The Advantages of studying at John Molson School of Business

The John Molson School of Business mission is to provide an engaging learning and research environment that empowers us to achieve our greatest potential for the betterment of business and society.

See why John Molson is right for you!

AACSB-accredited

The John Molson School of Business's excellence in business education has been recognized since 1997, when it earned accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the world’s premier business school accreditation agency. AACSB International accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education, and is recognized around the world. Through continuous improvement by a rigorous and comprehensive peer review, you can be sure that your John Molson degree will open doors for you around the world.

Entrance Scholarships

When applying to John Molson, you are automatically considered for an entrance scholarship, which are awarded to students based on academic merit. For more information about scholarships, awards, bursaries and financial aid, see Financial Aid and Awards.

Co-op programs

John Molson Co-op programs provide students with hands-on work experience in some of Canada’s top corporations. Alternating academic semesters with work terms allows students to apply what they learn in the classroom in a real world context. Co-op programs are offered in Accountancy, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing and Supply Chain Operations Management.

Accumulating months of paid work experience while completing your studies gives John Molson students a strong competitive edge when entering the workforce upon graduation.

Concordia Student Exchange Program

John Molson Study Abroad programs offer students the opportunity to experience new cultures, learn foreign languages, broaden their perspectives, and develop professional skills. Earn credits towards your John Molson degree while studying at one of over 130 partner universities. Study abroad for up to two semesters while maintaining Concordia tuition fee rates.

Study in cosmopolitan Montreal, Quebec

Considered one of the world’s best cities to live in, Montreal is a vibrant, safe and affordable metropolis, with a diverse population and a rich cultural environment. Montreal has consistently been named one of the world’s top student cities.

Located in the heart of Montreal’s downtown core, John Molson is steps away from the bustling financial district, close to countless restaurants and cultural landmark. The Molson building also has a direct entry to the Metro system from the lower level of the Molson Building.

Tradition of success in Case Competitions

The John Molson School of Business has a long tradition of success in national and international case competitions and a reputation for having one of the best undergraduate case preparation programs in the country. Students who take part in these competitions gain valuable skills and experience and build relationships that last a lifetime.

Career Management Services

John Molson's Career Management Services (CMS) offer students one-on-one career counselling, drop-in résumé and cover letter writing clinics, a job posting database, on-campus recruiting events, and various career building workshops, including interview techniques, salary negotiation, and employer research.

Small Class Size

The average size of a typical John Molson upper level undergraduate class is just 50-60 students. This low student to professor ratio means greater faculty accessibility and an exceptional level of individual attention for our students. The Concordia-wide average is that 75% of classes are 60 students or less.

Interdisciplinary Curriculum

John Molson undergraduate programs provide students with a practical education for business life. This is accomplished through an interdisciplinary curriculum that is intellectually challenging. The first year of the program provides knowledge of fundamental business concepts and operational skills that form the base for the core curriculum. The second year of the program builds on this foundation to provide a broad experience in all phases of business. The interdisciplinary nature of the program allows students to analyse, formulate, judge, and solve challenging business problems. The last year of the program provides students with an opportunity for in-depth study of a specific discipline.

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