Graduates

Skills Development Opportunities

The SFU Beedie co-curricular activities and initiatives provide you with skills development opportunities to complement your academic curriculum. When you engage in co-curricular activities, you are maximizing your MBA experience and will be well-positioned to better leverage your experience through hands-on learning and relationship building through networking.

Student Ambassador Program

The MBA program elects Student Ambassadors annually to represent the SFU Beedie School of Business in various activities, including recruitment, marketing, student and alumni engagement, and orientation. Through the Student Ambassador Program, our graduate students develop leadership, public speaking and relational skills while positively contributing to their community. This rewarding opportunity allows current students to support their newly admitted peers as they are paired up through the program.

New Product Development Simulation

This non-credit innovation simulation provides participants with an introduction to new product development and enables them to experience the exciting challenges of a multidisciplinary innovation process within a safe learning environment.

Marquee Group Workshops

These interactive non-credit workshops provide essential technical skill development to complement your graduate business coursework. Topic examples include Excel, Python, Financial Modeling, and PowerPoint.