Research Analyst students win top honours at national conference
August 02, 2016

Students in Georgian’s Research Analyst graduate certificate program received top honours last month in competitions held by the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA), a Canadian non-profit representing all aspects of the market intelligence and survey research industry.

Khyati Parmar was announced winner of the Jack F. Graydon award for the best essay on marketing research by a student enrolled in one of the MRIA’s accredited programs (including Georgian, Algonquin College, Humber College, and University of Georgia) at the association’s national conference in Montreal. And the team of Khyati Parmar, Biya Sha and Kimi Arora were awarded second place in a case competition involving 39 students from nine colleges and universities across Canada.

Congratulations, students!

About Georgian’s Research Analyst program

  • One of Canada’s longest running programs dedicated to preparing students for careers in applied research
  • Has an excellent reputation among employers
  • More than 600 alumni are working in all parts of the research industry, from business to government and the non-profit sector

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A group of students wearing green team jackets.
Students Lucas Beal, Amanda Allnutt, Nikita Satoskar, Biya Sha and Kimi Arora took part in MRIA competitions in Montreal.

A group of students.
Khyati Parmar, Biya Sha and Kimi Arora won second place in a case competition.