Why Choose John Molson Instead of McGill

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Subject: Why Choose John Molson Instead of McGill
Just curious why students would choose to attend John Molson (Concordia) instead of McGill´s b-school?

I was told Concordia´s b-school is much better than McGill in Management/Finance/Accounting.


[09-05-2006,07:10]
Rajeeva
CFA and John Molson MBA - 2 Lethal Weapons in the Business World (in reply to: Why Choose John Molson Instead of McGill)
Apr 28: Globe and Mail - Concordia University is the first school in Canada to be awarded a partnership with the Chartered Analyst Institute, a move that university officials believe will strengthen the business school´s standing on the world stage. Alan Hochstein, Director, Goodman Institute of Investment Management, says this means that the program, which lets students work toward both a masters of business administration and a chartered financial analyst designation, is the only one in Canada and is internationally respected.

Apr 27: La Presse - Concordia University has become the first university in the country to be awarded a partnership and the second in the world after Oxford in the United Kingdom. The CFA title has existed for around 40 years and is rapidly becoming an essential for portfolio managers and financial analysts. "The CFA designation allows you to add another zero to the figure on your pay check," suggests Alan Hochstein, Director, Goodman Institute of Investment Management.

[09-05-2006,07:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Why Choose John Molson Instead of McGill)
CFA is a piece of shit compare to the prestigious MBA degree at Rotman, Sauder or Schulich.
[09-05-2006,11:17]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Why Choose John Molson Instead of McGill)
Go to Rotman, it´s better than Princeton and Harvard COMBINED
[09-05-2006,13:12]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Why Choose John Molson Instead of McGill)
U of T is better than Harvard and/or Princeton?

What are you smoking dude? I like to buy a bag of your shit.


[10-05-2006,04:07]
Anonymous



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