University of Ottawa

CMC‑Canada is proud to partner with the
University of Ottawa

The Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa is located in the heart of Ottawa and is the proud academic home of some 4,300 students, 200 faculty members, and over 31,000 alumni. At Telfer, everything we do from teaching to research, to policy advice is firmly aligned with helping Canada reach its potential. We believe that better business practice means a better Canada and that a better Canada means a better world.
This partnership recognizes the strength of our MBA and Executive MBA programs in preparing students for a career in management consulting. This partnership reinforces our commitment to excellence in management consulting and advancing industry professional standards. Our curriculum is experiential – we have a major team-based consulting projects as well as a classroom component on professional standards of practice and consulting ethics. We are thrilled to provide this opportunity to our students to help them launch or accelerate their career in management consulting.

Meet the CMC Educational Requirements 
University of Ottawa Courses

  • Essentials of Management Consulting
    • Any of:
      • (EN) MBA 6269 or MBA 6499
      • (FR) MBA 6669 or MBA 6899
  • Project Management
    • (EN) MBA 6269 and (ADM6260 and ADM6261)
    • (FR) MBA 6669 and (ADM 6660 and ADM 6661)
    • Future - (EN) MBA 6361 or (FR) MBA 6761
  • Personal/Interpersonal Skills
    • (EN) MBA 5235 and either of (MBA 6269 or MBA 6499)
    • (FR) MBA 5636 and either of (MBA 6669 or MBA 6899)

Benefits for Our Academic Institution partners

  • Relevance: Connection and direct linkage to a profession that is top of mind for students looking to make a career in management consulting.
  • Program integration: A sufficiently integrated generalist process that makes it possible for business academic programs to bring together all business disciplines.
  • Exposure to industry experience: A relationship with the profession through CMC-Canada is augmented by industry participation in academic programs – program advisors, student mentoring, in-class instruction, guest lecturers, capstone/consulting project support etc.
  • Worldwide Profile: The CMC designation is the profession’s only international certification mark, recognized in over 40 countries.

Benefits for Student Members

  • Connect: Access to the CMC-Canada community, potential career mentors, speakers, judges, and career mentors.
  • Peers: Access to an online university community.
  • Resources: Immediate access to the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) available online for student members.
  • Membership: FREE Student membership will full access to benefits and membership pricing to attend professional development events where applicable, job postings, and networking events.
  • Designation: All or partial fulfillment of the educational requirements to earn the CMC designation.