In comparison to other countries such as the United Kingdom, United States, and Australia, the cost of studying in Canada is significantly more affordable. However, tuition fees in Canada are still some of the highest in the world. The costs may vary depending on the post-secondary institution, type of program and city of study.
Acsenda IBM club delivers food items to Richmond Food Bank. Students are supporting the local community by assisting families and individuals facing food shortages. On May 31, more than 200 non-perishable food items were delivered to the Richmond Food Bank. The IBM Club extends its gratitude to all students and faculty members for participating in
Acsenda School of Management was featured in Business Graduates Association (BGA) Business Impact Magazine's May - July 2022 edition. The magazine looks at how partnered business schools are attempting to make optimistic and beneficial contributions to society. What was featured in the BGA's magazine? Acsenda's very own President Dr. Neil Mort was featured in the
When the Ukrainian invasion happened, Acsenda reached out to American Concordia University Ukraine, located in Kyiv, and offered to help. To cope with this sudden disruption to their teachings, Acsenda agreed to accept students, so that they could continue to progress towards completion of their degree programs. Since early April, 48 Ukrainian students have enrolled
Canada's labour market set a record low unemployment rate of 5.3% in March 2022, according to Statistics Canada. The improving circumstances of the economy have resulted in average hourly wages going up 3.4 percent year-over-year in March compared with a year-over-year gain of 3.1 percent in February. Canada enjoying one of the world’s top labour
The climate action certificate is a micro-credential in environmental awareness that aims to introduce students to the development of initiatives that are capable of creating social change and it is offered by Acsenda in conjunction with Drawdown BC, an organization motivated by a vision to reverse global warming by assuring a sustainable and eco-friendly planet.
The federal government will let international graduates stay in Canada for another 18 months. Immigration Minister Sean Fraser has announced that beginning this summer, international students who have graduated from Canadian post-secondary institutions are allowed to stay in Canada longer now that the government has proposed a temporary program to help students to qualify for
Acsenda celebrates the success of IBM students. Congratulations to our recent International Business Management program graduates, Marinel, Joseph, Davey, and Queen Anne, on earning their Diploma in International Trade from the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT). Earning this diploma proves that students have a solid foundation of knowledge in various aspects of international trade
The Acsenda student Chi Hoang Nguyen Quynh has won a one-year scholarship for 2023 from the Lofi Girl Youtube channel. The student Chi Hoang is currently doing a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Management at Acsenda School of Management. Lofi Girl did a giveaway with 10 one-year scholarships to celebrate reaching 10 million subscribers at
Dear Students, The war in Ukraine has horrified the world and caused disruption, displacement and hardship for the people of Ukraine. People and nations throughout the world have joined together to support Ukrainians through this very difficult time. As you may be aware, Acsenda School of Management has university partners in Ukraine and was working