Desautels Faculty of Management
A Message from the Dean
The Desautels Faculty of Management aims to foster continued innovation, to leverage excellence and to develop our students into business leaders who have a global outlook and understand the importance of personal responsibility. As a result, we approach business education through deliverance of a comprehensive and leading-edge curriculum revolved around Integrative Learning.
2,300 BCom students
175 MBA students
65 PhD students
12 academic programs
4 executive development programs
11 research centres and institutes
Over 20,000 alumni
Career Services in the Soutar Career Centre
Hours of operation
Monday – Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Drop-in Hours: Monday-Friday, 3:00-4:00pm
Closed: Saturday, Sunday and Statutory Holidays
Career Services Team
marie-jose [dot] beaudin [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Marie-José Beaudin)
peg [dot] brunelle [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Peg Brunelle)
BCom Career Advisor
Marketing, International Management
The Desautels Faculty of Management myFuture career system makes use of your personal information in order to provide you with its full suite of services. This information is used to identify you, contact you, target relevant job opportunities to you, set up career advising appointments and interviews, invite you to events such as career fairs and workshops and to improve the quality of our career advising services. This information includes, but is not limited to, name, McGill ID, address, telephone number, email address, citizenship, program, and grade point average.
Connect with Career Services!
Whether you are coming back to Career Services as an Alumni or an Employer, there are many contributions that you can make to share knowledge, experience and information that helps students to prepare for their careers. Below are just some of the ways that you can connect with Career Services.
For those with intellectual curiosity and the ability to work independently, an academic career offers the extraordinary opportunity to explore in-depth issues that interest you. Publications are your channel for sharing research results with the wider community. An academic's professional life also offers rich opportunities for teaching subjects of one's choosing and sharing research questions and findings with students who will be leaders in their own fields.