Inside Campus: A Tour of Top MBA Programs - John Molson School of Business at Concordia University

Posted by The MBA Tour on 29 May 2014 / 0 Comments

Pat TennerielloFollow Pat Tenneriello, Director at The MBA Tour, Inside Campus #INSIDECAMPUS as he visits business schools across Canada.

Pat graduated with an MBA from McGill University in 2012. As Director at The MBA Tour, Pat manages client relations in North America and Europe as well as leads events in Asia, Latin America, Europe, Canada and the US.

I continued from my journey from Ottawa to The John Molson School of Business (JMSB) of Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Upon my arrival, I was greeted by Marie Lyster and Zsolt Kekesi, two prominent members of the John Molson Admissions & Recruitment team. The school’s state-of-the-art facilities are housed in the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified Molson Building, the center of Concordia University’s downtown campus. After a productive meeting in the Molson Building, we headed out for a picture and a tour of the campus.

Pictured above: Marie Lyster, Student Recruitment Officer, & Zsolt Kekesi, ‎Director, Executive Programs Development

Fun Facts About John Molson School of Business

  • Concordia's MBA program was ranked 2nd in Canada by The Economist, and 80th in the world.
  • Both undergraduates and graduate students are active participants in international business case competitions. The John Molson MBA International Case Competition is the oldest, largest, and most highly respected international case competition in the world. Each year, top MBA students from 36 universities around the world participate.
  • The John Molson School of Business is named after businessman John Molson, founder of Molson Brewing Company - North America's oldest brewery!

Hear from Audrey Davis, an alumna of JMSB, on why she chose the John Molson School of Business to pursue her MBA:

"The network that you get from being in an MBA program is one of the most valuable things. You can study all you like for your classes, but the people that you know are what is going to really help you move forward later on."

To learn more about the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University, visit their website or Youtube channel.

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