"When an organization claims to have high standards, I question it now. Before ... I would just take these points as fact."
An athlete from British Columbia. A first generation student from Hamilton. Two undergraduate students discuss their early BCom experience
Walter Schroeder, MBA ’69, wants to share the best of Newfoundland music — and maybe rewrite some history — with “No Change in the Weather,”
The chairman of Portland Holdings Limited spoke to an audience of alumni, friends and prospective students at an event in Hamilton, Bermuda
Three faculty members were recently recognized when DeGroote held ts inaugural awards for Community Engagement.
For the first time, McMaster is now ranked among the top 75 universities in the world.
During Welcome Week, Greensuits have a simple mandate: support first-year students in any way they can and always put “first years first”.
Elkafi Hassini is finding innovative ways to make ecommerce more efficient, greener and kinder on communities overrun by delivery trucks.
Applying to DeGroote’s Blended Learning Part-time MBA Program? “Be ready for a once in a lifetime learning journey”
Jennifer Dunk, Manager of the Blended Learning Part-Time MBA program, provides advice to anyone considering applying to the BLPT MBA program
Director of McMaster's Digital Music Lab Matthew Woolhouse on why music and dance is beneficial for people with Parkinson's Disease (PD).
Contributing to the Economy of the GTHA: DeGroote’s MBA Program Works with Employers to Meet Talent Needs
According to DeGroote’s own reporting, 97 per cent of its 2018 MBA graduates were employed within six months of graduation.
Six DeGroote researchers received funding from SSHRC, NSERC at a value of over $500,000