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Subject: John Molson Business > McGill Business
Buddy, let me tell you something about life: what goes around comes around. What I find quite amusing about all this is that JMSB is well recognized in Montreal and if you speak to HEC folks they will tell you that it is a very good business school. IF Concordia has such as shit business school with only Mcgill rejects then how the fuck can you explain the fact that your top female graduate did her MBA at Concordia? Not only that, she was working as a consultatnt for Deloitte and THEN she did her MBA at Concordia. This means that she was TOLD by the company not to go to Mcgill. You do not find that a tad odd? And please, the whole deal with Concordia being for Mcgill rejects is really overrated. The admission standards are identical for Quebec cegep grads and for a few years, we actually had higher standards. The truth is that HEC has lower standards then both Mcgill and Concordia (by a tiny bit) and generally speaking, the standards to get into business programs in Montreal are not very high. I have nothing against Mcgill science but Mcgill business is a big scam. It is like a bad infomercial: you can say Mcgill business is good as many times as you like but it dont make it true!! I think I have said enough. I am getting pretty tired of this conversation especially when I KNOW that I am intellectually superior to any Mcgill biz student. At first, it was funny to see what you were writing but now I see you are a little bit of a psycho. I only hope that you speak french or else you will soon realise that your Mcgill degree aint worth shit diddly in Montreal. ON a last note, you mentionned earlier that your accounting department (if you can call it that) is not strong and you carry on by saying that Mcgill excels in other areas like entrepreneurship... Well yeah, I know what you mean: the other day I saw a Mcgill B.comm selling pretzels at the Habs game. He was really selling those pretzels!!

:)

Ive had my fun with you but I have finals coming up so I better go study. YOu see, I have to study to get good grades. This is something you might not be familiar with...

Becuase youare a genius... Ya know... youre a genius...

hahahaha


[04-12-2006,16:27]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
"Not only that, she was working as a consultatnt for Deloitte and THEN she did her MBA at Concordia. This means that she was TOLD by the company not to go to Mcgill."

WTF?? BAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHA!!!!! So she´s working at Deloitte, chooses Concordia, that means her company told her to go there?!? you really are a moron aren´t you? I won´t even go on with this one, rational people will recognize how blantantly illogical that statement is.

"I KNOW that I am intellectually superior to any Mcgill biz student."

sorry, but no one believes you, and no one will ever take that statement seriously. you go to the McGill reject farm, just accept it and move on.

i never said McGill´s accounting program wasn´t good, that was someone else.

"I only hope that you speak french or else you will soon realise that your Mcgill degree aint worth shit diddly in Montreal."

You see, you and other concordians don´t realize that there´s a world outside Montreal. A world outside Montreal that doesn´t really care for Concordia, nor does it view it very highly. Also, many McGillians will work in this world outside Montreal, places that might have better job prospects or better pay such as Alberta or even the US. So thanks for the tip, but I have lots of options. That´s the thing with McGill, it´s a truly international institution with international recognition. nevertheless, my french is fine, thank you.

talk all you want but these are the facts:

in recent years, JMSB has won their OWN competion a few times, competing against such revered international universities such as the Pan-African University at Lagos and Xiamen University lol! They´re near last place in Maclean´s, and no where to be seen on business school rankings such as FT or Forbes.

McGill has won a highly prestigious international competition, competing against the biggest names in the world, such as Harvard, MIT, Yale, U of Chicago, Cornell, Columbia, Cambridge, INSEAD, London Business School and so on. They´re number 1 in Macleans, and they have one of the top business schools in the country according to business school rankings such as FT and Forbes.

those are the facts. now you´ve had your time reject boy, i have finals too. so don´t waste my time, i have to study so that i won´t fail and end up transferring to Concordia (God forbid!!).

[04-12-2006,19:38]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
I like how Concordia rejects start a new thread to discuss the same thing every time thay cannot win an argument put forth by a McGillian. hahahaha They know they go to a 3rd tier school only known in Montreal!
[04-12-2006,19:55]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
^It´s true, they get offended when someone from Ontario doesn´t know them! Imagine the rest of the world. Concordia biz whatever the name is, isn´t known anywhere.

It must be annoying to have a shit school in your backyard, it´s like a fucking pest. How close is it from McGill?

Is it like Ryerson and UofT close? or York and UofT?

[04-12-2006,20:02]
RotmanBiz
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
As someone not from Quebec, I´ve heard that McGill business sucks, but I´ve heard good things about Concordia biz.
[04-12-2006,20:13]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
^sure you were probably rejected by McGill and you probably go to Concordia! hahahaha reject! There are people in others part of Canada that are rejected too and they end up at Laurier or UofWindsor!
[04-12-2006,20:23]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
the concordian got beat and will be grounded as well

the original concord was owned by the french and brits and ??

no wonder the one at montreal is all the same shit

[04-12-2006,22:33]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
That Mcgill guy likes to reply to himself. I find this pretty amusing.







[05-12-2006,01:23]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
"in recent years, JMSB has won their OWN competion a few times, competing against such revered international universities such as the Pan-African University at Lagos and Xiamen University lol!"

What´s even funnier is the fact that McGill doesn´t win with these Chinese and African universities competing at the JMSB competition.

Furthermore, JMSB did beat Harvard last year too in an American competition too - I believe it was at the Texas ugrad comp.

The McGill Fanboy isn´t very bright.




[05-12-2006,02:19]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
McGill teams didnt´ win because they probably didn´t care about an irrelevant competition such as the JMSB´s. it was a little warmup for the real deal.

did Michael Jordan care about a little exhibition game against the Toronto Raptors, or about the NBA Finals?

time for you to shut up and know your place you reject concordian.


[05-12-2006,02:39]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
Your arguments are quite similiar to an immature high school student.

Do you also think all the corporate sponsors and the several local business people are a joke too?

Btw, JMSB is the only Canadian business to be partnered with the CFA program.

John Molson over McGill anyday!


[05-12-2006,07:32]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson Business > McGill Business)
^ yes! they are all local!!

look at recruiting season... who comes to McGill? apart from local businesses a shit load of international businesses! of course you wouldn´t know anything about that!

you´re a joke!

Again, look at the rankings... any ranking! Concordia is nowhere to be seen!


[05-12-2006,15:10]
Anonymous



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