Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects"

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Subject: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects"
http://www.johnmolson.concordia.ca/ugrad/kwpmp/managers.cfm?MainM=committees&SubM=fund

Look at those losers... man Mcgill iz so gud ... ehe he



hehe, je suis un con eh eh. Got beer?

[09-12-2006,16:00]
Mcgill fanboy
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
*yawn* there, you got the last word. i don?t really give a shit since i go to the Harvard of Canada, whereas you?re just a pathetic little reject from Concordia. keep trying to convince ppl on this anonymous board that Concordia or JMSB is anything but the reject school that it is, but you?ll hopefully soon realize that ultimately no one cares and no one will ever take your last-place ranked school (or your unranked business school), seriously. so have a nice day, you insecure reject.
[09-12-2006,16:29]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
McGill?s Business Dean?s Bio:

Peter Todd joined the Desautels Faculty of Management as Dean and Professor in the fall of 2005. Prior to his appointment at McGill, he was the Chesapeake and Potomac Professor of Commerce, and Senior Associate Dean in the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia. While at Virginia, he also served as Associate Dean for Graduate Programs. He has also been on the faculty of the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston where he was a Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, as well as Director of the Information Systems Research Center. Peter received his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the University of British Columbia, and his BCom from McGill University.

http://www.mcgill.ca/management/dean/



Concordia?s Business Dean Bio:

Jerry Tomberlin was appointed Dean of the John Molson School of Business in March 2002. Prior to Tomberlin?s appointment as Interim Dean in August 2001, he served as an Associate Dean in various portfolios since 1995.

Dr. Tomberlin has also served as a consultant for the Bureau de la statistique du Qu?bec, the Royal Bank of Canada, and Clairol Canada among others. He has published many refereed articles and 10 conference proceedings. He has been a faculty representative to the University Senate and served on the Senate Steering Committee.

Tomberlin has a Master in Public Health in Biostatistics from the University of Michigan and an MA and PhD both in Statistics, from Harvard University.

http://www.pharmahorizons.com/jerryt.asp

--- Looks like the Harvard graduate is running Concordia?s business school, and not McGill?s. LOL

[09-12-2006,17:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
Financial Times Intl. Business School Ranking
http://rankings.ft.com/rankings/mba/rankings.html

TOP 7
1. York Schulich
2. UofT Rotman
3. Western Ivey
4. McGill Desautels
5. UBC Sauder
6. Queen?s
7. UofA

Forbes Non-US Business School Ranking
http://www.forbes.com/2005/08/16/best-business-schools-list-cz_05mba_land.html

TOP 5
1. York Schulich
2. Queen?s
3. UBC Sauder
4. McGill
5. HEC Montreal

Business Week Non-US Business School Ranking
http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/06/full_time.htm

TOP 7
1. Queen?s
2. Western Ivey
3. UofT Rotman
4. York Schulich
5. HEC Montreal
6. McGill, UBC Sauder

McGill: Places 4th, 4th, tied for 6th as a business school in Canada. In other words, it?s on the top b-schools inthe country.

Concordia: No mention of its business school in rankings. In other words, it?s not good enough to make it into rankings and it has NO reputation.

[09-12-2006,18:08]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
*one of the top b-schools in the country
[09-12-2006,18:12]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools, worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. AACSB International accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education.

AACSB International accreditation assures stakeholders that business schools:

Manage resources to achieve a vibrant and relevant mission.
Advance business and management knowledge through faculty scholarship.
Provide high-caliber teaching of quality and current curricula.
Cultivate meaningful interaction between students and a qualified faculty.
Produce graduates who have achieved specified learning goals.

