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Your use of this site is governed by these Terms of Use and by using this site, you agree to be bound by and to comply with them.  We may revise these Terms of Use from time to time and your continued use of the site constitutes your acceptance of any such revisions. We encourage you to review these Terms of Use regularly.  ‘You’ and ‘your’ refers to each individual uses the site.  ‘We’ and ‘our’ and ‘us’ refers to the University of Ottawa and the Telfer School of Management.


The content provided by users of this site reflects the personal and professional interests of the users themselves. They in no way reflect the opinions, interests or views of the University of Ottawa or the Telfer School of Management.

The content you post, tag or otherwise make available to the public on this site or to other sites is your own property or if you do not own it, you are responsible for obtaining and maintaining all permissions to post such content.   We do not edit the content but we reserve the right to remove content that does not respect these Terms of Use.

In posting, tagging or otherwise making your content available to the public by using this site, you agree to (a) be respectful of the ideas and opinions expressed by others, (b) to not make any defamatory or disparaging statements about any person, (c) to respect copyright, trademark and other proprietary rights, (d) to not post content or attach files unless you have the authority to do so, and (e) to not post content that infringe upon the rights of others, contain offensive language, are obscene or that otherwise violate any laws. You may not use this site to collect user names and/or email addresses of members by electronic or other means for unauthorized purposes such as sending unsolicited email.


This site is provided ‘as is’ without any warranty of any kind. We are not responsible for any loss or damage caused or arising from your use of this site, your own social media site or account.  We do not assume any responsibility for any content that you may tag, post or otherwise make available on this site or on other sites.

You accept responsibility for the content you post and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the University of Ottawa and the Telfer School of Management against any liability and any and all third-party claims, demands, actions or costs (including legal costs on a solicitor-client basis) arising from its publication, transmission or broadcast including but not limited to breach of confidentiality or copyright or any obscene, defamatory or other actionable statement you may make.

Links to other sites

This site may contain links to other sites and other sites may link to this one. Any such other sites are independent and we have no control over the contents or operation of other sites.   The provision of a link to other sites is for convenience and does not constitute an endorsement by us of other sites.

Collection of personal information, privacy and disclosure

Your personal information is collected by the University under the authority of the University of Ottawa Act, 1965, and is collected for the purposes of and those consistent with providing the services associated with the administration of University programs and activities and in order to carry out other University services and functions, including its alumni and development activities.  The University protects the personal information it collects and does not share that information with third parties unless required to do so by law.  We do not sell your confidential personal information

By posting, tagging or otherwise making your information available on this site or other sites, you consent to sharing it with others.  We cannot control the actions of other users with whom you may choose to share your information.

If you have questions or for more information about privacy and this site, please contact the Telfer School of Management at (613) 562-5731. For general information on the University’s Privacy Policy, please consult


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Telfer School Programs

The Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) provides students a complete business education: academic excellence, a rewarding student life, and distinctive personal and career development opportunities.

Stats: 17478 Alumni

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The Telfer MBA gives students the power to outperform: lead people, take charge of organizations, allocate resources effectively and articulate a strategic vision—all fundamental skills of high-performing business leaders.

Stats: 4860 Alumni

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Our Executive MBA Program provides a uniquely stimulating and rigorous professional development experience that will enhance your general management capabilities. The program opens up global, practical and relevant business experiences for ambitious professionals—experiences these students use to explore international business, experience management through hands-on consulting projects and gain the leadership skills necessary for success in today’s global economy.

Stats: 1017 Alumni

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Our Master of Health Administration (MHA) provides students with the expert knowledge, practical skills and hands-on training they need to translate their passion for health into genuine results for Canadians.

Stats: 961 Alumni

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Our Master of Science in Management (MSc) equips students with the knowledge and skills to examine management challenges from a variety of viewpoints, conduct informed research, and uncover findings that can be used by managers to solve pressing problems.

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Our Master of Science in Health Systems (MSc) prepares students to help healthcare practitioners and managers achieve the most vital outcomes of modern healthcare: lower costs, better patient outcomes and improved healthcare services. This program trains them to “think differently” and become an agent of change.

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The Telfer PhD in Management is unique and focused, designed to create the depth and breadth that makes an impact in business – and the world. Our unique approach surrounds our students with unusual and exceptional opportunities for learning and development – just one of the many reasons we are so proud of our PhD in Management program.

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