Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

A secret antidote to managerial favoritism

Published: 9Jul2019

A recent blog post by Steven Kramer (BCom’97), CEO at WorkJam, explores how technology can be leveraged to avoid the pitfalls of managerial favoritism in the workplace. The benefits of doing so...

Accounting scholarship recipients

Published: 2Jul2019

Congratulations to Kiwon Choi (BCom’19), Hugo Ouimet (BCom’19 – currently in GCPA program) and Christopher Wolf (BCom’20), undergraduate scholarship recipients from the Ordre des comptables...

Desautels shines in finals of L’Oréal Brandstorm

Published: 19Jun2019

It’s been quite a ride for Desautels BCom students Charlotte Gaillard, Monica Gudernatsch, and Anne Sophie Levee. Over the course of this year, they have worked tirelessly under the mentorship of...

BCom alumnus appointed VP at YouTube

Published: 27Jun2019

YouTube has tapped Martin Kon (BCom’93), who has worked as a tech, media, and telecoms consultant for more than two decades, as its new VP of Strategy, effective June 24, 2019....

Jaclyn Fisher Management Career Fair 2019

20Sep201910:00
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The Jaclyn Fisher Management Career Fair is one of the biggest events organized yearly by the Soutar Career Centre.  Students can connect with prospective employers and learn about available...

McGill Open House 2019

20Oct201910:00
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“No one ever says you can create your own job”: Catalyzing women’s big ideas

Published: 21Mar2019

Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media recently spoke at Place des Arts in Montreal about empowering fellow women to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions without qualms,...

McGill’s AERO club soars to new heights

Published: 3Jun2019

Desautels BCom student Alexander Gouyet and his McGill Engineering peers comprising McGill AERO placed 2nd in the Student Unmanned Aerial System Competition, securing a $5,000-prize and the...

Igniting the power of data analytics

Published: 12Apr2019

Discover how Professor Juan Serpa and the 16 Desautels students comprising a new food analytics club are revolutionizing the operations of beloved NPO Santropol Roulant – and it’s all through the...

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