Publicity January 2013

McGill University

Philip O’Neill

One of world’s top 20 universities offers innovative courses

McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management is at the forefront of management research and education. It aims to foster continued innovation, leverage excellence and develop students into business leaders who have a global outlook and understand the importance of personal responsibility.

We approach business education by delivering a comprehensive and leading-edge curriculum based on the theory of Integrative Learning.

McGill offers a wide range of educational opportunities through its many innovative programmes, including full-time and evening MBA courses; a specialist MBA in Health Leadership; an International Masters in Practicing Management; and a Joint Executive MBA programme with HEC Montreal, the independent affiliated business school of the University of Montreal, and the oldest management school in Canada.

The McGill MBA Japan programme, offered on weekends in Tokyo, is both the top programme in Japan, and among the leading MBA programmes worldwide. Taught by our own professors who fly in from our home campus in Montreal, the McGill MBA Japan programme is designed to develop future leaders for Japan, the rest of Asia and around the world.

The Desautels Faculty of Management MBA programmes were ranked in the top 10 worldwide by Businessweek and in the Financial Times’ Global Top 100.

With more than 37,500 students, 215,000 alumni and a reputation for excellence that reaches around the globe, McGill has carved out a spot among the world’s greatest universities, being 18th in the 2012 QS World University Rankings—the standing of the world’s top 700 universities as assessed, since 2004, using a method devised by the firm Quacquarelli Symonds, which specialises in education and study abroad, and operates globally from offices in London.

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