Curriculum designed in consultation with leading employers to reflect real industry need.
Students learn through an interactive model and practice each concept in real projects and assignments, rather than just memorizing textbook information.
As early as the first semester, students begin to complete case studies and projects for existing businesses to gain real skills.
Project work is completed in teams rather than individually, to reflect real workplace scenarios.
Heavy emphasis is placed upon developing employability skills like time management, organization, teamwork, leadership, communication, presentation ability, critical thinking, and strategic analysis. Employers tell us these are the things required of successful managers.
Because students learn by doing, they develop a deep understanding of concepts and therefore avoid the need to cram for examinations.
Students are continuously evaluated on weekly assignments; minor and major projects for industry; attendance and participation in the classroom; feedback from group members, faculty and industry clients; and, mid-term and final examinations.
Professors possess real experience as leaders in their fields: they teach from personal examples, and possess wide networks of business contacts to pass along to students.
An internationally recognized degree from Canada means you open doors to a career or MBA studies anywhere in the world.
Students gain a broad foundation in every aspect of business, allowing them to concentrate studies and projects on areas that suit individual career goals.
Small class sizes mean each student gets an extremely high level of personal attention.
There is no age limit to start the degree; in fact, UFV welcomes mature students.
Delivered for more than 15 years, the UFV BBA degree has a 100 per cent job placement rate (for graduates who wanted to enter the workforce; proven through graduate surveys).
UFV operates the world’s only Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies and has strong ties to India (MoU’s with Panjab University, University of Mumbai, Manipal University, Guru Nanak Dev University, Sanatan Dharma College Chandigarh and the Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development).
UFV is ranked at the top of its category in Canada for having the most satisfied students, highest quality of education, smallest class sizes, and best library.
After successful completion of at least one year in Chandigarh, students can apply to complete their degrees at UFV in Canada.
At least CDN$5000 in scholarships is awarded annually.
UFV’s Chandigarh campus at SD College in Sector 32C is ideally located to serve students from any of the northern states and beyond.
Students develop impressive resumes, and are ready to launch their management careers without any extra training, immediately upon graduation, giving them a huge advantage over competitors in the job market.
Students receive the identical degree and education for approximately 35 per cent of what it would cost an international student in Canada.