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John Molson School of Business – Concordia University

History

While Montreal’s Concordia University was not formally opened until 1974, the foundation of the Canadian university came in the late 19th century with the merger of merger of Loyola College and Sir George Williams University. The business school, formally entitled as Concordia’s Faculty of Commerce, was renamed as the John Molson School of Business in late 2000 after a donation from the Molson Family and the Molson Foundation.

The school is accredited by the Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), and the AMBA Development Network (ADN).

Schools Rankings

Bloomberg (Canada): 4
• The Economist: 94

Location(s)

The John Molson School of Business is located in the southeast corner of Montreal, just east of Mont Royal. The central campus, located at 1450 Guy Street, about 18 kilometers east of the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.

Courses in the MBA in Investment program are also taught in Toronto’s financial district, as well as the central Montreal campus.

Facilities

The centerpiece of the business school is the John Molson School of Business building. The 37,000-square-metre, 15-storey building features a 300 seat auditorium, six amphitheaters, 45 classrooms, 22 conference rooms, an atrium, co-network spaces, and a ground level linked directly to Montreal’s extensive transit system for easy access.

Faculty

The business school employs 157 full-time faculty members from over 30 countries worldwide.

Student Body

Nearly 8,500 full-time and part-time students are enrolled in the John Molson School of Business’ undergraduate and graduate programs.

MBA Degree Offerings

The school offers a full-time MBA, a part-time MBA, an Executive MBA, and an MBA in Investment

Videos

Celebrating 50 years of MBA studies at Concordia

Concordia’s John Molson School of Business is celebrating five decades of next-gen MBA studies. JMSB, recently ranked fourth in Canada by Bloomberg Businessweek, has gained momentum thanks to its community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends and donors. This video features remarks from: • Thomas Cody, MBA 83, retired Senior vice-president at Bank of America •Kenneth Brooks, MBA 99, partner and senior vice-president of Ernst & Young (E&Y) •Lino Saputo Jr., BA 89, chairman & CEO, Saputo Inc.; co-chair, the Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen. Now. •Anne-Marie Croteau, BSc 86, dean, John Molson School of Business •Andrew Molson, partner and chairman, RES PUBLICA Consulting Group; co-chair, the Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen. Now. •Mutsumi Takahashi, BA 79, MBA 95, LLD 13, chief anchor, CTV Montreal News; honorary chair, the Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen. Now. #CUpride #CUalumni

Message to the community

Concordia president Graham Carr addresses members of the university community on the topic of Covid-19.

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