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环球邮报称加拿大西三一大学(TWU)有加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省最好的商学院
2017-05-26 17:34  

环球邮报称加拿大西三一大学(TWU)有加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省最好的商学院

Students take classes with Mark Lee, MBA, Assistant Professor, School of Business.

环球邮报2012年加拿大大学报告称TWU的商学院是仅次于皇后大学(加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省最好的商学院)加拿大第二高的商业项目。TWU成为学生首选商业教育方面最受欢迎的学校之一。

加拿大大学报告对学生学术和社团经历进行调查。商学院主任Andrea Soberg表示称:“我认为调查的结果体现了我们给全体学生的项目的类型。我们致力于在课堂上进行有价值理念的、全球化思维的学习,在商业运作上提供实用技能培养。”

为了达成这些目标,商学院成立领导力顾问组,对学院项目提供建议。顾问组由全加拿大的商业领袖组成,其设置目的是确保商业项目与当前市场趋势一致。

作为确保学生掌握市场准入的技能的重要步骤,学院在2004年研发了一个导师计划。这项应用为主的项目建立是为了连接学生与商业领袖,为学生培养商业关系,提供交流机会和具有现实情况的课程。在过去的八年里,项目成倍扩大,在学生毕业后导师关系依旧在很好延续。

图为Clement Wee和他的导师Rod Forrest

商学院学生Clement Wee最近正接受Child Care Canada公司执行官Rod Forrest的辅导,他说这样的经历是无价的。这是他导师项目的第二年。Wee在本月毕业,他表示:“与你未来进入行业的商业领袖培养联系的能力是难以想象的,当你工作时,了解他们的成功因素,从他们的失误中得到启示是至关重要的。”

学院项目的另一个特色是国际交换项目,在这个项目中,学生有机会交换到澳大利亚Wiener Neustadt市的Fachoshule Wiener Neustadt (FHWN)、法国巴黎的InstitutSuperieur de Gestion (ISG)或者荷兰的The Hague University in The Hague学校完成他们一部分的商业课程。

商学院主任Andrea Soberg表示说:“这些项目是培养学生具有全球思维的方法之一。学生也有机会参加商业旅行调研,借此可以找到并分析一手的国际商业情况。这些经历对我们的学生是至关重要的,因为国际市场是未来商业世界的一部分。”

最近,三年级学生Erin Thorpe在法国巴黎ISG完成一学期的课程回来,他表示:“在巴黎的学习是人生的一段经历,通过同来自世界22个不同国家的学生一起学习,深刻的了解了欧洲商业和经济情况。”

全盘的、基于价值理念的课程是TWU创新商业项目的核心。学院教育结合现实经验,注重全球化教育,强调有道德的商业活动,学院的毕业生准备好应对工作中的各种挑战。学院的座右铭是价值实现。商学院主任Andrea Soberg表示说:“我们的学生不仅要把才能用在商业成功上,也要体现在他们人生的选择上,这是非常重要的。最后,对商业教育的综合研究会给我们的毕业生提供在他们生活和事业的各个方面表现卓越的机会。”

TWU’s business school best in BC according to The Globe and Mail

As the second-highest rated business program in Canada, after Queen’s University, and the top business school in BC, according to The Globe and Mail 2012 Canadian University Report, Trinity Western University’s School of Business stands out as one of the most desirable schools for students seeking a first-class business education.

The Canadian University Report surveyed students about their academic and community experiences. “I think the results of the survey are indicative of the type of program we give all students,” explains Andrea Soberg, Dean of the School of Business. “We try to focus on values-based, global learning in the classroom and practical skill-building in the business community.”

To accomplish these goals, the School of Business has a Leadership Advisory Counsel that provides advice on the School’s programing. The Counsel is comprised of business leaders across Canada whose purpose is to ensure that the business program continues to be informed by current marketplace trends.

As one of the steps taken to ensure students have market-ready skills, the School developed a mentorship program in 2004. The application-based program is designed to connect students with business leaders to foster business relationships, provide networking opportunities, and offer real-world lessons for students. Over the past eight years, the program has multiplied, and some mentorship relationships continue to grow well after the student graduates.

Business student Clement Wee, who is currently being mentored by Rod Forrest – Executive Director of Child Care Canada – says this experience is invaluable. This is his second year in the mentorship program. “The ability to develop a relationship with business leaders from your future industry is incredible,” says Wee, who graduates this month. “To understand what makes their careers successful and to learn from their mistakes is essential as I move into the working world.”

Another distinctive of the School’s program is the international exchange program, in which students have an opportunity to complete some of their business courses while attending Fachoshule Wiener Neustadt (FHWN) in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, Institut Superieur de Gestion (ISG) in Paris, France, or The Hague University in The Hague, Netherlands.

“These programs are one of the ways that our students develop a global mindset. Students also have an opportunity to participate in a business travel study where they monitor and critique international businesses first hand,” explains Dean Soberg. “These experiences are incredibly important as the global marketplace is part of the future world of business for our students.”

Third-year student Erin Thorpe recently returned from a semester completing business courses at ISG in Paris. “Studying in Paris was the experience of a lifetime,” says Thorpe. “I gained a great understanding of European business and economics while studying with students from 22 other countries.”

At the core of TWU’s innovative business program is a holistic, values-based curriculum. By combining real-world experience, globally-focused education, and an emphasis on ethical business practices, graduates of the School are well equipped to meet all the challenges of the workplace. The School’s motto is values that work. “It is essential that our students develop the acumen to not only be successful in business, but fulfilled in their life choices,” explains Dean Soberg. “Ultimately, this holistic approach to business education will give our graduates the opportunities to excel in every aspect of their life and career.”

Read more about TWU's School of Business in the current issue of BC Business magazine

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