Master of Global Business (MGB) program
The Master of Global Business Program Wins Honour
The Master of Global Business (MGB) program has received the Outstanding Program award from the respected Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE).
One year, three countries and a global internship
Twelve months to travel in up to four different countries, where you'll live, work, study and experience how business is done globally. Up for the challenge?
This rigorous one-year master's degree in global business is specifically designed for new and recent graduates with a bachelor's degree in business, commerce or management, who want to experience a unique and exciting graduate business education.
Check out admissions to see if this program is right for you.
Moving forward with your cohort
You'll start off in Victoria together with students from each path's partner institutions and stay closely-knit as a group for nine months. You'll spend the next three months doing a global internship to help launch your international career.
Your cohort will support and challenge you throughout this life-changing experience.
Choose your path around the world
Our Master of Global Business is the only degree program in Canada that is set in three different countries, among North America, Asia and Europe.
Immerse yourself fully within these diverse business contexts for a well-rounded global business path:
September intake for Path 1 and Path 2. NEW!!! Path 3 intake will begin in January 2015
Legazpi, a 2011 graduate,says that all instructors infused a sense of excitement into the classes by inviting industry professionals to guest-lecture. The program content was fresh and stimulating and class discussions opened them to new ideas. "Many of the projects we have undertaken consistently redefine a hands-on education as each classroom experience has a focus on learning by doing. We've been put in the throes of real business problems and dealt with management issues in projects assigned at all three universities."
"In my estimation, about 80% of getting a job abroad is proving you're able to cope and thrive in new international environments. While I was in Austria, I interviewed for my eventual internship in Munich, Germany. Three short months later I was on a train to Cologne for an interview in what would eventually turn into my current position at Mazda's European headquarters," says Daniel McCombe.
McCombe, a 2011 graduate and now working for EADS (parent company of AIRBUS) in Bangalore, India, has reaped the rewards of living and studying abroad in the MGB Program."By physically being in Europe I overcame 80% of the challenge of job-seeking abroad and had all my energy to focus on the 20% that really mattered: making a great first impression through face-to-face networking."