McDonald’s Canada Partnership

Posted on Thursday August 18, 2016

McDonald’s and Ontario Colleges have partnered to offer educational opportunities for McDonald’s employees to pursue postsecondary education in Business programs at colleges throughout Ontario.

Cambrian will grant recognition for first-year business credit into our Business diploma to McDonald’s Second Assistant Managers who have completed the Management Development Program Level 2 (MDP), with the following additional requirements to complete the diploma program:

  • Math Assessment
  • Business Communications English Assessment
  • General Education Elective Course

Upon completion of McDonald’s Management Development Program Level 2 (MDP), successful applicants to Cambrian’s Business Diploma program can complete a two-year Ontario College diploma in as little as one year!

Apply Today!

Step 1: Apply to Cambrian College’s Business diploma (GEBU) program on the Ontario College Application Service. On the program choice screen, select Entry Level 1.

Step 2: Send an email to enrolmentcentre@cambriancollege.ca (from the same email address you used to apply) to let us know that you’re applying for the McDonald’s Canada Business Program Partnership.

Step 3: When your application is received, you will receive an email with further instructions. At that time, you will be asked to provide the following documents:

  • Your high school transcript(s) and any postsecondary transcripts you may have. Both can be submitted via OCAS.
  • An original McDonald’s Canada Training Verification form (with training having been completed within the last three years), signed by your McDonald’s Regional Training Manager. Please provide this directly to the Enrolment Centre at Cambrian College.

Please note: Cambrian College reserves the right to validate graduation from secondary school and original admission requirements.

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