John Molson is the Best in Finance

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Subject: John Molson is the Best in Finance
Concordia University has been named the first university in Canada and one of the first in the world, to become a Program Partner of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute.

Ned Goodman, founder and benefactor of the Goodman Institute of Investment Management said, "This is a very important designation in the investment community that is recognized worldwide as the premier qualification for investment specialists. As the only Canadian school to receive this endorsement, the Goodman Institute of Investment Management MBA Program is honored to be recognized for its excellence."

The only other universities to be awarded CFA Program Partner designation so far are Sa?d Business School (Oxford University, UK), Bocconi University (Milan, Italy), Boston and Marquette Universities (US) and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

To be awarded an official CFA partnership a university must offer at least 70% of the courses required for all three levels of the CFA Program. The MBA in Investment Management is the only program to offer 100% of these courses. Because of its exacting standards, only the best of each incoming class graduate and fifteen JMSB students will receive their degree this coming June 12, 2006.

http://johnmolson.concordia.ca/news/2006/cfa-program-partnership.cfm


[14-12-2006,04:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson is the Best in Finance)
Why can´t you ever post something shorter and more original?? Perhaps that way you might get a few more responses, you boring piece of shit.
[14-12-2006,05:15]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson is the Best in Finance)
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[14-12-2006,06:51]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson is the Best in Finance)
^ Don´t be a fucking jealous douche bag.

John Molson is da best, fuck da rest!


[14-12-2006,07:41]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson is the Best in Finance)
So does that mean the CFA designation is considered an alternative to the ever-popular MBA?
[14-12-2006,13:56]
Anonymous
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It´s much harder to obtain a CFA than an MBA. Check the failure rate from the original post. Plus, a CFA requires three years of study while some MBA programs are only 12 months long. The MBA isn´t what it use to be thanks to a lot of greedy schools that have shortened and watered-down their MBA programs.
[14-12-2006,15:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: John Molson is the Best in Finance)
Is it safe to say the market for MBAs has reached saturation?
[14-12-2006,15:22]
Anonymous
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what risk do you have by saying it? Do you get a bigger toe or smelly fart or something?
[15-12-2006,03:19]
Anonymous
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A YES answer may cause some MBA students to pee in their pants.
[17-12-2006,04:24]
Anonymous



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