Hot Cities

Hot Cities of the World Tour

What it's all about: "A once in a lifetime opportunity to travel to Mongolia and South Korea (in 2014). Amidst sightseeing to 1,200 year old temples, going on horseback excursions, and visiting a towering statue of Genghis Khan, students met with business executives from a variety of industries such as banking, technology, and food and beverage as well as with public and non-profit leaders."

Where: McGill University (but around the world)

Classified as: BCom, Desautels Faculty of Management, Hot Cities, Huffington Post, hot cities world tour, Hot Cities of the World Tour
Published on: 8 Sep 2014

What do monster monsoons and costume design have in common? No, it’s not the eye of the storm and the eye of the needle (but good guess).

Classified as: Karl Moore, Hot Cities, applied investments, hot cities world tour
Published on: 28 Aug 2014

A McGill management professor is leading students on a business field trip that will give them global experience.
Called the ‘Hot Cities’ tour, professor Karl Moore is taking students to emerging and developing countries to more about other economies.

... “I've never been to Asia and I've always wanted to explore Asia,” said student Joseph Polossifakis. “I know it’s an up-and-coming region.”

Classified as: Hot Cities, Karl Moore, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Published on: 3 Mar 2014

Karl Moore blames his generation for a lot of things - including bad architecture. 

"Our library at McGill, it's ugly," he told The Moscow News on a recent visit to the city. "Today, we have gorgeous new buildings, gorgeous old buildings, but there's a time where you go, ‘This is as bad as Stalinist or Maoist brutal stuff.' It was useful, but it was ugly." 

Classified as: Karl Moore, Hot Cities
Published on: 26 Mar 2013

It might seem crazy to visit Russia in the middle of winter, yet the goal of the recent McGill University Hot Cities Tour was to see the "real" Russia, even if it meant getting lost in Moscow at minus-2 degrees Fahrenheit. 

This was my second experience on the tour, and when the time came to choose the next destination, Russia was at the top of our list. As a member of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa/Singapore) emerging nations, it is seen as a place of great opportunity, we wanted to see what all the fuss was about.

Classified as: Hot Cities
Published on: 26 Mar 2013

Russia has been widely promoted as one of the BRICS nations, full of energy and dynamism like many leading emerging economies. Indeed, with its low unemployment figures, growing GDP, and recent WTO membership, it could be heralded as a poster child of the shifting concentration of wealth from the west to the east. Yet after spending 11 days in Moscow and St. Petersburg in February and March, we came away with mixed feelings.

-Article by Karl Moore and Tarek Dabbous

Classified as: Hot Cities, Masters in Business Administration (MBA), MBA Program, Karl Moore
Published on: 12 Apr 2013

McGill professor Karl Moore recently travelled to Russia with his students to help develop their business knowledge as a part of their class.

Watch full interview: Global News, March 26, 201

Classified as: Karl Moore, Hot Cities
Published on: 26 Mar 2013

I recently had the opportunity to travel to Moscow and St. Petersburg with Professor Karl Moore and 42 other McGill students as part of the Hot Cities of the World Tour. Each year, the tour aims to bring McGill students to various cities which will likely rise to prominence and become global centers of economic activity in the coming years. While representing McGill University, students travelling with the Hot Cities tour have visited Tel Aviv, Dubai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Johannesburg and many other cities. The tour has two primary purposes.

Classified as: Karl Moore, Hot Cities
Published on: 4 Apr 2013

Last weekend St. Petersburg hosted a group of 37 business students and alumni from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, as part of the institution’s “Hot Cities” initiative.

… Speaking to the St Petersburg Times, trip leader Dr. Karl Moore, a lecturer in business leadership and strategy at McGill’s world-renowned Desautels Faculty of Management, explained that this trip was a chance for students to experience the global business environment first-hand.

Classified as: Student Life, Hot Cities, Karl Moore, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), MBA Program
Published on: 13 Mar 2013

Students from the Desautels Faculty of Management to generate support for Russia’s Kitezh Children’s Community

Montreal, February 18, 2013 – Thirty-four MBA and Bachelor of Commerce students from McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management will travel to Russia from February 28 to March 11 to visit companies, speak with business leaders – and use social media to raise funds for orphaned children in the Kaluga region.

Classified as: Hot Cities
Published on: 18 Feb 2013

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.    

Classified as: Masters in Business Administration (MBA), MBA Program, Hot Cities
Published on: 26 Oct 2012