McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better

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Subject: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better
McGill initially wanted $40 Million from a donor to rename their business school, so the school rejected Seymour Schulich´s initial offer to endow McGill´s businesss school. So, McGill had to settle for some French guy´s money named Desautels many years later.

McGill´s stupid decision obviously benifitted York. Most Ontarians would agree York Business > McGill business.

McGill is the one of the last business schools to rebrand itself, yet Concordia holds a much more prestigious name to their business school - MOLSON.

http://www.answers.com/topic/seymour-schulich

[07-12-2006,00:42]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
your article is a direct copy of Wikipedia, a source that is unreliable since its articles can be modified by anyone on the web. nevertheless, the article does not even mention how much Schulich would have donated (if he was to donate to McGill, a big if) and how much McGill actually wanted. so we´ll just assume you, again, took that out of your ass.

McGill did indeed settle for some french guy´s money. That french guy named Marcel Desautels happened to make the largest single donation to any Canadian business school in history. Larger than Schulich´s donation to York.

http://www.mcgill.ca/newsroom/news/?ItemID=17559

"McGill is the one of the last business schools to rebrand itself, yet Concordia holds a much more prestigious name to their business school - MOLSON. "

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! NO COMMENT!!

What has McGill done lately: they won the fourth annual innovation challenge, going up against Harvard, MIT, Yale, U of Chicago, Cornell, Columbia, Cambridge, INSEAD, London Business School, HEC Paris, just to name a few. They have been ranked a top 5 school in Canada by Financial Times, Forbes, Business Week, ETC. McGill ranks first in Maclean´s.

Concordia: they have won they´re OWN competion a couple of times (suspicious isn´t it?) and what´s even more pathetic, they promote the fact that they won they´re OWN competition in their ads. They remain out of the rankings in all publications. Concordia ranks near the bottom in Maclean´s.

[07-12-2006,01:07]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
2 inferior kids going at it! what fun!
[07-12-2006,01:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
inferior? I go to McGill; therefore, i´m quite sure you´re not in my league. go speak to your little reject friends wherever you go to.

now on to the concordian: you´ve got a lot of nerve to even have a little discussion with McGillians for this long. learn and understand your place in the hierarchy. there are the elite students at McGill, Queen´s, UBC and so forth. and then there are the rejects, the ones at Concordia for example. you see, i don´t like interacting with lowly Concordians because i always feel like i´ve lost a few IQ points and that i´ve wasted my time talking to someone so beneath me. so please, just disappear, or go and interact with those in your level (other rejects).

[07-12-2006,01:23]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
lol, someone is mad in this forum AND denies he doesn´t have inferior complex?

LMFAO.

[07-12-2006,01:50]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
Your just a little insecure McGill fanboy. I´ve noticed you never mention how crappy McGill does in the Quebec Commerce games every year (which is not hosted by Concordia). Concordia manages to kick McGill´s ass every fucking year! So, you can take your magazine rankings and shove them up your ass because in the end Concordia´s John Molson students produce results.

Your an idiot to believe some magazine rankings entitles you to a better job over any other job applicant from another university.

Most Canadians already know McGilligans are only the best at being snobs with super-inflated egos.

In the end Concordia and McGill are equal because we share a joint PhD program in Business Administration, so this debate is pointless.

The McGill fanboy should help out his poor team for next year´s Commerce games becuase McGill finished a miserable fifth last year behind crappy schools such as Universite de Quebec a Trois Rivieres!

End of Discussion


[07-12-2006,01:50]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
hahaha i´m insecure?? who´s the one who started this whole McGill vs JMSB thing? you did! who keeps making new threads about this topic? You!!

that´s great that you keep bringing up little LOCAL competitions like the Commerce games or the JMSB comp. seriously, let´s see Concordia win in a true international comp like the intl innovation comp, beating out the top schools like Harvard, MIT, Yale, Cambridge, HEC Paris, INSEAD, the list goes on and on! Then we´ll talk buddy, then we´ll talk.

[07-12-2006,02:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
and another thing, i want to see Concordia get ranked in at least one b-school ranking, and get to at least the top 5, AT LEAST. THEN, we´ll talk, how about that.
[07-12-2006,02:05]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
yes McSucks
[07-12-2006,02:56]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
To my McGillian comrades,

Please don´t answer Concordians; they r lower. If we talk to them, then their level will be elevated to one where they are at least worth being talked to by a McGillian. This being the case, we should let them argue with students from schools like Lakehead.

Concordia = Quebec´s Lakehead

[07-12-2006,04:37]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
To my Concordia comrades,

Please don?t answer McGilligans; they r lower. If we talk to them, then their level will be elevated to one where they are at least worth being talked to by a Concordian. This being the case, we should let them argue with students from schools like Nippissing

McGill = Ontario?s Nippissing

[07-12-2006,07:05]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill rejected Schulich - York B-school Better)
Concordia?s John Molson business school is pleased to announce the great success of our Graduate Diploma in Chartered Accountancy students in the 2006 Uniform Final Examinations (UFE) of the Order of Chartered Accountants of Quebec.

Ninety-five JMSB students passed the UFEs this year which constitutes 20% of Quebec?s new CAs. The pass rate for first-time writers was 82% exceeding the national first-time pass rate of 79%.

David Charles Nayer earned the CICA Gold Medal and the cash prize for highest standing in Quebec and Jeffrey Cochrane made the Honour Roll.

http://www.johnmolson.concordia.ca/news/2006/ufe.cfm


Reflecting this exceptional pass rate, twelve candidates have made the UFE Honour Roll of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. These young people from across Quebec are:

- Pierre-Luc Cardinal, HEC Montreal, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Montreal

- Jeffrey Cochrane, John Molson School of Business (Concordia University), Montreal

- Amelie Dubois, HEC Montreal, Samson Belair/Deloitte & Touche, Montreal

- Martin Dubuc, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, Dessureault, Leblanc, Lefebvre, Trois-Rivieres

- Jolyann Gill Richard, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Samson Belair/Deloitte & Touche, Montreal

- Julie Girard, HEC Montreal, Samson Belair/Deloitte & Touche, Montreal

- Catherine Giroux, HEC Montreal, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Montreal

- Regine Joyal-Villiard, HEC Montreal, Ernst & Young, Montreal

- David Charles Nayer(i), John Molson School of Business (Concordia University), Fuller Landau, Montreal

- Simon Poirier(i), Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi, Mallette, Chicoutimi

- Emilie Simard, Universite Laval, Ernst & Young, Quebec City

- Marie-Claude Tardif, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, Ville Saguenay

http://www.ccnmatthews.com/news/releases/show.jsp?action=showRelease&searchText=false&showText=all&actionFor=623678

* No McGill students made the honour roll because Mcgill isn?t as good as Concordia in Business.

I?ve proven again why Concordia?s John Molson > McGill?s "no name" business school.


[07-12-2006,07:45]
Anonymous



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