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Myrna-Lynn Gabriel is a busy woman. She works full-time, has a family, and she’s in her last semester of the Certificate in Indigenous Business Management, an undergraduate program aimed at First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.


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Asics1Four of the School’s students have won the 2017 APICS Canada Student Case Competition.


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PierreCThere are two common threads in Pierre Chanzonkov’s career: McGill University and wine.


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David Carvalho Nov 10 2016David Carvalho has enjoyed many successes. Yet upon hearing that he was the recipient of a student award, he was “very grateful and honoured. It is very humbling.”


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A team of students from McGill’s School of Continuing Studies has earned second place in the APICS/TFC Global Student Final, an international student case competition in supply chain management.


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tonymasellaTony Masella has over 25 years of experience working for the world’s largest consulting firm, and it all began while he was studying for the Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting at McGill’s School of Continuing Studies.


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GCPAThree students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting at the McGill School of Continuing Studies have been awarded scholarships from the Fondation des comptables professionnels agréés du Québec.


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“I’m super excited because this is my first diploma from Canada,” says Salma Wafaei, the recipient of a Diploma in Management – International Business
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IMG_3963The School is proud of all our students and alumni, and we are showcasing some who stood out at our Spring 2016 convocation ceremony. Eleven students received awards based on their academic performance, and we had the chance to speak to a few of them on what they’ve achieved and what they’ll do next.


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Members of the SPEAK program say it’s more than just a way to practice English language skills: “I learn English but also about different people around the world.”