Schools Accredited in Business

University of Alberta (Canada - Alberta)
University of Calgary (Canada - Alberta)

University of British Columbia (Canada - British Columbia)
Simon Fraser University (Canada - British Columbia)

University of Manitoba (Canada - Manitoba)

Brock University (Canada - Ontario)
McMaster University (Canada - Ontario)
University of Ottawa (Canada - Ontario)
Queen?s University (Canada - Ontario)
University of Toronto (Canada - Ontario)
Wilfrid Laurier University (Canada - Ontario)

Concordia University (Canada - Quebec)
HEC Montrell (Canada - Quebec)
University of Laval (Canada - Quebec)

Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada - Newfoundland)
Dalhousie University (Canada - Nova Scotia)
Saint Mary?s University (Canada - Nova Scotia)

http://www.aacsb.edu/General/InstLists.asp?lid=3

It is important to note that AACSB accreditation reviews include all the business and management programs of an institution, not just the MBA programs that are usually the focus on media rankings.

Also, accreditation is much more complete in that it examines the mission, strategy, students, faculty, staff, curriculum, and educational outcomes through a comprehensive peer review process. This is in contrast to the media rankings focus on collecting opinions about the programs.

http://www.aacsb.edu/Resource_Centers/Rankings/faq.asp


McGill?s business school is overrated and not accredited. As a business school, McGill sucks!

[09-12-2006,18:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
why don?t you realize through your peanut brain that rankings DO show a general view of how b-schools place relative to each other and an AACSB accreditation does not! a school like Brock or Memorial are AACSB accredited, yet the best b-school in our country, Schulich (York) is not! How can i take this AACSB accreditation seriously if our best b-school doesn?t have this accreditation. How can i take this AACSB accreditation seriously if even respected publications such as Financial Times, Forbes, and Business Week will still place schools such as Schulich, McGill and Western at the top despite the fact that they aren?t AACSB accredited? And how can I take JMSB seriously when it doesn?t show up in any b-school ranking, how can you seriously and honestly say that you even have a "good" b-school? Who can take JMSB seriously when it?s part of McGill?s reject farm, Concordia? Your school is either last or second to last place in Maclean?s every year for fucksake!

"Btw, the CEOs of CIBC and Manulife are Concordia graduates, and the Chairman of the Royal Bank is also a Concordia graduate. This means, McGilligans don?t have preference in the business world over Concordians. "

And the Chairman of Microsoft is a college dropout, your point? If anything, you don?t want to compare McGill and Concordia alumni, i?ll die of laughter.

now please, PLEASE, just disappear!

[08-12-2006,16:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: McGill Fanboy - Just One Insecure Monkey)^ The first thing you should know about accrediation is the university has to first seek it. It?s a long complicated process that eats up valuable resources. I don?t know if McGill and Schulich are actively seeking accreditation but I can see if they choose to forgo it if they believe they?re better than the rest. That would be arrogance. From what I?ve seen, this is an American accreditation and not all Canadian schools are on board yet. It may take some time before we see the likes of Schulich and McGill on the list.

Accreditation of b-schools is generally considered optional. It?s not like a medical school or engineering school where if education standards are?t met, people die. The most important aspect of business that?s largely ignored, is business ethics. I don?t see may stadards being set there based on the likes of Enron, Worldcom.

[09-12-2006,18:56]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
Judging by how often McGill fanboy has responded to my McGill attacks, he feels quite insecure about his business school.

McGill fanboy = JMSB reject

[09-12-2006,19:55]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
Bronfman = party central


[09-12-2006,20:13]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
the CEO of microsoft has an MBA from Wharton. WTF are you talking about Mcgilligan?


[10-12-2006,13:25]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
wtf are you talking about?

i was talking about the chairman, Bill Gates, he´s a college dropout.

and the CEO of Microsoft happens to be Steve Balmer, who never earned an MBA from Wharton. Actually, he doesn´t even have an MBA.

still pulling shit out of your ass, reject Concordian?

[10-12-2006,16:58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Check out the so called "Mcgill rejects")
By the way, it doesnt matter which university you go, AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools, worldwide. John Molson School of Business has it. You will soon discover that if you have success in your business career, it will have nothing to do with the university but YOU as a business person.
[19-01-2009,23:27]
Marie



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