Acsenda School of Management

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About Acsenda School of Management

Acsenda School of Management, based in Vancouver, Canada, and founded in 2004, is a private post-secondary university known for its business education programs. Undergraduate programs leading to a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree are available, with a concentration on marketing, finance, human resources, international business, and general management. Acsenda is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and is approved by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education. The institution’s international emphasis offers students with a worldwide perspective on business by offering internships, study abroad programs, and exposure to different cultural viewpoints. The student body of Acsenda is diversified, attracting both domestic and foreign students.

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate Programs:

  1. High School Diploma or Equivalent: Typically, applicants need to have completed their high school education or an equivalent qualification.
  2. Language Proficiency: Proficiency in English is usually required, and applicants may need to provide scores from standardized English language tests such as IELTS or TOEFL. Some institutions may have their own language proficiency exams.
  3. Transcripts: Applicants are often required to submit academic transcripts from their previous studies.
  4. Letters of Recommendation: Some programs may require letters of recommendation from teachers or other individuals who can speak to the applicant’s academic abilities and character.
  5. Statement of Purpose or Personal Statement: Applicants may be asked to provide a statement of purpose outlining their academic and career goals, as well as reasons for choosing the specific program.

Graduate Programs:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: For graduate programs, a completed bachelor’s degree or its equivalent is typically required.
  2. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT): Depending on the program, applicants may need to submit scores from standardized tests such as the GRE or GMAT.
  3. Work Experience: Some graduate programs, especially MBA programs, may prefer or require applicants to have relevant work experience.
  4. Letters of Recommendation: Similar to undergraduate programs, letters of recommendation are often required for graduate program applications.
  5. Resume/Curriculum Vitae (CV): Applicants may be asked to provide a resume or CV detailing their academic and professional experiences.

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2nd Floor 666 Burrard Street Vancouver BC V6C 2X8 Canada

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+1 604 430 5111

Monday to Thursday between 9am and 5pm

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Industrial connection part & work opportunities

Industrial Connection
  1. Internship and Co-op Programs: Schools often collaborate with businesses to provide students with opportunities for internships and co-op programs. This allows students to gain practical experience in their field of study.
  2. Guest Lectures and Workshops: Inviting industry professionals to deliver guest lectures or conduct workshops can offer students insights into real-world practices and challenges. It also provides networking opportunities.
  3. Industry Advisory Boards: Some institutions form advisory boards comprised of professionals from various industries. These boards provide guidance on curriculum development, ensuring that programs align with industry needs.
  4. Networking Events: Schools may organize networking events, career fairs, or industry-specific conferences where students can interact with professionals, potential employers, and alumni.
  5. Collaborative Research Projects: Collaborating with industries on research projects can be beneficial for both the school and the businesses involved. It allows students and faculty to work on real-world problems and contribute to industry knowledge.
Work Opportunities
  1. Internships and Co-op Programs: Many universities, including business schools, collaborate with businesses to offer internships and co-op programs. These experiences provide students with practical exposure to their chosen field and often lead to job opportunities after graduation.
  2. Career Services: Universities typically have dedicated career services departments that assist students in finding job opportunities, preparing for interviews, and building their resumes. These services may also organize career fairs and networking events.
  3. Networking Opportunities: Business schools often facilitate networking events, industry panels, and workshops where students can connect with professionals, alumni, and potential employers. Networking is crucial for building relationships that can lead to job opportunities.
  4. Alumni Networks: Alumni networks can be valuable resources for students seeking employment. Many universities, including business schools, have active alumni networks that offer mentorship, job leads, and networking opportunities.
  5. Industry Partnerships: Collaborations with industries and businesses can open doors for students. Some schools work closely with industry partners to create job opportunities, internships, and research projects.
  6. Job Placement Programs: Some universities have formal job placement programs that assist students in finding employment upon graduation. These programs may involve partnerships with companies looking for new talent.

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