There is currently global convergence towards a single set of high quality accounting standards for use throughout the world. Accordingly, the Accounting Standards Board of Canada has adopted a strategic plan to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) by publicly accountable enterprises in Canada.
Discover new markets for your products and services by studying market research reports which are organized by country or industry sector. You can also study general international statistics and international demographics to give you a better understanding of foreign marketplaces.
This section explains Canadian international income tax rules with regards to mining. Topics explored are general rules and principles, taxation of foreign investment in Canada, taxation of Canadian investment abroad, and mining-specific provisions.
Activator team leaders are eligible to be granted a fellowship for their extra work. Leaders have additional responsibilities, heavier workloads and extra expenses, so the fellowship is awarded to offset this and act as a reward for their hard work.
To be eligible students must have completed at least the minimum requirements for the second year of the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program, and have demonstrated an interest in entrepreneurship and/or international business. This scholarship is not available to students attending the Saint John campus.
If you're an aspiring entrepreneur, the International Business and Entrepreneurship Centre is proud to offer you the chance to compete with the best! With the help of our sponsors, we are very proud to host business plan competitions for entrepreneurial students at the undergrad and graduate levels.
If you have a great idea, then why not get some help from UNB's top MBA students? In the Activator program you will be matched with an MBA who will act as a team leader and operate under the guidance of a seasoned business mentor. Student teams will create your business plan, perform a market analysis, venture valuations and a prototype.
Participate in the Activator program by taking part in a real life venture. Provide advice to an entrepreneur and at the same time, obtain a concentration in entrepreneurship on your transcript. Select your venture and work on it through the first semester with the guidance and advice of a seasoned business mentor while taking MBA6314, MBA6315 and MBA6807. Complete the program with MBA6119 in the winter and finish with a pitch on behalf of the entrepreneur and a networking trek to a venture hot spot.
The Activator program was launched in 2007 with the gracious contributions of the John Dobson Foundation, Malley Industries and The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. The program will continue to thrive thanks to their generosity and commitment.
Working with an actual start-up venture, you'll get valuable real world experience while you're on your way to earning a concentration in entrepreneurship. Through this, the Activator program will give you the skills you need to launch your career.