2016-2017 Issue 1

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.


2016-2017 Issue 1

“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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2016-2017 Issue 1

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.


2016-2017 Issue 1

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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.”


2015-2016 Issue 2

Engagement_Chainon1As an educational institution, the School promises its students the opportunity to learn and connect.
These opportunities are often present in the classroom amongst instructors and classmates, but they also lie beyond our campus walls, within the School’s external community.


2015-2016 Issue 2

Nader Diab has travelled the world. Now he wants to turn his travels into a humanitarian movement, and his first step was enrolling in the Diploma in Public Relations and Communications Management.


2015-2016 Issue 2

Talent1 alignleftThis fall the spotlight once again shone on the talented international students and graduates of the School’s Certificate of Proficiency – Language and Culture programs in both English and French. Over 20 individuals participated in the annual McGill’s Got Talent, which highlights the students’ abilities and passions.


2015-2016 Issue 2

Veronica_BoggiaMake no mistake: Veronica Boggia is bilingual. But when it came to writing, “I felt any mistakes I made were glaringly obvious.”
When she enrolled in an online language program, “my boss and colleagues noticed right away. There’s no question that it’s helped my productivity.”


2015-2016 Issue 2

HarryS 2Harry Stergiopoulos faced a difficult job market when he finished his undergraduate degree. It was the Diploma in Management that put him back on track and towards an MBA in finance.


2015-2016 Issue 1

Screen Shot 2016-01-22 at 9.40.55 AM 2Madeleine Dube and Edith Gagnon are two recent graduates who were surprised to learn that not only did the School provide awards, scholarships and bursaries, but that they were award recipients. “I didn’t know there were awards for Continuing Studies students,” says Madeleine Dube. “I though they were only for full-time students.”