Ottawa – JDC Central (“JDCC”) 2017 is excited to announce the first MBA Partner for the 2017 competition season, the Sprott School of Business. Taking on the great responsibility of hosting the 2017 edition of JDCC, this commitment further builds the Sprott School of Business’s longstanding partnership with the Canadian Association of Business Students and will allow the competitors direct access to exclusive information and recruitment staff from the CPA accredited Sprott Master of Accounting and the Sprott MBA, which offers business graduates an accelerated MBA. Sprott Graduate programs are founded on innovative thinking, international perspective and a transformative experience.
JDC Central Event Staff – “As one of the largest business case competitions on the eastern side of Canada JDCC 2017 is extremely excited to have such a esteemed partner for this year’s rendition of the competition. Through this partnership we believe that JDCC 2017 will be able to provide the competing students guidance, knowledge and communication to help prepare them for a smooth transition into their future graduate program opportunities.” – Alex Pilon, Executive Director – Internal, JDC Central 2017
From Sprott – “Sprott faculty offered not only wide-ranging, real world experience, but also showed genuine interest in helping students increase and improve their skillsets.” Emilie Girard-Ruel, Sprott MBA Graduate
About Sprott – Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business is an internationally accredited, full-service business school located in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, Ontario. Ranked by Canadian Business in the Top 10 Most Affordable MBAs, the Sprott MBA equips students with the knowledge and experience to lead and make a difference in a changing global context. The Sprott MBA Accelerated Stream allows business graduates to complete their MBA in 12 months, including an internship, and features an individualized program plan and the choice of innovative concentrations. Sprott’s CPA-Accredited Master of Accounting (MAcc) is a rigorous program that provides a gateway to a career as a professional accountant. Sprott MAcc graduates are exempt from the CPA Canada Professional Education Program and proceed directly to the CPA Canada Common Final Exam. To learn more, please visit sprott.carleton.ca.
About CABS – The Canadian Association of Business Students (CABS) is a not-for-profit organization that represents over 85,000 business students from 30 universities in Canada. Our purpose is simple: to make every business graduate in Canada “global ready”. We are the guardian of conferences and competitions for student leadership strategy discussion, professional development for leadership and practical skills learning. It is our responsibility to ensure the maximum quality and integrity of these events, as well as support Program Teams in the planning, logistics and fundraising.