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Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

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Graduate recruitment team Our graduate recruitment team looks forward to discussing your academic and professional goals, and which program offers you the right fit.

Connect with a recruiter

When considering graduate business studies and if you have any questions after having attentively consulted the program webpages, a graduate recruiter should be your first point of contact. Although most of the information you need can be found on the website, a recruiter can address your specific issues and concerns, helping you to submit the strongest possible application to our programs.

To connect with a member of our Graduate Student Recruitment Team regarding programs, advantages of studying at John Molson, student life in Montreal, alumni success stories and much more, please contact us directly:

Graduate Student Recruitment Team
Email: gradadvisor.jmsb@concordia.ca

According to your program of interest, please address your email or phone call to one of our team’s recruitment specialists:

Keum Yeo (Anna) Brochet
Graduate Recruitment Manager
Professional programs: MBA in Investment Management, Executive MBA, Full-time / Part-time MBA, Graduate Diploma & Certificates in Business Adminisration, Graduate Diploma in CPA

Christopher Wise
Graduate Recruitment Associate
Research-based programs: MSc Finance / Management / Marketing / Business Analytics & Technology Management, Master of Supply Chain Management, PhD in Business Administration


To complement the information found on the program webpages, we invite you to consult the list of our information sessions and recruitment events, both ‘on-campus’ and ‘off-campus’.

 

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Connect with one of our Graduate Student Ambassadors

Already spoke with a recruiter, and looking to connect with a current student to talk about student life and their first-hand experience in the classroom? 

Connect with a John Molson Graduate Student Ambassador

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