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Comment utiliser le MBA pour faire évoluer sa carrière?

Ce qu'il faut savoir Toutes les universités addichent des chiffres pour montrer que l'obtention du MBA a permis à leurs étudiants de faire évoluer leur carrière de façon intéressante et rapide. 

... Pour les étudiants de McGill (2011-2012), le taux de placement trois mois après l'obtention du diplôme est, depuis les cinq dernieres années, supérieur à 90% en moyenne, précise Marie-José Beaudin, directrice exécutive du Centre de carrières de la Faculté de gestion Desautels de l'Université McGill. 

Published: 9Sep2014

Montreal Career Fair 2014

Centre Mont-Royal Salon Mont-Royal I & II, Centre Mont-Royal, 2200 rue Mansfield, Montreal, CA

Date: September 19, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Salon Mont-Royal I & II 
Centre Mont-Royal 
2200 rue Mansfiled, Montreal, QC

Peer program

2015-2015 Peer Program Particpants

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. Peer Ambassadors and Peer Advisors are selected prior to the fall and winter terms and then follow an interactive training program. Peers help us throughout the academic year with various initiatives such as reviewing resumes, facilitating workshops, hosting drop-in sessions, and participating in employer events. Students in the program start off as Ambassadors and can later apply to become Advisors. Through this program students develop skills beneficial in helping them succeed in their personal career preparation.

Alumni career services

Alumni Career Services - your one-stop professional development resource
Alumni Career Services - your one-stop professional development resource
In an effort to provide our graduates with more comprehensive and integrated career services, McGill has de

Managing online persona key to success

‘If you’re not online, do you even exist?” asks Leigh Gauthier, director of careers for full-time MBA students at the Rotman School of Management. The rhetorical question helps shape the way she guides students branding and positioning themselves for successful job searches at the end of their studies.

Catherine Awad, senior advisor for MBA career management at the Desautels Faculty of Management, agrees that social media are a crucial part of the job-search process for students and new graduates.

Published: 3Dec2012

Executive women build lifelong professional bonds through unique MBA networking programs

For six days each spring, a group of 25 senior-level, female business executives  put their demanding roles on hold and sequester themselves at an offsite venue for six days to discuss management trends, develop leadership skills and, most importantly, network.

Published: 3Dec2012


The BCom Mentoring Program connects undergraduate students in their U2 and U3 years at the Desautels Faculty of Management to Mentors in industry who are themselves McGill Alumni (BCom 2003-2008).

The Program provides students with a connection to the real world of Management to gain insight into their chosen field, to develop their professional skill set and networking abilities and to reach their career goals.

About us

Located in the Soutar Career Centre, Career Services at the Desautels Faculty of Management is dedicated to helping students develop their career management skills and explore career paths that enable them to ultimately achieve their career goals. Innovative programs, workshops and speaker series coupled with an integrated learning approach prepare our students and give them the skills to make an impact in their careers throughout their lifetime.

Career Services

The Desautels Career Resources portal contains valuable information, including new ‘Career Guides’ that were written by recent graduates from the different disciplines, and the new B.Com Career Handbook, which contains everything you need to know about recruiting, interviewing, CV and cover letter advice, and much more! On top of that, the Portal hosts the online Career Newsletter, where you can find the latest information for your job hunt – no matter what your level or field of interest.


Summer Opportunities/Internships

Career Services in the Soutar Career Centre assists BCom students to plan their career goals by helping them discover and prepare for opportunities that align with the individual career paths that the students would like to explore.