The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly brought much uncertainty to the world in the last several months. This has left many business leaders looking for the best way to communicate with their employees during these unprecedented times.
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.
Monumental events throughout history have shaped the global business environment and enabled it to progress further.At present, global business is continually being shaped by emerging trends across different areas and the latest scientific and technological advancements.
Small businesses have been hit hard by COVID-19. Canada’s government has approved 688,000 emergency $40,000 small business loans.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we buy things. With so many people staying home, online shopping is booming.
Here’s a riddle: how can you be somewhere when you can’t be there? The answer, tech pioneers hope, is virtual reality (VR).
Looking to socialize from the comfort of your own home? Test your general knowledge and join us for our 20 question Kahoot Trivia Quiz. Prizes to be won for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place! Meet new students, socialize and have some fun!
This workshop will focus on the current labour market and what has changed in job search techniques, as well as the economy. We will also share the key skills that will be in demand, and how you need to reflect this in your resume and cover letter. Virtual networking and interviewing are the new normal and we need to be prepared on the best etiquette when communicating online. In our current state, which industries have been identified as having large gaps of skilled workers, and which ones will take years to recover from the downturn?
UCW professor Dr. Rafia Faiz will discuss achieving a work-life balance. Do you feel like you are struggling to perform multiple roles (work + family + university)? In this interactive workshop, you will have the chance to understand what causes interference between your various roles, and how to establish and maintain more control in your life. This workshop entails a 40 minute presentation with a Q & A to follow.
April Lu, UCW's Immigration Consultant will be virtually conducting 1-on-1 15 minute sessions where students can get help with certain immigration questions.
These sessions must be pre-booked.