Apr 9, 2019
An MBA Built On Academic Rigour and Practical Business Relevance

BCBusiness + Trinity Western University As organizations and businesses expand further into a hyper-competitive marketplace, so too has the need for leaders who cultivate significant, far-reaching impact—and who do so ethically and morally. Trinity Western University (TWU) produces such leaders—and ensures values...

Mar 29, 2019
What's new in MBA programs around B.C.
Juan Rivera

Royal Roads University, School of Business TUITION: $25,730-$42,680 (program-dependent) NEXT APPLICATION DEADLINE: MAY 5 Royal Roads University offers an MBA in executive management with a variety of experiential learning opportunities, combining in-class and online teaching to keep things flexible. The curriculum includes...

Mar 20, 2019
TWU Makes Adult Degree Completion Easier

BCBusiness + Trinity Western University Adult learners generally abandon their academic journey for competing work obligations and varied life pressures. Degree completion for busy adults is at the heart of the Adult Degree Completion (ADC) program at Trinity Western University (TWU). With an...

Mar 15, 2019
The BCBusiness 2019 Education Guide: How to find the right tech school
Dee Hon

Jennifer Waldern is going places. On a brisk December day, the seagulls on Vancouver’s Granville Island squawk around her as she soaks in some last sights of the city. Next week the 2013 UBC computer science graduate is moving to...

Feb 26, 2019
Leadership Meets Global Acumen

BCBusiness + Royal Roads University By the age of 33, Georgina Maddern had forged a promising career with Vancouver Coastal Health in the mental health and substance abuse field, but wanted to advance further. After careful consideration, she chose Royal Roads University’s (RRU)...

Feb 19, 2019
Where Innovation Meets Success

BCBusiness + Chartered Professional Accountants As a youth, Amanda Burns imagined that one day she would break into the business world and attain a position of influence, formulating strategies that would propel her colleagues to greater levels of success. Burns, now 40, is living...

Feb 8, 2019
Doors Open to Technology welcomes students to a digital future
Juan Rivera

High-school students were welcomed into a number of tech office spaces in the province's capital on Tuesday. As part of Doors Open to Technology, an initiative created by Vancouver-based brand experience firm Inventa and driven by industry leaders to expose youth to careers in one of the province’s fastest growing sectors, students...

Jan 31, 2019
Using Education and Empowerment to Build Success

BCBusiness + Cross Canada Corporate Services Every technological advancement has a downside, but what plagues today’s connected populace is the lack of face-to-face social skills. In light of advancing digital and social media technology, what comes as a shock to employers is how...

Jan 25, 2019
Poll: Busy baby boomers not ready for retirement
Juan Rivera

New York–based Harris Insights & Analytics has released its recent Harris Poll, commissioned by Express Employment Professionals, on Canadian baby boomers and retirement trends. Its findings show that most workers aged 54 to 72 are satisfied with their jobs and would prefer to stay in the workforce as semi-retired, rather than make...

Jan 23, 2019
Creative Solutions

BCBusiness + Chartered Professional Accountants When Chartered Professional Accountant Jennifer Duffy welcomes new business students to her class at Langara College, it’s not long before she tells them that her professional skills were invaluable during her four-year stint as a choreographer for the BC Lions Felions dance team. The disclosure baffles the students...

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