As our ambassador recruitment reaches full gear, we thought it would be a great opportunity to introduce MMICC 2014’s participating schools! Here is a little taste of what these exceptional universities are like. If you find the one not-so-accurate fact we’ve slipped in here, you will receive a free MMICC Pub Crawl ticket! 

University of Alberta


Established in 1908 (by a McGill alumnus!)
Motto Quaecumque vera, ( “whatsoever things are true”)
Fun Fact You will find sinks with no drains, doors that open to brick walls, and stairwell that lead to nowhere in the mysterious Biological Sciences Building

Wharton Business School


Established in 1881, as the first business school in the U.S.
Motto Leges Sine Moribus Vanae, (“Laws without morals [are] useless”)
Fun Fact The University’s football field is known to be the oldest in the country

Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México


Established in 1946
Motto Por un México más libre, más justo y más próspero“, (“For a freer, fairer and more prosperous Mexico”)
Fun Fact Rumor has it that ITAM students have the most hours of classes in all of the country

University College Dublin


Established in 1854
Motto Ad Astra Cothrom Féinne“, (“To the stars fair play”)
Fun Fact One of MMICC’s favorite authors, James Joyce, graduated from this university just 112 years ago

Copenhagen Business School


Established in 1917
Motto Where University Means Business
Fun Fact Upon acceptance at CBS, every student receives a voucher to eat at Noma, otherwise known as the best restaurant in the world

University of Belgrade


Established in 1808, making University of Belgrade our oldest participating university
Motto It’s all about good organization
Fun Fact The University boasts over 90,000 students

Thammasat University


Established in 1934
Motto Be the finest, be fair, be the main engine of the society
Fun Fact Thammasat is the school with the most podiums in MMICC history

Auckland University


Established in 1883
Motto Ingenio et labore (“By natural ability and hard work”)
Fun Fact Our brave Auckland participants will fly for over 22 hours to get to Montreal

McGill University


Established in 1821
Motto Grandescunt Aucta Labore, (“by work, all things increase and grow”)
Fun Fact our founder James McGill was buried on campus