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JOHN MOLSON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

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Undergraduate

John Molson is a world-class business school, committed to academic excellence in teaching and research. Studying at JMSB means joining a huge and close-knit global network of passionate and driven young business people.

Our programs

  CAMPUS LOCATION
Undergraduate admissions SGW MB 3.255
Tours SGW MB Building third floor, table 246
Accountancy SGW MB Building third floor, table 249
Business Technology Management SGW MB Building third floor, table 244
Finance SGW MB Building third floor, table 251
International Business SGW MB Building third floor, table 252
Management and Human Resource Management SGW MB Building third floor, table 248
Marketing SGW MB Building third floor, table 247
Supply Chain Operations Management SGW MB Building third floor, table 245

The student experience

  CAMPUS LOCATION
Co-op (with paid internships) SGW MB Building third floor, table 243
JMSB Career Management Services SGW MB Building third floor, table 242
JMSB LIFE for new international students SGW MB Building third floor, table 241
Student exchange program SGW MB Building third floor, table 253
The JMSB student experience SGW MB Building third floor, table 250

Presentations

SGW Campus, MB Building third floor. All presentations run 30 minutes.

JMSB admissions for Cegep students
10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 3.265 
Hear a presentation on our requirements, tailored to students applying from Quebec.

Our programs

  • Accountancy — 11:30 a.m.  MB 3.210 
  • Management, Human Resource Management — 12:30 p.m. MB 3.270 
  • Business Technology Management, Supply Chain Operations Management — 1 p.m. MB 3.270 
  • Finance — 1:30 p.m. MB 3.210 
  • International Business — 1:30 p.m. MB 3.270 
  • Marketing — 2 p.m. MB 3.270

The student experience
All presentations are held in MB 3.210.

  • Get involved: JMSB student associations and case competitions — 12 p.m.
  • Get experience: Co-op (paid internships) and Career Management Services — 12:30 p.m.
  • Study abroad: International student exchange program — 1 p.m.
  • Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program (Finance) — 2 p.m.
  • Demo: How to prepare for a case competition (John Molson Competition Committee) — 2:30 p.m.
  • JMSB LIFE: Orientation programs and initiatives for new international students — 3 p.m.


Tours

Undergraduate facilities
In English: every half hour from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
En français : 12 h 05, 13 h 05, 14 h 05
Departure point: SGW Campus, MB Building third floor, Tours table 246
Length: 30 minutes



Graduate

Our graduate programs educate next-generation leaders across all business disciplines. Discover how JMSB can help you expand your career options in business research, administration, investment management, or accounting at one of our information tables, sessions or presentations.

Our programs

Get answers from Concordia staff to all your questions about admission requirements, program options and curriculum.

  CAMPUS LOCATION
Graduate admissions SGW MB Building 6th floor,
table 267
Accountancy:  Graduate Diploma in Chartered Professional Accountancy (CPA) SGW MB Building 6th floor,
table 269
Business Administration: MBA SGW MB Building 6th floor,
table 266
Businesss Administration: Executive MBA SGW MB Building 6th floor,
table 265
Business Administration: Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Business Administration (GCBA/GDBA), Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship
SGW MB Building 6th floor,
table 268
Investment Management: MBA with Complete CFA® Integration
(Goodman Institute of Investment Management)
SGW MB Building 6th floor,
table 264
Research:  PhD, Master of Science (Finance, Management, Marketing) and Master of Supply Chain Management SGW MB Building 6th floor,
table 262

The student experience

Discover life as a JMSB grad student beyond the classroom! A chance to interact informally with current students and get an inside view of the incredible diversity and richness of the John Molson environment.

  CAMPUS LOCATION
John Molson Graduate Student Association (JMGSA) SGW MB Building 6th floor, at the cocktail tables
John Molson Graduate Student Association clubs and associations SGW MB Building 6th floor, at the cocktail tables
Quantum Test Prep SGW MB Building 6th floor, table 263

Information sessions

Get an overview of the program, information on the application process, admission requirements and curriculum, plus insight into the overall learning experience. Most of these information sessions are timed to follow a demo-lecture, so you’re encouraged to arrive for the lecture and stay for the session. As well as registering for Open House, we recommend you also register for the information sessions.

Graduate Diploma in Chartered Professional Accountancy
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.260 Length: 25 minutes

Master of Business Administration (MBA, EMBA, MBA with Complete CFA® Integration)
11:30 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.240 Length: 45 minutes

Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship (GCE)
12:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.260 Length: 25 minutes

Master of Science (MSc in Finance, Management, Marketing)
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.240 Length: 45 minutes

PhD in Business Administration
1:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.260 Length: 25 minutes

Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)
2 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.260 Length: 25 minutes

Graduate Diploma/Certificate in Business Administration (GDBA/GCBA)
2:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.240 Length: 45 minutes


Demo-lectures

See our professors and lecturers in action and get a feel for classroom learning at John Molson. An information session will follow each demo-lecture. As well as registering for Open House, we recommend you also register for the demo-lectures.

Ethics in the world of business: finding opportunity within ethical dilemmas (MBA)
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.240 — Length: 25 minutes
Presenter: Tim Field, MBA, senior lecturer, Management
A look at the connection between business strategy and ethical behaviour with a focus on the stakeholder model.

(Financial) Decision-Making (MSc)
12:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.240 — Length: 25 minutes
Presenter: Dr. David Newton, assistant professor, Finance
An exploration of the canonical decision-making models of individuals and corporations in an uncertain environment. We highlight some of the fascinating, or even irrational, behavioural failures of these models and the implications for consumers' and corporations' decision-making.

The importance of customer relationship marketing: cementing customer relationships (GDBA/GCBA)
2 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.240 — Length: 25 minutes
Presenter: David Moscovitz, MBA, lecturer, Marketing
A company’s success in today’s business environment is directly, strongly, undeniably, positively, and perfectly linked to the way they treat their customers.


Presentations and more

As well as registering for Open House, we recommend you also register for the presentations.

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) demystified
12.30 p.m. and 2 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.425 Length: 25 minutes

MBA: experiential learning
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.425 Length: 25 minutes

Secrets of successful GMAT preparation
2.30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6.425 Length: 60 minutes
Presented by Quantum Test Prep. 


Tours

Graduate facilities
10:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m. — SGW Campus, in front of MB 6.260 Length: 25 minutes
Visit facilities specifically for graduate students, including the graduate student lounge and club and association offices. Your tour guide, a member of the John Molson Graduate Student Association, will share his or her experience of studying at Concordia.

Executive MBA and MBA-CFA facilities
1:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 6th floor near the elevators. Length: 25 minutes
Visit zones reserved for the two private MBA programs, including an exclusive dining room, classrooms and study space.

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