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INDIGENOUS STUDENT CENTRE [University of Manitoba]

Publisher: 
University of Manitoba
Year of publication: 
2020

SUPPORTING YOUR JOURNEY TO UNIVERSITY

Transitioning from high school to university can feel
like a big change. We smooth this transition with the
Qualico Bridge to Success Program (QBTS).
With QBTS, new Indigenous students are connected
with academic learning support, advising, peer-mentoring
and special events to enhance the first year experience.
There is no cost to participate in this program.

Native Studies & Aboriginal Governance [University of Manitoba]

Publisher: 
University of Manitoba

This program is designed to be multi-disciplinary. As well as taking introductory courses in four disciplines (Native Studies, Political Studies, Economics, and Business) students are required to take courses in four theme areas: Political Governance, Aboriginal Business and Economics, Traditional Knowledge, and Business. At the same time, students have enough flexibility in elective courses to tailor a program to fit their own needs and interests. This program can be taught on campus, or in a community setting.

Aboriginal Business Studies [University of Manitoba]

Publisher: 
University of Manitoba

Within the Aboriginal Business Studies Major, Business students will develop an understanding of the multi-cultural context of conducting business successfully in Canada and in Manitoba. The focus is on developing management skills that inform students about economic development in partnership with Aboriginal peoples. Courses feature Aboriginal peoples, culture, organizations, and economy, and will be drawn from the offerings in Native Studies, the Faculty of Arts, and the Asper School of Business.

PhD Studies for Aboriginal Scholars (PSAS) [University of Manitoba]

Publisher: 
University of Manitoba

The Faculty of Graduate Studies is committed to facilitating the admission of a cohort of 15 Aboriginal students for doctoral studies. The cohort model of delivery will serve Aboriginal Ph.D. students to focus on common critical issues that deserve in-depth research and investigation. Though not a homogeneous group, students will have enough common experiences and goals to meld into a viable learning community. The Aboriginal context is important as a glue that will allow for peer cooperation and support.

Aboriginal Business Education Program [University of Manitoba]

Publisher: 
University of Manitoba

Aboriginal Business Education Partners (ABEP) is a community of Aboriginal students (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) in pursuit of a Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm [Hons]) at the Asper School of Business. Our graduates are employed in key positions at major corporations, non-profit organizations, and have started their own businesses across Manitoba, Canada, and the world.

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