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Desautels Faculty of Management

Reinventing Our Legacy

A film by Prof. Nancy J. Adler and Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Beverly Shaffer

“In today’s trust-starved climate, our market-driven system is under attack ...large parts of the population feel that business has become detached from society, that business interests are no longer aligned with societal interests ...The only way to respond to this new wave of anti-business sentiment is for business to take the lead and to reposition itself clearly and convincingly as part of society.”
—Klaus Schwab, President of the World Economic Forum

Career resources

Career Services offers many different resources to students that enable them to do research on different industries, careers; to learn how to market themselves; and to complete a self-assessment.

Career preparation

A calendar of events and workshops is available to students on myFuture. Check the site regularly to view and sign-up for events and sessions.

Checklist to discern where a student's progress should be in a given academic year.

Preparation and workshops

Each semester, the Career Services Team offers a number of services to help prepare students for the job market. Various workshops are offered such as Resume and Cover Letter Writing, Networking, Interviewing skills and more. 

In addition, Career Services hosts company information sessions for students to get to know a company in greater depth as well as mock interview sessions by industry professionals.

Finding a job

On-Campus Recruitment (OCR)

Each year, over 100 firms come on campus to recruit students for specific career opportunities. These opportunities can be for summer or permanent employment after graduation.

You can take advantage of On-Campus Recruitment by coming to the annual career fair, company information sessions, and other on-campus events.

Please sign-in to myFuture for a full list of details and to view the calendar.

Finding a job

On-Campus Recruitment (OCR)

Each year, over 100 firms come on campus to recruit students for specific career opportunities. These opportunities can be for summer or permanent employment after graduation.

You can take advantage of On-Campus Recruitment by coming to the annual career fair, company information sessions, and other on-campus events.

Sign-in to myFuture for a full list of details and to view the calendar.

Guidelines of ethical recruitment

In order to ensure that the Career Services provides the best possible experience to students and employers, you are encouraged to follow the Ethical Recruitment Guidelines as set out by CACEE.

We value your cooperation and commitment to our students. Please do not hesitate to contact our office at eva [dot] cucinelli [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Eva Cucinelli) by email or at 514-398-4664 should you have any questions or concerns.

Code of conduct

Basic Guidelines

Any official McGill email sent to students will be addressed to the McGill email address. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that time critical emails are accessed, read and acted upon in a timely fashion.

Students are expected to adhere to The Code of Professional Conduct in the classroom and when attending any event organized by Career Services or an Employer.

FAQ

Am I eligible for the PhD program?
If you hold an undergraduate and a Masters degree, with a strong academic record from recognized universities, you are eligible to apply for PhD studies.

Application deadline

Completed applications and all supporting documents are to be uploaded by no later than January 15th  for Fall (September) admission of the same calendar year in which admission is sought. This deadline is for all applicants (Canada and International). There is no January (Winter) or June-July (Summer) admission. 

It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the application form and all supporting documents are uploaded by the application deadline.

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