MBA, Indian Institute of Management, India
BSc, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Bronfman Building, [Map]
1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Sujata joined the Faculty in 2004. Prior to this, she has worked with the Boston Consulting Group and Citibank.
Sujata has taught Corporate Finance I and II, Applied Corporate Finance, International Finance, Derivatives, Investment and Portfolio Management, Global Investments, Microeconomics, and International Business to Undergraduate, MBA, and MBA Japan participants.
She was awarded the Principal's Prize for Excellence in Teaching for 2011 and was awarded the Desautels Faculty of Management Distinguished Teaching Award at the graduate level in 2012 as well as in 2008. She was voted Teacher of the Year for 2007 by the Management Undergraduate Student Society.
Sujata has also taught in Denmark, Germany, Russia and India.
2011: "Principal’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching," McGill University.
2008, 2012: "Desautels Faculty of Management Distinguished Teaching Award" for Graduate Teaching, McGill University.
2007: "Teacher of the Year" award by the Management Undergraduate Society, McGill University.
Voted "Most Enjoyed Course" in the McGill MBA Japan Program, McGill University.
"Above and Beyond Teaching" award for distinguished teaching, Indian Institute of Management.
Adler Memorial prize for Best Undergraduate Thesis in Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Desautels MBA students, Alaa Abulhuda, Soeren Klatt, Lauren Merkel and Thomas Weber, took 2nd place at the 7th annual Financial Executives International (FEI) Best in Class Invitational Case Competition held in Toronto from November 15-17, 2012. After placing 4th in 2009 and 3rd in 2010, this is our Faculty’s highest placement thus far at this prestigious competition, which includes the top business schools from across Canada.
When John Haddon, 57, left a 22-year career in financial services in 2004, like many of us, he wasn't expecting the storms that lay on the horizon. One financial crisis later, he realised that, despite his years in the field, as an entrepreneur he was still lacking some of the skills required to navigate through choppy economic waters and a global business environment. "Although I'd been in financial services for a long while, I didn't have all that was required to 'speak the language'. I concluded that I needed to upgrade my skills," he recalls.
McGill University finance professor Sujata Madan bars students from bringing laptops to her class. The same goes for cellphones. And if you’d rather chat with friends than work on a problem that she provides 15 minutes of class time to tackle, there’s a good chance she’ll ask you to leave.