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Professors Tuesday Celebration February 13th, 2018

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Join us on Tuesday, February 13th for a very special event at our new location at the

Shinjuku NS Building, in Nishi-Shinjuku.

Professors Tuesday with Dror Etzion of the Desautels Faculty of Management at 7PM followed by a Celebratory Reception in recognition of the McGill MBA being ranked # 1 in Canada in the most recent Financial Times Global MBA Rankings starting at 8PM

Professors Tuesday is the McGill MBA Japan Program's informal evening lecture series that brings together McGill students, alumni, candidates and other friends for an evening of information and discussion, and a special celebration.

From 7PM, Professor Dror Etzion will introduce us to some his latest research and findings in the area of Sustainability. This will be an informal discussion that will let us talk about some of the bigger questions that face organization and society in general. Everyone is encouraged to join in the conversation.

From 8 PM we will move to the exciting Rose and Crown on the First Floor for a Celebration of McGill's new FT Ranking as the #1 MBA program in Canada. Join us for delicious food and drinks.

Be sure to sign up in advance. This event is likely to sell out soon, so be sure to sign up right away.

Professors Tuesday, Shinjuku NS Building 3rd Floor
Doors Open at 6:30PM
Discussion from 7PM.
Reception and Celebration from 8PM--Rose and Crown Conference Centre, Shinjuku NS Building, 1st Floor.

Guided tours of the new McGill MBA Japan Office in the Shinjuku NS Building, in Japanese and English available on the day.

Cost for Professors Tuesday and Reception is 4,500 for alumni and friends.
Sign up soon. This event will be very popular.


Tue Feb 13, 2018
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM JST
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Venue
Shinjuku NS Building
Tickets
General Admission SOLD OUT ¥4,500
McGill Registered Student SOLD OUT ¥1,000
Venue Address
2-4-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 163-0801 Japan
Directions
Closest Station are Tochomae or Shinjuku-Eki
Organizer
Philip O'Neill
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