Career Services at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University is dedicated to helping students develop their career management skills and explore career paths that enable them to ultimately achieve their career goals. Innovative programs, workshops and speaker series coupled with an integrated learning approach prepare our students and give them the skills to make an impact in their careers throughout their lifetime.
At the same time, Career Services works closely with Alumni and Employers to create partnerships that allow employers to connect with students and connect with excellence.
Your one-stop location to learn about our programs and access resources such as the BCom Career Handbook (contains information on CV (resume) writing, interviewing, and more), Career Handbooks for different areas of business as well as external resources such as the Vault Guides, job boards, case books, internships, more.
Explore job postings and apply for jobs. Learn about and register for events such as the Career Discover Series, company information sessions, workshops, company tours. Start on the right foot and make it a weekly habit to visit MyFuture!
DESAUTELS CAREER SERVICES FEE
The Soutar Career Centre is, in large part, funded directly by all BCom students through a separate levy of $40/student/semester. This fee is ongoing and can only be modified through a student referendum, and is discussed every Spring by the MUS Council. If you have any comments regarding this fee, email your year representative to ensure your voice is heard in these discussions.
Technology & Study Space
The Sandiford Lab is the only student run computer lab on campus. The Lab consists of room 007 in the Conrad Concourse (basement) and room 202 on the second floor of Bronfman. All of the equipment in both labs is funded by BCom students through the 21st Century Fund. Management students have 24-hour access to the labs with the use of a McGill ID.The labs provide access to computers, Internet, scanners and printers. Computers are equipped with up-to-date software, including Microsoft Office 2007 (on all computers) and Adobe Creative Suite 4 (on select computers). Digital cameras, laptops and portable projectors can be rented from the lab for educational purposes. The Sandiford Lab also contains three discussion rooms, complete with computers and whiteboards, which can be rented out from the Sandiford Office in room 007. Students have access to 100MB of personal storage on the McGill network from the computer labs and from their home residences via a VPN connection.The labs are staffed by management students who are trained to handle technical questions from students and professors. The staff are responsible for solving computer problems and managing the labs’ resources.
Sandiford Lab Office Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday: 8:00AM – 9PMFriday: 8:00AM – 5PMSaturday – Sunday: 12PM – 4PMContact the Sandiford Lab:514-398-4099 firstname.lastname@example.org
DESAUTELS COMPUTER DEVELOPMENT FEE (21ST CENTURY FUND)
All technology in the Bronfman building is directly funded by students through a separate levy of $37.50/student/semester. For this reason, computers in the Bronfman building are only able to be logged in with a valid Management student account. If you are having trouble logging in and believe yourself to be a valid Management student, please email the BCom office. This fee is ongoing and can only be modified through a student referendum, and is discussed every Spring by the MUS Council. If you have any comments regarding this fee, email your year representative to ensure your voice is heard in these discussions.
2ND FLOOR STUDY ROOMS
To book a study room on the 2nd floor, please see a Sandiford Lab consultant in the Bronfman basement.
The BCom Student Affairs Office is located on the first floor of the Bronfman building and is dedicated to student support. They provide ongoing advice and guidance on majors, concentrations, minors, course pre-requisites and registration as well as support for exchange, transfer credits, scholarships, exam deferrals, course changes, graduation, course planning and more. Student advisers offer help managing academic situations during periods of personal, financial or medical problems.