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Concordia University - John Molson School Of Business

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Concordia’s Faculty of Commerce became the John Molson School of Business following a generous donation from the Molson Family and the Molson Foundation in November 2000. The school proudly bears the name of the entrepreneur, John Molson, (1763 - 1836). He was an innovator and philanthropist whose contributions to Montreal have left an indelible mark on the city's history.

It is a Public University with 144 full-time faculty members from 31 countries. 188 part-time faculty. 6,830 undergraduate students and 1196 graduate students. There are approximately 37788 alumni of John Molson School of Business worldwide. The major departments are Accountancy, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Science and Management Information Systems.


Mission & Values

We educate students to enable them to become business leaders and responsible global citizens. We place strong emphasis on teaching, research and scholarship, and we strive for an intellectual climate in which excellence, innovation and imagination flourish. As an urban business school, we welcome Concordia’s multilingual and multicultural constituency. Our international faculty, diverse student body, strong links to the local business community and relationships with international partners provide a learning environment that responds to the demands of a global economy and recognizes the realities of the contemporary world to achieve a better future.


AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools, worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. AACSB International accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in management education. John Molson School Business was the first in Montreal to receive accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), thus ranking it among other leading business schools such as Harvard, Wharton, and Northwestern. JMSB was the fourth business school in Canada to receive this prestigious seal of excellence.














Location & Facilities

Concordia University has 2 campuses Sir George Williams Campus, located in the heart of Montreal and Loyola Campus at the west end. Loyola - Hingston Hall and Jesuit Residences: 183 students Sir George Williams - Grey Nuns residence: 241 students While efforts are made to meet specific requirements for particular rooms, assignments depend upon availability of places. Priority is given to first-year full-time undergraduate students 17-22 years old who reside more than 50 km outside of Montreal and its surrounding areas. You can apply for housing only once you have been granted conditional or final acceptance. Acceptance to the University does not guarantee admission to residence. If we cannot accommodate your request immediately, you will be put on a waiting list until space becomes available.
















List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

The major departments are
  • Accountancy: The Accounting department is one of the largest in the country, with nearly 30 full-time faculty members and exceptional programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levelsUndergraduate programs offered are B.comm,Certificate in Accountancy,
  • Finance, Management, Marketing, and Science and Management Information Systems.























Courses Offered

Sr. No.


Name of the Program



Bachelors of Commerce



Bachelors of Administration



Masters in Buisness Administration



Masters of Science in Administration



Graduate Diploma in Buisness Administration























The Financial Aid and Awards Office (FAAO) understands the importance and the intricacies of financing your education. Our knowledgeable and dedicated staff is committed to providing each student with personalized in-depth assistance with their student aid requirements.

Most scholarships, bursaries, and awards are restricted to full-time students in Bachelor / Baccalaureate programs who are Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents. A limited number of scholarships, bursaries, and awards are open but not necessarily restricted to International Students, or part-time students.
The primary criterion for all scholarships is high academic achievement. Other criteria, such as restrictions to specific areas of study, vary from scholarship to scholarship. The majority of scholarships are not renewable. High academic achievement does not guarantee selection for any scholarship - the level of competition is significant due to the number of students with top grades significantly outweighing the number of available scholarships each year.






















John Molson School of buisness has 3 intake Fall (September) Spring (January) and Summer (May)                              
The major intake is September (Fall)