McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management is located in the heart of downtown Montreal, one of the most affordable, diverse, sophisticated, and safe cities in the world. Located on the 5th floor of the Faculty are newly renovated facilities reserved exclusively for PhD students, professors and research centres.
What is the Peer Program all about?
The Volunteer Career Services Peer Program offers a unique opportunity for students to get involved in the Faculty of Management and to help fellow students learn about Career Services and the various resources we have available.
Watch Professor Nancy Adler’s Keynote, Leadership Artistry: Finding Beauty in a Fractured World
First presented in Europe as the opening keynote at the PRME (Principles of Responsible Management Education) Conference, together with leaders from CEEMAN (Central and Eastern European Management Schools) and Challenge Future. The keynote was accompanied by world renowned pianist Diana Baker.
Doctoral candidates will receive $25,000/year in guaranteed funding for four years. Financial support for the four years is comprised of a PhD Program in Management Guaranteed Funding Award (MGFA), which includes a variety of internal sources of funding. Your MGFA may also include a McGill fellowship (to be be determined at a later date). All funding is conditional on satisfactory academic performance.
Students that receive external awards (i.e., SSHRC, CHIR, NSERC, etc.) will receive partial guaranteed funding from the supervisor/area.
If you are enrolled in a doctoral program at another university and wish to attend McGill for a limited period of time (up to a maximum of 12 months) to conduct research only, you must apply as a Graduate Research Trainee (GRT). You are encouraged to approach a faculty member who is willing to supervise your research for your duration at Desautels Faculty of Management. Once you have secured a supervisor, you will need to submit an application as a Graduate Research Trainee. The category of Graduate Research Trainee cannot be used to conduct the majority of thesis research
Hosted in Tokyo, Japan, McGill's MBA Japan Program incorporates a unique and innovative format that addresses today’s global business needs.
1001 Sherbrooke Street West, Office 302
Tel.: 514-398-4000 (ext. 0525)
mbajapan [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Shinjuku Park Tower N30F,
7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku 3-chome,
Tokyo 163-1030 Japan
openhouse [at] mcgillmbajapan [dot] com
Management research is a form of disciplined inquiry that not only tries to shed light on challenges faced by organizations and their members, but also seeks to develop actionable knowledge for students and organizational stakeholders. Management scholars not only seek within-discipline rigour but also aim to break disciplinary boundaries in terms of relevance and teaching.