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John Molson reputation - how easy or difficult is it to get a job?

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Hi All!

I have received an offer to study MSc Management from JMSB. Its a two year course which gives me sufficient time to complete my degree, do another certification course in Sustainable finance from JMSB and learn french - which i believe is equally critical in getting a job in Montreal. Furthermore, I will be able to secure a minimum 2 year work permit following my MSc, which I can use to pay off my student debt (provided I get a decent job). Canada is friendly towards foreigners relative to US and Europe.

However, since JMSB is not a gold standard institution in Canada, I was wondering if anyone can shed a light on how good is the reputation of the college within Quebec, Canada?

I applied the JMSB on the basis of the fact that its in downtown Montreal and the data they have provided in the MSc brochure:
[2012-2013 exit survey as per their 2014 MSc brochure]

80% employed within 3 months of graduation.
Average starting salary: $65,000
International students: 70% in all MSc (Management, Marketing, Finance) programs.

Thanks for all (and any) help!

Best regards,
Shivaang.
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shivaangsharma wrote:
Hi All!

I have received an offer to study MSc Management from JMSB. Its a two year course which gives me sufficient time to complete my degree, do another certification course in Sustainable finance from JMSB and learn french - which i believe is equally critical in getting a job in Montreal. Furthermore, I will be able to secure a minimum 2 year work permit following my MSc, which I can use to pay off my student debt (provided I get a decent job). Canada is friendly towards foreigners relative to US and Europe.

However, since JMSB is not a gold standard institution in Canada, I was wondering if anyone can shed a light on how good is the reputation of the college within Quebec, Canada?

I applied the JMSB on the basis of the fact that its in downtown Montreal and the data they have provided in the MSc brochure:
[2012-2013 exit survey as per their 2014 MSc brochure]

80% employed within 3 months of graduation.
Average starting salary: $65,000
International students: 70% in all MSc (Management, Marketing, Finance) programs.

Thanks for all (and any) help!

Best regards,
Shivaang.

Hey !
I am planning to apply for the same
Have you had the information about the jobs after msc from concordia.
Please help me in that.
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