DAS serves as the liaison between accounting firms, the CPA Order and McGill’s accounting students. We take on the responsibility of organizing all accounting recruitment-related activities within the faculty with a strong commitment to ensure that students are well prepared for a future in the accounting field.
DTech organizes events that will help students gain exposure to the technology field in a manner that complements their studies. Whether that means meeting and learning from industry professionals, understanding the latest trends in technology for a specific industry or applying what they have learned in class in a real-world context, DTech bridges the gap between the classroom and industry.
Desautels Women in Business aims to provide a platform for students to explore the opportunities and careers available to them. We aim to create a strong network of women interested in a career in management; this network consists of students, McGill alumni, Professors, and current industry professionals.
MES promotes entrepreneurship among students and members of the local community through advising and funding. Networking with business organizations who make their resources available to club members is also highly sought after. The club’s three branches include Entrepreneurship Community Outreach, Competition, and Micro- Business Development in an effort to give anyone with a project in mind the opportunity to form their team, take a leadership position, and bring their idea to life!
The DEN (Desautels Exchange Network) is a student-run organization whose mandate is to welcome and fully integrate exchange students into the student body. Through ongoing communication and regular social & cultural gatherings, DEN allows students to feel home away from home. Going on exchange opens a new world of experiences and the DEN is here to ensure a smooth, fun, and easy transition into life in Montreal. DEN also provides students with a link to other international associations in Montreal, such as MESA (McGill Exchange Students Association), IMA (International Management Association), and groups at Concordia and UQAM.
Revamped and re-invigorated, Global Oriental Vision is responsible for researching, developing, and executing innovative ideas to improve and increase students from the BCOM program’s awareness of entrepreneurial opportunities in Asia. GOVision focusses on an annual conference/case competition that will allow students to problem solve unique business cases experienced in the Asia economy, involving networking opportunities where students are able to reach out to speakers about pursuing opportunities in Asia.
The International Management Association is a platform where the students, faculty and alumni of the Major in International Management Program can meet and interact with one another. We aim to provide networking opportunities and self-developing resources as well to create a stronger student body for both International Management students and those passionate about the field of international business. We will also serve as a bridge between students and the faculty, representing the students’ perspectives in various issues in order to help shape the future of the program.
MIC is a comprehensive finance club, open to all students of McGill University in all faculties, with two main components: an Investment Management side and an Investment Banking side. The club plays a major role in bridging the gap between the classroom and the financial workplace, and proudly supports the career preparation and development processes of McGill students. The MIC strives to help educate students about the financial markets via seminars, speaker-series, information sessions, newsletters, and forums on market specific topics.
Under the guidance of industry leaders, world-class professors and top flight consulting firms JED is positioned to provide tailored solutions to solve complex business problems. With a specialization in market research, strategic planning and brand development, we have successfully been able to serve clients ranging from small startups to not-for-profits to Fortune 500 global powerhouses.
The McGill Consulting Association (MCA) aims to help undergraduate students understand, prepare for, and develop careers in the consulting and related fields. By creating and fostering deep relationships with consulting firms and organizations, we hope to expose students to the nature and scope of consulting practices, as well as provide them with the appropriate opportunities and tools to succeed as a consultant. Through our various events and activities, from preparatory workshops to case competitions, we wish to provide students from a variety of academic backgrounds with recruitment opportunities to network and gain valuable experience in order to help them further a career in the multifaceted field of consulting.
The McGill Students Business Review (MSBR) operates as both an online platform and a social hub for those with a passion for business affairs. The MSBR provides all undergraduates with the opportunity and resources to explore and learn about the business world. The MSBR aims to inspire a way thinking that stretches beyond the campus and into the professional world.
The McGill Data Network was created to prepare students for the ever-evolving data driven world by providing members with a platform to learn, develop and connect with data-related opportunities. Last year, we hosted a speakers’ series with local start-ups, and invited representatives from Microsoft and Google to teach our members how to use the leading analytic tools in the industry. This year, we are planning new tutorials, conferences, and case competitions.
McGill Marketing Network is a student-run organization that takes pride in its ability to connect motivated, creative, and ambitious students who are interested in the marketing industry with the corporate world. As an organization, the MMN strives to present its members with numerous networking opportunities, thus allowing them to develop the skills that are necessary in today’s job market. The MMN also functions to connect undergraduates closer with industry professionals, by sharing best practices and industry experience, while encouraging students to apply classroom concepts to the real world through workshops and case competitions.
The Sustainability Network is a club for management students interested in pursuing careers in environmentally friendly businesses. The club aims to bring students together by hosting both professional and interactive events. In the past, events have included networking, speaker panels, and seasonal activities such as apple picking and yoga classes.
MyVision is a MUS club that is accelerating and incubating social business at McGill. MyVision educates McGill students about social business through our summit and other events in the year, provides consulting services for local social entrepreneurs and runs a social enterprise called Learning is For Everyone (LIFE) aiming to lower the high school dropout rates in Montreal.
PennyDrops is a registered not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of financial education in Canada. We work to increase the level of financial literacy nationwide, foster a community of shared intellectual resources and bridge the financial literacy gap currently experienced by youth.