Once upon a time an MBA was the safe route for those seeking a cushy job in a corner suite. Today, "safe" and "cushy" are at the bottom of the wish list among aspiring business leaders, and gone are the days when an MBA program meant lecture halls packed with pencil pushers.
The 2011 BCBusiness Guide to MBAs in B.C.
MBA Programs in B.C.
Reviewing nine MBA programs in B.C. that can meet your every business school need. Tuition fees at these B.C. business schools fall in a range from...Read More >
Not Your Father's MBA
Once upon a time an MBA was the safe route for those seeking a cushy job in a corner suite. Today, “safe” and “cushy” are...Read More >
How to Ace Your MBA Application
A single typo on an MBA application can mean the difference between admission and denial. Applying to B.C. MBA programs can be a daunting process. For...Read More >
An MBA for the Entrepreneur
A brilliant plan is only half the entrepreneurial equation – an MBA gives B.C. entrepreneurs invaluable skills to make it in the business world. Great ideas...Read More >
B.C. MBAs Go International
For B.C. MBA students, getting first-hand experience abroad is the key to understanding international business. When Yijun Bao visited Maserati’s automobile factory in Modena, Italy, she...Read More >
Social Media and Your MBA
Mobile media take MBA learning outside the classroom . Social media are challenging MBA students to express themselves – and listen to others – in fresh ways...Read More >
The Non-Corporate MBA Vision
Not every MBA student longs for the financial district. Crusaders for a better world need business smarts too. MBA training does more than hone the skills of...Read More >
Q&A with VPD Chief Jim Chu
Jim Chu took a business route to top spot at the Vancouver Police Department. While many MBA graduates use their business savvy to start new companies...Read More >
Honouring Local Icon Peter Gustavson
Peter Gustavson forged ties with UVic’s Business school while building a $370-million enterprise.Read More >