Prince Attakora-Ofori is the first graduate from UNB Saint John’s dual-degree program with the Burgundy School of Business (BSB) in Dijon, France. Our arrangement with BSB, which began in 2002, offers the opportunity to get two degrees for the price of one, expanded academic offerings to students plus an internship in France, which deepens the… Read More »

Most startups are inherently risky, which is why ventures have such a hard time taking off. But what if you could look at them through the eyes of an investor, see beyond their risk and identify the real opportunities?  UNB Fredericton’s faculty of business administration students are learning to do just that with a new… Read More »

The New Brunswick Capital Markets Report 2013, released this week, was compiled by a master of business administration student at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John, and summarizes the recent trends of province’s capital markets.   The report, discussed in the Times & Transcript on Oct. 17, is the fourth such report in… Read More »

UNB Saint John’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has proven itself to be a true ‘investment in your future’ opportunity for students, the university and the business community in Saint John. Over the past two years the university has seen significant enrolment growth; most notably in 2012-2013 the class grew to exceed 100 students… Read More »

A new graduate program at the University of New Brunswick offers a different option to those who are looking to upgrade their professional business skills but don’t want to commit to a full MBA program.  Offered by the faculty of business administration, the graduate certificate in management program is ideal for people who want the… Read More »

Four UNB Saint John MBA students won the Cervus Equipment business case competition held May 27 at UNB Saint John. Five teams were shortlisted from 130 students in UNB Saint John’s one-year MBA program. The winning team, comprised of Mirko Crevatin, Bernard Hache, Pierre Urier-Cattoire and Alexandre Legret, received $3,000. The company chose to bring… Read More »

The MBA Program at UNB Saint John will welcome Hal Gregersen, author of The Innovator’s DNA and senior affiliate professor for INSEAD, for a presentation and discussion on innovation and disruptive technologies with local business leaders and over 100 new MBA students. Dr. Gregersen’s presentation is part of a weeklong orientation for new MBA students. The… Read More »

In a short span of two years, Rivers Corbett and his business partner, chef Ray Henry, have seen their entrepreneurial venture take off, growing to five locations, and two more opening in July, with presence in three Atlantic provinces.

Master of Business Administration students at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton have organized a unique dinner event that aims to raise funds and awareness for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)