The Faculty of Management Student Professional Development Program (PDP) is a valuable new program (started in Fall 2013) designed to complement and enhance your academic experience. This program will provide you (at no cost) with opportunities for professional and personal development to give you a competitive edge as you enter the workforce.
The program is available to all Management students in any year of their degree. Opportunities through the program include:
To view a full list of upcoming Faculty of Management events, and to register, please visit our PDP Events page.
In addition to the valuable opportunities provided through the Professional Development Program, you may find additional opportunities for growth and learning outside of the program. Some exterior opportunities can be found here.
1. For Student Leaders to Attend a Conference (up to $500)
2. For any Mngt Student Actively Participating in a Business Competition or at a Conference (up to $2,000)
For either type of funding, you must be a Management student in good academic standing on any U of L campus, and you must be registered as a full-time student (exceptions may be made for Edmonton and Calgary students).
*Note that you must submit your application online. Print submissions are not accepted.
To ensure the best chance of receiving support funding, please apply as soon as you choose an event.
You may also apply for a Student Union Travel and Conference Grant.
Financial Support for Management Student Club Activities
Looking for financial assistance for a worthwhile Management student club event?
The Faculty of Management provides funding to ratified Students’ Union clubs that benefit a broad range of Management students and enhance the reputation and goals of the University and Faculty.
APPLY FOR FUNDS
1. Read the Terms of Reference (pdf 103 KB) for more details and to find out if your group is eligible to receive support.
2. Apply and submit your application online here OR...
Download, complete and email (or print and submit) the application for club funding (docx 32 KB)
Electronic documents can be submitted to email@example.com
Club representatives can prior to the commencement of an activity and must have a faculty advisor who will attend meetings and provide mentorship to the group.
Students are encouraged to also apply for funding through Students' Union.
For more information about the Student Professional Development Program, please contact:
Heather Harty, Coordinator, Student Professional Development
Faculty of Management
firstname.lastname@example.org | 403-380-1867
M2102, Markin Hall, University of Lethbridge