2014-2015 Issue 1

JmorenoJenny Moreno had taken plenty of French courses since arriving in Quebec, yet she wasn’t confident that she could communicate in French at a professional level.
Then she found McGill’s French and English Online Courses, and she knew she’d found what she’d been looking for.


2014-2015 Issue 1

When Comprehensive Project Management graduate Steven Socciarelli was presented with the PMI® (Project Management Institute) 2014 GHMB Prize in November, it was a pleasant surprise.
Socciarelli


2014-2015 Issue 1

Enji Gowayed just completed the Graduate Diploma in Internet Business Technology at the McGill School of Continuing Studies, and she’s now eyeing one of Canada’s hottest jobs: mobile application developer.
EnjiG


2014-2015 Issue 1

Meet four award-winning graduates from the Class of 2014.
Grads


2013-2014 Issue 2

Despite their different academic backgrounds, both got exactly what they wanted from the ‘Introduction to Scriptwriting for Television and Film’ course.
Jonathan Lefebvre directing his short film 'The Grand Slam.'


2013-2014 Issue 2

Gabriel Cavalheiro Gabriel Cavalheiro registered for the Conflict Resolution Workshop in hopes of learning “how to deal with difficult situations, and how to deal better with people in general.”
“It was excellent. This [was] the kind of course and the kind of teacher I was looking for.”


2013-2014 Issue 2

Nikoo TaghaviOnce Nikoo Taghavi found what she was looking for, she didn’t hesitate. She’ll be among the first to graduate with a Diploma in Integrated Aviation Management from McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies.
“I got exactly what I wanted,” says Nikoo. “It provides an overview of aviation fields and the possibilities of future growth in the industry. I definitely recommend it.”


2013-2014 Issue 2

Sorana Gyorgy

‘Ambitious’ is frequently used to describe those who attend the McGill School of Continuing Studies, and Sorana Gyorgy is no exception.
Raised in Romania, where she earned two bachelor’s degrees in economics and physical education, the country’s financial situation had her looking abroad for new career options.
So just how did she end up at McGill?


2013-2014 Issue 2

Convo1


2013-2014 Issue 2

KristinaRamsayKristina Ramsay is working towards a Certificate in Public Relations and Communications Management from McGill’s School of Continuing Studies.
“Going back to school was always at the back of my mind, and I’ve really enjoyed it. I’ve already improved my writing skills and public speaking skills, as well as networking with others in my industry.”