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.
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.
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.
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.
Learn how to prepare for an interview and what employers are looking for. Learn about the importance of self-awareness, body language and communication styles.
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.
Get the chance to meet with Dr. Charles Carrol who is the Chair of Arts, Communications & Social Sciences This is an open conversation to give students the opportunity to talk in a group setting with the Chair, voice opinions and ask questions. This is a one-hour long interactive session.
Looking for support with your search for employment? In this one-hour session, you'll hear from Vancouver Public Library's Skilled Immigrant Information Centre about key strategies and no-cost resources that can get you on the road to employment and career planning. Everyone is welcome.
Presenter: Heidi Henkenhaf, a Librarian at Vancouver Public Library's Skilled Immigrant Information Centre