Date: January 18, 2013
Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Bronfman Basement
In November, the International Management Association will be hosting an International Management speaker series/panel discussion followed by a networking cocktail. This networking event is a unique opportunity to connect IM alumni and relevant company representatives with current IM students.
The goal of the cocktail is to expose current IM students to future employment opportunities by offering a forum for IM alumni to share their experiences since graduating from McGill. This will be an opportunity to enhance the quality of networking between students and alumni.
MBA student Alexis Pradie has been chosen as the recipient of a 1938 Champions Award by the Committee on Enrolment and Student Affairs and the Martlet Foundation. The 1938 Champions Awards were established in 1991 by the surviving members of the 1938 McGill Intercollegiate Champions in football and hockey in memory of their teammates who lost their lives in the service of their country during World War II. Winners of the awards must have not only good academic records but must also have demonstrated leadership through service, dedication and teamwork.
Ottawa, October 22, 2012 - The Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) is pleased to announce the winners of its 2012 Excellence Awards showcasing innovators, leaders, service professionals and emerging stars in our field.
Think Sports. Do Business.
An event that promises to connect sports business executives with students who are passionate about sports through a series of speakers, panel discussions and networking cocktails.
Date: October 12 - 13, 2012
Location: Bronfman building
To register, please visit: www.dsic2012.com
On Friday September 21, the IMA was successfully re-launched with the first annual International Management Networking Breakfast. The event was sponsored by RDA Capital and hosted in Bronfman building. With 43 people in attendance including students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the IMA executive team, it was an excellent start to accomplishing the IMA’s vision to build a strong community within the International Management program.
CASCO (The Commerce and Administration Student Charity Organization) is a student-driven charity whose purpose is to raise money for a local children’s hospital. The charity would allow business students to integrate their knowledge for a good cause and demonstrate social responsibility.
Management students visit the world economies of tomorrow
The Desautels Faculty of Management’s Hot Cities Tour is for management students to gain first-hand knowledge of a different economy on an international scale, learn about business successes and failures in that economy, become aware of the working conditions of low-wage workers, learn about women in leadership roles, and grasp another culture in order to better adapt to the ever-increasing international business needs.
The BCom program offers students a wealth of extra-curricular activities from which to choose. The award-winning Management Undergraduate Society provides students with an array of events and services steeped in the management traditions of philanthropy, fun, student orientation and, of course, academic excellence. The Faculty of Management is one of the few business schools that provides students such a direct voice in shaping their degree. In addition, the Faculty is housed at Canada’s leading university, in the truly remarkable, cosmopolitan city of Montreal.