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Desautels Faculty of Management: A Tradition of Excellence
Ranked time and again among the world’s top universities, McGill University is renowned for its high academic standards, its world-class faculty and an international dimension that is unsurpassed in North America. It is precisely this reputation that continues to attract the best students, the most prominent professors and the most demanding recruiters from around the globe. Only 10% of undergraduate applicants and 33% of MBA applicants are accepted into the Faculty.
Corporate Sponsorship Package
Career Services offers corporate sponsorship packages that allow companies to gain greater exposure and visibility on campus. For more information, contact Marie-jose [dot] beaudin [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Marie-José Beaudin) or at 514-398-5646.
Guest speaker and Workshop opportunities
Speaking on topics such as industry trends, current issues, and management-in-practice is a great way to engage students and share your experience with Management students. Guest speaker and workshop opportunities allow you to increase awareness of your organization as well as meet and get to know the talent at the Desautels Faculty of Management.
Suggested topics for workshops and presentations include:
- In-depth presentations of your industry
- Market and Industry Trends
- Networking Techniques
- Interviewing Techniques
- Company Recruiting Practices (candidate profiles, etc)
For more information, contact eva [dot] cucinelli [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Eva Cucinelli) by email or at 514-398-4664.
Career Discovery Series
The CDS is a series of workshops, guest speaker visits and company presentations held throughout the year to help students validate their interests and find the best career fit. Each month, a different industry is presented in order to respond to the varying needs and interests of the student population. Discover the many different career paths in a variety of industries including entrepreneurship, consulting, manufacturing, entertainment, retail, finance, telecommunications, etc.
The goal of the CDS is to encourage reflection, incite students to explore a wide range of career options and discover different careers in a variety of disciplines and academic streams. The CDS also provides a unique opportunity for students to build their network with potential employers.
If you are interested in being a guest speaker or giving a presentation as part of the CDS, please contact Marie-jose [dot] beaudin [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Marie-José Beaudin) or at 514-398-5646.
Employers can help students improve their interviewing skills by giving mock interviews and constructive feedback. For more information, contact rachel [dot] castellano [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Rachel Castellano) by email or at 514-398-4502.