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Congratulations! You're one of more than 700 students admitted to the Gustavson School of Business Bachelor of Commerce Program.
Everything you need to know about the program, whether you're a year one or two student or a direct admit student entering third year, the following guides will provide you with valuable information about scheduling, program features, and specializations.
If you're joining the third year of the program, detailed information is emailed to you in early August so you know what is expected and when to arrive. During a week-long orientation known as LINK Week, the BCom team introduces you to the program. You will meet your classmates, professors and the administration team, plus enjoy a variety of activities.
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co-op work terms
Plan your co-op work terms today!
The Business Co-op and Career Centre is the place to go for information about your mandatory co-op work terms. They'll help you with:
- building your resumé
- practicing for job interviews
- selecting a job
- understanding international work term options
Have you considered an exciting international exchange?
Our world-renowned international exchange program enables you to study or work abroad for up to one year.We partner with approximately 70 universities in 29 different countries around the world.
Previous graduates of our program claim that this experience was life-changing. Get more information about the international exchange program.
The Executive Mentor Program, one of the special features of a Gustavson business degree, is an unique opportunity that matches you with a business executive in your field of career interest.
Having a seasoned business person to develop a relationship with throughout the term can give added meaning to classroom experience as well as a huge boost to business and career development. A mentor can help you keep perspective and help you develop insights and make better career plans and choices.
Learn more about the Mentor Program.
Be confident that you have all of the information necessary to plan your courses for the duration of your program.
Program advisers are available to help you with your program sequencing or answer any questions that you may have pertaining to your future studies with us.
Talk to your program adviser today.