100% of MBA students have secured employment within six months of graduation
University Canada West is planning to implement blended learning delivery for the Fall Term. This means that many students will have both online classes and limited on-campus learning. Students will do preparation work in the MyUCW Student Portal for their course before attending on-campus learning sessions with professors in our classrooms. UCW is introducing comprehensive safety measures as we prepare to welcome students back.
Study your degree online, on-campus or a combination of both
Located in vibrant downtown Vancouver, Canada
88% of MBA students have secured employment within three months of graduation
Free practical workshops including networking skills and personal branding
Knowledgeable faculty with first-hand industry experience
67% of MBA students have secured employment within a month of graduation
Transfer your credits to institutions throughout BC, Canada and abroad
Diversified student body with over 52 nationalities represented on campus
The Canadian government recently announced its 2021-2023 Immigration Levels Plan, setting out a path of increases in immigration targets to help the Canadian economy recover from COVID-19, drive future growth and create jobs for middle class Canadians.
Marketing stems from an organization’s need to set itself apart in a crowded market. It allows a company to reach out to potential and existing customers and build sustainable relationships with them that can translate into consistent sales.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly brought with it many economic challenges, there have been some unexpected upsides for businesses.
The emergence of social media platforms has changed the way brands market themselves and influencers play a major role in this. Given that 3.6 billion people use social media and around 51% of Canadians follow influencers, brands are increasingly leveraging influencer marketing strategy to reach more people and build trust.
For the first time ever, Canada’s economy beat out the United States in a worldwide ranking.
When looking for work it is important to be aware of the types of job and employment scams that exist in Canada. Protecting your personal information (privacy) and what information to share is very important.
April Lu, UCW's Immigration Consultant will be hosting group Immigration Rights & Laws sessions. Learn about your many Immigration concerns such as how to apply for the Post Graduate Work permit and find out how many hours students can work on and off campus. Get the chance to ask your questions to our Immigration consultant during the Q & A session. This presentation will last 40 minutes and will have 20 minutes of Q & A.
Attend this workshop to learn what employers are looking for and effective tools to help you make a great first impression. Cover letters personalize your application and are a chance for you to emphasize your most relevant qualifications for the position. Learn the value of creating an effective cover letter to support your resume.
April Lu, UCW's Immigration consultant will be virtually conducting 1-on-1, 15 minute sessions where students are provided with some 1-on-1 time to receive help with certain Immigration questions. You will need to pre book this appointment to attend. Please note we will have 1-on-1 sessions available throughout the term. First come, first served.
This workshop will dip you into the first steps of the journey called Start-up. You will learn how to form and verify your idea hypotheses and conduct a customer discovery interview to see if there is a product-solution fit. The workshop will briefly cover the main aspects of early marketing steps and the legal aspects of starting a business in BC.
University Canada West (UCW) has expanded its repertoire of short courses with two new additions. The University this week launched the Blockchain Entrepreneurship Certificate and Corporate Social Responsibility courses.
University Canada West (UCW) has been nominated for a Lead5050 Women in International Education Award.
University Canada West (UCW) is one of several Canadian post-secondary institutions to receive government approval to start welcoming new international students.
Cyndi McLeod, CEO of Global University Systems (GUS) Canada and Chair of University Canada West’s Board of Governors won the Canada China Business Council’s (CCBC) 5 at 50 Award in the Alumni category.
Cyndi McLeod, CEO of Global University Systems (GUS) Canada and Chair of University Canada West’s Board of Governors has been shortlisted for the Canada China Business Council’s (CCBC) 5 at 50 Awards.
Dr. Michael A. works as the chief technical officer of Empower ID, an Ohio-based cloud software company that specializes in identity and access management.
Dr. Min K received his Ph.D in Management from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, USA and holds membership in Academy of Management and Society for Judgment and Decision Making.
Theo Wang used the skills and knowledge he learned at University Canada West to land a job as an auditor for the Real Estate Council of British Columbia (RECBC).
Dr. Chand is keenly interested in research and has presented her research work at various platforms including Cardiff Organisational Researcher’s Group Conferences held in various cities.
"The faculty is very experienced as some of them are CEOs of companies and have taught at other universities"
With over 30 years of experience in the financial sector, both as a consultant and as an executive in financial institutions
"I am really enjoying the courses so far. The professors are great. They are really supportive."