Academic advisors help you plan a balanced workload, graduate on time and meet requirements of your chosen professional designation.
Advisors are located in the Undergraduate Programs office, M2060 (Markin Hall).
Funding for Management Student Professional Development Program
Did you know financial assistance is available to help offset the cost of approved off-campus professional development opportunities?
Visit the Student PDP page - Professional Development Fund section to find out if you or your group are eligible to receive funding.
Dr. Yongjian Bao
The Faculty of Management’s Yongjian Bao is one of five scholars recognized as a “2016 Top Ten Thinkers and Practitioners in Management and Innovation in China” by the journal Tsinghua Business Review. This journal is the top business journal in China, owned and managed by the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University, which is the number one university in China and among top 50 in the world according to the Financial Times rankings. Among the five scholars, three are from overseas institutions, and two domestic. Among the three overseas scholars, Edgar Schein from MIT, Ping Li from Copenhagen School of Business, and Yongjian Bao from University of Lethbridge.
A course in management can help you develop planning, organizational and financial skills. And, for many of them, you don't need to be a Management student to enroll.
Several courses are open to members of the community who are not current U of L students.
See what we have to offer and find a course to suit your unique needs.
In the last nine years, alumnus Shawn Hanson (BMgt '02) has transformed Southcentre from a regional mall into one of Calgary’s top shopping destinations, all while making significant contributions to the community at large.
He has been overseeing the development and operations of the mall since 2007 — quite a significant job for someone then in his 20s, especially considering he saw Southcentre though a $130-million redevelopment from 2007 through 2009 that included the opening of Calgary’s first Crate and Barrel and Restoration Hardware stores.
Program Highlight: International Exchanges and Work-Study
International exchanges are an exciting and life-changing way to increase your knowledge and skills, learn a new language and provide a global perspective on business.
Management exchanges are open to U of L students from any faculty.
Take advantage of one of our special programs and/or associations to get the most from your Faculty of Management experience.