"When an organization claims to have high standards, I question it now. Before ... I would just take these points as fact."
"Success is many things to me. Most prominently, success is defined by the difference I am able to make for others."
"The university’s commitment to valuing inclusivity has made me more aware of the issues facing today’s world," says Ochocinski.
MugMaster Marauders: DeGroote captures first place at International Collegiate Business Strategy Competition
DeGroote students outperformed rival schools by operating a mock company called MugMaster, a line of coffee mugs.
Going global: DeGroote finishes third in the world at John Molson MBA International Case Competition
"From September to December, our team of four practiced at least six hours a week," says MBA candidate Elizabeth Van Dyck.
They're champions once more. The DeGroote School of Business has won the 2019 MBA Games.
The annual student-run event is operated like a real business, complete with contracts, revenues, and expenses.
What should your charity do with $5,000? That was the burning question at the latest Pitching in for Charity event.
“We have a chance to be pioneers and lead the way," says fourth-year Health Sciences student and HLA participant Kohilan Selvakumaran.
Showcase your passions, stay up-to-date on trends, and be confident. That's how one BCom student describes her keys to success.
Maggie Cheng: "Are we attempting to differentiate employees based on stereotypes so that we can control them?"