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Beyond the classroom

The John Molson graduate programs provide numerous opportunities for students to connect with business and community partners through a wide variety of extra-curricular activities and events. Many of the organizations that come into contact with our students throughout our programs eventually recruit and hire our graduates. The connections that our students make during their graduate studies help them not only throughout the program, but also long after graduation.

John Molson GDBA Society

The John Molson School of Business Graduate Diploma/Certificate in Business Administration (GDBA/GCBA) Society is an initiative composed of students engaging their peers to be more active during their academic careers. The Society’s mandate is to assist the students in getting familiar with their colleagues and surroundings. It also looks to foster and strengthen unity and friendship between the students and other societies both inside and outside the Concordia University community in turn to promote professional and personal growth through various networking events.

The Society strongly believes that their involvement with the students will complement their education and careers. The students are given the opportunity to connect with other specialists in their discipline and widen their horizons of knowledge within their respective profession.  The GDBA/GCBA Society is strongly known to facilitate the development of all students’ professional identity in order the meet the demands of the current market as well as their personal ambitions.

*This society also includes students in the Graduate Certificate in Quantitative Business Studies program.

John Molson Women in Business Club

The John Molson Women in Business Club (JMWIBC) is an association open to all women - currently or previously enrolled in a graduate program at the John Molson School of Business - who are looking to advance their skills and career through our network of fellow students, alumna and business professionals.

John Molson Graduate Student Association Speaker Series

The John Molson Graduate Student Association (JMGSA) Speaker Series is a student-run initiative that organizes speaker events for graduate students at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. 

Concordia International Community Outreach Program

The Concordia International Community Outreach Program (iCOP) provides John Molson School of Business students like you with the opportunity to apply and transfer knowledge within the developing world. Work in microfinance, help with market analysis, and provide mentoring or consulting services to local entrepreneurs through iCOP's volunteer work placements. 

John Molson MBA International Case Competition

The John Molson MBA International Case Competition, is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2016. It is the oldest, largest and most highly respected international case competition in the world. Each year, top MBA students from 36 universities around the globe participate in this six-day event. Competitors apply the concepts and theories they have learned in class to a fast-paced problem-solving exercise. Their presentations are then judged by over 200 business executives who evaluate the creativity, insight and real-world applicability of their proposals.

Career Management Services

The dedicated Graduate Career Advisor at Career Management Services (CMS) meets graduate students on an individual basis to discuss career issues and to personally get to know the candidates. Your key to success in career management is to know yourself and then evaluate your value to the marketplace. CMS will help you create a winning résumé and cover letter - your primary personal marketing tools.

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