Now you can apply for entry to the U of L and be accepted directly into the Faculty of Management in your first year. This is a change from before where students were designated "pre-Management" in their first two years, then had to apply for acceptance into the Faculty.
Being admitted as a Management student means you'll be able to take advantage of many outstanding programs and opportunities right from your first day on campus. You'll get a jump start on all the things that drew you to choose business education at the U of L.
Here in the Faculty, we're well known for providing a balance of top-notch classroom experience and a wide variety of innovative and practical programs that bring your education to life and provide the foundation for a successful career. Here's a sample of what we offer:
- the new Introduction to Management course, which gives an overview of Management skills and prepares you for your future courses
- co-op work placements - sign up in your first year and get paid, career-related experience that will fast-track your career. Begin a local, national or international co-op as early as the end of your first year.
- international placements - explore other cultures through co-op, study programs, and full-time and summer exchanges in 18 countries
Support and assistance
- access to approximately $400,000 in scholarships for Management students each year, including the CMA Leadership Scholarship, Student Leader Scholarship and numerous admission scholarships offered through the Faculty of Management
- a dedicated Management Professional Development Officer, who will offer valuable career-building opportunities like workshops, high-profile guest speakers and connections with business professionals
many other programs offered through the Faculty and/or the University to help guide you, including advisors, counselling services, the International Centre for Students, First Nations, Metis and Inuit programs and a Disabilities Resource Centre
Social and extra-curricular activities
We offer a great selection of clubs, activities and charitable projects that not only give you a chance to socialize and meet new people, but to sharpen your skills and contribute to the community in meaningful ways. These include:
When you become a Management student, you'll take advantage of unique and exciting opportunities that develop your career and personal potential. We'll help you figure out who you are, so you can get where you want to go!