The MBA Mentoring Program at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University serves to build a strong and vibrant community of professionals engaged with the Faculty in furthering and supporting careers of its MBA graduates. With the support of Career Services, the program allows its students to engage in significant dialogue with mid-high level executives in an effort to lessen the gap between academic learning and favorable shift to the workplace.
The International MBA Network is an initiative undertaken by the University Advancement office to serve MBA alumni around the world. It operates as a worldwide support network for our MBA graduates, as well as a vibrant and active networking community for professional development.
Placement within 3 months of graduation
Compensation by Functional Areas
Take your career to the next level.
Each year, more than 100 top firms come to our campus to explore specific career opportunities with our MBA candidates, supported by the job hunting tools supplied by Career Services.
We offer career development and preparation designed to meet the needs of each student through:
Career & Professional Development program
MBA students at the Desautels Faculty of Management have access to a wide variety of funding options, including merit-based scholarships and awards. All Students are automatically considered for awards unless otherwise noted. Unless indicated, all awards are granted by the MBA Scholarships Committee. We are continually raising scholarship funds; please continue to check back regularly.
MMM Students are required to take 10 courses at the Desautels Faculty of Management. These courses can be categorized into four groups each serving a different objective.
Managing Resounces and Value Creation are MBA core courses, which expose the student to different functional areas of business administration at an introductory level.
Data, Models and Decisions is developed specifically for the MMM Program and provides the students with the fundamentals of operations research and statistical analysis.
Course projects are required elements in some of the academic courses. Typically they are studies of present or historical activities, or problems into which companies would like some insight, analysis or proposed solutions. Teams of two to four students spend about 20 to 40 hours each on research and compilation of reports.
Students pursuing the MMM program will realize numerous benefits during their course of studies as well as in their professional life upon graduation. Students will: