edition of the Jeux du Commerce, held at Université de Quebec in Montreal from January 2-4, 2009.
A team of undergraduate student organizers from the Desautels Faculty of Management are in the final stages of preparation to host the 8th Annual McGill Management International Case Competition from March 25 to 29.
Desautels BCom student Jennifer Heil has been named the CanWest female athlete for 2007.
Olympic moguls champion, four-time World Cup moguls champion, six-time Canadian champion, Jennifer started this season with an 11th at the World Cup in Mont Gabriel, Que., then scored two silver medals followed by six straight wins. She is also an athlete ambassador for the humanitarian organization Right To Play.
McGill BCom students make the finals at Copenhagen Business School Case Competition 2007.
BCom finance major David Urquhart's project on the study of the new collective bargaining agreement for the National Hockey League is featured in a Montreal Gazette article, "Urquhart a student of the game" (February 2, 2007), that also noted he is rated as a top defenceman with McGill's Redmen hockey team.
Desautels Faculty of Management BCom student Matthew Hertz finished ninth overall at the 2006 UBS Portfolio Challenge. BCom student Alexander Sebastian finished 23rd overall. There were 1,950 participants, including about 1,200 graduate students. Beginning October 15, students were given a month to invest 50,000 fantasy dollars. The top four undergraduates came from Dartmouth, UPenn, Colby and Har