New Club Connects Students with International Business
A new club for Schulich students, the International Schulich Business Association (ISBA), celebrated their inaugural club fair earlier this term. This ISBA is the only graduate student club at Schulich entirely dedicated to international business.
“Each day there are more and more interactions with foreign companies, countries, and cultures in the world of business,” says Grace Yoobin Hur, IMBA Candidate (2017) and Co-Founder & Co-President of the International Schulich Business Association. “The ISBA was founded to support Schulich students in becoming global leaders, and to establish a truly global network for all ISBA members, both past and present.”
The Centre for Global Enterprise (CGE) and the International Schulich Business Association share a common vision in that engagement with international markets and fostering professional connections overseas is not only beneficial for the Canadian economy on a macro-level, it’s also essential for early-career success for young professionals looking to establish an international career.
“The mission of the Centre for Global Enterprise is to help businesses achieve their full potential through interaction with international markets,” says Douglas Kennedy, RBC Managing Director of the CGE. “We are pleased and encouraged that the newly-formed International Schulich Business Association demonstrates the interest of Schulich students in international business and issues such as global value chains. We look forward to collaborating with the ISBA to achieve our complementary goals.”
If you are Schulich student interested in joining the International Schulich Business Association, please contact email@example.com.