Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?

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Subject: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?
Why does Concordia´s John Molson school lack recognition beyond the province of Quebec?


[14-06-2006,08:33]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
Let´s drink beer!!
[14-06-2006,11:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
Reading the postings in this forum, I would say not.


[14-06-2006,12:11]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
If Concordia ever constructs the new business building, Molson school will become the best B-school in Canada.
[14-06-2006,23:38]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
retard...
[14-06-2006,23:44]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
You can´t handle the truth!

Concordia rules!

[15-06-2006,05:27]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
"If Concordia ever constructs the new business building, Molson school will become the best B-school in Canada. ´

Idiot!!
The construction of a building can make a school becomes the best??

[15-06-2006,05:47]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
Top notch facilities attracts top students and great professors. That´s a fact!




[15-06-2006,09:26]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
they should raise tuition at Concordia and raise admission standards, then maybe we can talk.


[15-06-2006,11:01]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Has the Molson name given Concordia more prestige?)
The raising of tuition fees is decided by the Quebec government. Concordia can raise admission levels, but the their mandate is to be an accessible institution. Unfortunately, being accessible never equates to prestige.
[16-06-2006,05:46]
Anonymous



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