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Title: University of Victoria Peter B. Gustavson School of Business

University of VictoriaPeter B. Gustavson School
of Business Lingnan/ IBS Dual Degree Program
  • Jennifer Oakes
  • BCOM Admission Officer
  • International Students Advisor
  • Email
  • Skype admissionsuvicbusiness
  • Christina Li ???
  • International Marketing and Recruitment Manager
  • Email
  • Cell 158 205 76543
  • Skype Christina_uvic
  • QQ 13647670
  • QQ UVIC 22 group 100063777
  • ??UVIC-Business
  • ??christina-???

Why Study at the University of Victoria?
  • One of Canadas top ranked comprehensive
    Universities (Maclean Magazine No. 1 in 2007,
    2008, and 2009)
  • Beautiful, clean and safe surroundings
  • Medium sized university (19,000 students)
  • Diverse student body
  • Innovative professors and caring support staff
  • Student clubs and intramural sports

Why Study at Gustavson School of Business?
  • Lingnan/ IBS (2 or 3 years) Gustavson School of
    Business (2 years)
  • European Quality Improvement System (Equis)
  • Graduate with a well-recognized North American
    Business degree and obtain a Chinese Bachelor
    degree in 4 years
  • Participate in the Co-operative Work Program and
    obtain Canadian work experience before you
  • Have an opportunity to spend a semester abroad
    during the Business International Exchange
  • Make friends and study with top students from
    around the world!

Program Structure
Year Fall Spring Summer
1 Lingnan/ IBS Lingnan/ IBS
2 Lingnan/ IBS Lingnan/ IBS
3 Core Business Courses (5) Core Business Courses (5) Co-op work term
4 Business Elective courses OR International Exchange (5) Co-op work term Co-op work term
5 Specialization area courses (5)
Core Business Courses (Year 3)
  • Fall Courses
  • Com 204 205 Career Skills and Management
  • Com 315 Financial Accounting
  • Com 321 Organizational Behaviour Design
  • Com 351 Marketing Principles Mgmt
  • Com 361 International Business
  • Com 362 Decision Making for Responsible and
    Sustainable Global Business
  • Spring Courses
  • Com 316 Managerial Accounting
  • Com 322 Management of Employment Relations
  • Com 331 Management of Information Systems
  • Com 341 Operations Management
  • Com 371 Management Finance

Specialization Areas (Year 4)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Thinking of starting up your own business or
    working for a small start up company?
  • Learn about financing, how to search for new
  • Opportunity for you to start up your own business
    as part of the Bachelor of Commerce program!
  • International Business
  • Thinking of working for a large multinational
    corporation or working overseas?
  • Learn how to deal with cross cultural
    differences, international taxes and
    international marketing
  • Participate in the International Exchange or
    field study to complement your international
    business courses

Specialization Areas (Year 4)
  • Service Management
  • Thinking of working in the growing hotel or
    services industry?
  • Learn about how to manage customer expectations
    and how to maintain quality control of services
  • Fields relating to Hospitality Financial,
    information, Transportation, Educational,
    Recreational, Hospitality and Healthcare
  • Management
  • Thinking of working in the traditional streams of
    Business including Accounting, Marketing, Finance
    and Human Resources?
  • Have the flexibility of taking more specific
    courses in these area to customize your business
    degree to get to where you want to be!

Co-op Work Experience
  • 12 months of paid work experience built into your
  • Apply what you have learned in your class to the
    real world
  • Able to work anywhere in Canada
  • Able to work in your home country to build
  • Opportunity to work in the business subject areas
    you wish to pursue
  • Exposure to different industries and work
  • Opportunity to network with future employers
  • Average salary about 1800 CDN/month

International Exchange
  • Over 75 of our students go on exchange!
  • Spend a semester studying in one of our partner
    institutions in top Universities in Europe, Asia,
    South America or Mexico
  • Choose from one of our 74 partner schools in 32
  • Take Business classes abroad for 1 semester as
    part of your degree
  • Language of instruction will be in English
  • Open to Canadian and International students in
    ALL specializations

Admission Criteria
  • Quantitative Requirements (60)
  • Average of your completed courses
  • Minimum of a B- average to be considered (direct
  • UVIC ENG 115 test
  • Qualitative Requirements (40)
  • Resume
  • Other Experiences (Work Experiences, Leadership
    Skills, Extra-Curricular Activities,
    Achievements, Creativity)
  • Career Aspirations
  • Computer Literacy

Application Process
  • How can I apply?
  • Prepare documents
  • UVic paper application
  • BCom paper application
  • Obtain transcripts (translated)
  • Application fee of CAD 100
  • Prepare for UVic English Test
  • When can I apply?
  • Nov 4 5 Come to 22 application workshops
  • Dec 2 or 3 Submit all required application
    documents on ENG 115 exam day
  • Other Requirements
  • English Test December 2 or 3, 2011
  • TOEFL/IELTS is not required

Supplemental Documents
  • Over 200 individual scholarships awarded in 2011
  • Over 260,000 in Business Scholarships
  • General UVic scholarships also available
  • Gustavson School of Business Tuition Scholarships
  • Gustavson School of Business Entrance Tuition
  • Bachelor of Commerce International Scholarships
  • Numerous other scholarships available!
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  • Homestay
  • Experience living in Canadian culture by living
    with a Canadian family
  • Includes all meals, and furnished room in a home
    close to campus
  • 700 CDN/month
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  • Apartments off campus
  • Live on your own in the city of Victoria
  • Types vary from a room in a house or shared
    apartment to a private suite, furnished and
    unfurnished available
  • 450-800 CDN/month
  • Bus Pass included in your tuition

Studying in Canada
  • Study Permit
  • Application forms and a checklist are available
    on the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website
  • UIBE students should apply to the Canadian
    Embassy Office
  • http//
  • Temporary Resident Visa
  • Students from China are required to obtain a
    Temporary Resident Visa (multiple entry
  • Work Permits
  • Students will need to apply for appropriate work
    permits (off-campus, co-op work) in order to work
    in Canada. This step can be completed when you
    arrive in Canada.

Special Support for International Students
  • BCom International Programs Office will provide
    you with assistance with the following
  • Study/Work Permit Issues
  • Personal Advising
  • Free English Tutor
  • Professional Development Workshops
  • One-on-one assistance with job searches
  • Special Pre-orientation in August for dual degree

Student Life
  • Commerce Student Society
  • Social Events, Fundraisers
  • Executive Mentorship Program
  • Business Clubs on Campus
  • ACE, AIESEC, UVic Sustainability Club,
    Language/Culture Clubs
  • Powerspeaking Society
  • Sports and Intramurals
  • Soccer, Badminton, Pingpong

  • At IBS
  • Wang Min ????
  • ???9?913?
  • Tel(756)3668134
  • Email
  • At Gustavson
  • Jennifer Oakes
  • BCOM Admission Officer
  • International Students Advisor
  • Email
  • Skype admissionsuvicbusiness
  • At Lingnan
  • Cherry Yu ?????
  • ???????213?
  • Tel (20)84111818
  • Email
  • Christina Li ???
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