The Master of Food and Resource Economics (MFRE) is hosting two info sessions in November. Come hear about the program from the MFRE Academic Director and professors!
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Year 2 BComs: Interested in studying the field of global logistics from the unique perspectives of three renowned institutions? Join BCom study abroad and exchange programs coordinator Ann Gilray to learn more about the Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management (Global SCLM) option. You'll also have an opportunity to hear from current students in the program from UBC Sauder, Copenhagen Business School, and Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen.
Date: Thursday, November 9
Time: 12:30 to 1:30pm
Year 2 BComs: Do you have questions about registering for your option next year? Join us for an info session where you'll learn about:
- Option selection and GPA cutoffs
- What to do if you can't register for your first choice
- Planning your option around Co-op, exchange, minors and other programs
- Resources to help you choose your option
Date: Tuesday, November 7
Time: 1:00 to 1:45pm
Location: Henry Angus 098
European Politics: Selected Cases. EU Study Tour
Coursework: POLI 326 (3 credits)
Location: Brussels, Luxembourg, Frankfurt
The program is an immersion inside the European Institutions. Through seminars and briefings, participants have ‘face to face’ contact with the leaders and policy-makers actively involved in the daily work of the European Union, other European institutions, diplomatic representations to the EU (including Canada) and significant civil society organizations.
Learn more at an upcoming info session:
Thinking about studying abroad next summer or during the 2018/19 academic year? Attend an info session to learn everything you need to know to research, plan, and apply for a UBC Go Global exchange program.
Date: Tuesday, October 24
Time: 12:30 to 1:20pm
Location: Henry Angus 234
China's Rise and Transformation: the View from its Fastest Growing City
Coursework: POLI 321B (3 credits)
Location: Chongqing, China
Capital markets internships now often begin between 2nd and 3rd year of university, and for many banks, full-time employment offers are made at the end of a successful internship at the bank between 3rd and 4th year of university. Thus, students need to start preparing early in their university experience! This talk will outline what are the career possibilities, what skills and personalities are required, and why would you enjoy having such a career.
Drop by the Global Experience Fair to explore your options for international learning and getting global experience. Learn more about exchange, summer abroad, research abroad, and global seminars.
Date: Wednesday, October 4
Time: 10:00am to 4:30pm
Location: Irving K Barber Learning Centre - main concourse
Check out specific info sessions scheduled throughout the day:
The Spark is hiring two co-chairs and eight directors for the 2018 Exec Planning Committee. Lauren Venema, the staff advisor for The Spark, will be providing more information about what it's like working on the Spark Exec Team during a Facebook Live stream. Tune in to The Spark Facebook page to learn more and ask your questions.
Watch the Facebook Live stream @TheSparkatSauder
Date: Monday, September 25
Entrepreneurship@UBC (e@UBC) is recruiting for 2017/2018 ventures in the Life Sciences, Core Tech, and Impact streams. This year they're introducing a staged journey for ventures, equipping them with the skills and knowledge essential for building a startup. This journey requires commitment and deliverables at every stage, and accepted ventures will be supported through the journey to investment and growth.