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Subject: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results)

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.






[07-12-2006,07:41]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
Concordia is to McGill as,
York is to UofT as,
Simon Fraser is to UBC

When will this ever change?

[07-12-2006,20:24]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
is an apple the same an an orange, pea-brain?
[08-12-2006,00:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
"When will this ever change?"

it already has!

Concordia is to McGill as,
UofT is to York as,
Simon Fraser is to UBC

[08-12-2006,00:54]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
Dig deeper Douche Bag and you´ll discover in the Business World:

Schulich > Rotman

Molson > Desautels

Haskayne > Alberta

Who cares about BC? Most of the UBC and SFU grads go to Asia for a better job.

[08-12-2006,01:52]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
IT´S THE REVENGE OF THE REJECTS!! OH SNAP!!!
[08-12-2006,02:06]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
McGiil Business students = John Molson rejects

Check the UFE results Douche Bag!

[08-12-2006,02:25]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
check the business rankings! check the intl. innovation comp.!

where is concordia ranked? where? tell me? you want to look at business schools in general, or some honour roll list to assess quality?

where´s concordia as a school in national rankings, international rankings?

that´s right, it´s nowhere to be found. now go back to your reject school and study for your easy ass exams.


[08-12-2006,02:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
and just shut the hell up already. you have a lot of nerve, reject, lots of nerve to talk to someone above you. know your place in the hierarchy. there´s the elite, then there´s the reject. you being a concordian, puts you in the reject category by default.
[08-12-2006,02:35]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
"McGill CA students score above national average UFE grades
November 28, 2006
Twenty-two of the 27 McGill first-time writers of the Uniform Final Examinations received a passing rate of 82%. The Quebec average is 87%, while the national average is 79%. The Desautels Faculty of Management BCom graduates´ performance is particularly noteworthy, with 20 successful first-time writers out of 22, a success rate of 91%. Pierre-Luc Cardinal, BCom´05, is listed on the Honour Roll as one of the best writers in Quebec."

It´s important to notice the success rate, better than Concordia!. We didn´t pass 95 students b/c we´re not focused on accounting, you dumb fuck. Our passing grade was the same as yours. WOW! now tell me how special is Concordia? hahahaha

I´m wating for you to show me the rankings...ANY ranking where Concordia even shows!!!!!

Ah by the way, it seems all you guys produce is accountants. We produce i-bankers, consultants,etc too. Concordians will always report to McGill grads! Get it through your fucking thick skull!


[08-12-2006,02:47]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
^ bahahaha! nice find! this concordian keeps reaching but gets owned each and every single time.
[08-12-2006,02:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: JMSB > McGill in Business (UFE Results))
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.

[08-12-2006,03:00]
Anonymous



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