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At Lang, we believe that business should be used as a force for good. This means business leaders will need to be collaborative, analytical, ethical and responsible. Developing these future changemakers is what drives us.

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Lang’s Develop the skills and expertise you need to launch your career and meet the demands of today’s top employers. We do this through industry-focused learning experiences, globally relevant leadership development and career-focused supports. From day one, you will have Lang’s community supporting you, expert faculty inspiring you and a network of accomplished alumni to reach out to. Our structured yet flexible curriculum lets you progress through the program while customizing your career path based on your own unique interests. Lang students are equipped and inspired to solve society’s most pressing social and economic issues, by using business as a force for good.

Advantage Today’s top employers are demanding graduates be:

+ INCLUSIVE + ETHICAL + SUSTAINABLE + ANALYTICAL + COLLABORATIVE + RESILIENT + EXCELLENT COMMUNICATORS + THINK CRITICALLY + INNOVATIVE Develop these skills, and more, at Lang.

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WATCH TARA'S CAREER STORY

THE STAFF AND FACULTY AT LANG WERE SO INTEGRAL TO MY CAREER DEVELOPMENT. I WAS ABLE TO WORK AT RBC FOR ALL OF MY CO-OP TERMS AND WAS HIRED FULL-TIME UPON GRADUATING. Tara Lalani, BComm ‘20 Marketing and Communications Manager, RBC

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Career-focused experiences and professional development support will enhance your career-readiness and prepare you to take on the world.

+ Co-op option in every major + Career coaching and mentorship

exclusive to BComm students + Funding, mentorship and support for entrepreneurs

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Industry-focused courses

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Lang’s strength in responsible business and leadership development will inspire you to use business as a force for good.

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Globally ranked for focus on responsible business International learning experiences

Student leadership opportunities AACSB Accredited - top 6% of the world’s business schools

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Develop your own unique career path and the expertise that employers demand such as analytics, ethics and teamwork to become a skilled and inclusive leader.

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Team-based learning environment Future-focused skill development Specialized majors and minors Flexible career path options

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Career-focused experiences and support

Lang’s popular co-op program and extensive industry collaborations boost your resume and give you the experiences you need to launch your career. The Business Career Development Centre provides tailored career mentoring and networking opportunities to put you in front of hiring employers and the networking skills to help you stand out. If you would rather be your own boss, Lang’s John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise offers mentoring and funding to help you launch your startup.

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student startups launched

Co-op in every major

Bring your ideas to life!

Apply to Lang’s co-op option directly from high school. With a co-op option in every major, you can add valuable career experiences to your resume from employers that seek out Lang Commerce students. Examples of companies that hire Lang co-op students include Canadian Tire, Fidelity Investments, PepsiCo, MLSE, RBC among others.

Lang’s John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise provides you with the funding, mentorship and training to help bring your innovative business idea to life! The Wood Centre is the hub of entrepreneurship at U of G, and has helped launch over 150 student startups.

Co-op available in all 9 majors

Career coaching and mentoring Need support in perfecting your resume, interview prep or improving your LinkedIn profile? Lang’s Business Career Development Centre is an exclusive support service for all Lang Commerce students to enhance your professional image to help you land your job. The Centre offers workshops, mentoring and networking opportunities and one-onone career coaching.

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WATCH ALEXIA’S CAREER STORY

MY EXPERIENCES AT LANG, INCLUDING MY CO-OP TERMS, TRANSFORMED ME AND GAVE ME THE LEADERSHIP SKILLS TO LAUNCH MY CAREER IN THE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY. I STARTED MY CAREER AT ALLIED, ONE OF CANADA’S LEADING REIT’S, WHILE I WAS STILL A STUDENT AT LANG Alexia Sarantopoulos, BComm ‘21 Acquisitions Manager, Allied Properties

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Relevant, future-focused skilldevelopment that employers demand

Tomorrow’s business leaders need to be sustainable, ethical and analytical – these important themes guide the courses you complete at Lang. Focus your studies in one of Lang’s specialized majors, and benefit from a teambased approach to learning, where you collaborate with your peers to solve real challenges businesses face. Go further and complete a minor in a complementary area of business to create your unique career path. Lang’s hands-on focus on business ethics, sustainability and analytics give you the expertise and skill set that employers demand.

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specialized majors to choose from

Top 6% of worlds business schools - AACSB accredited

Start your credentials like CPA and more

Specialized majors

Team-based approach

Apply directly to one of Lang’s specialized business majors including Accounting, Food and Agricultural Business, Government, Economics and Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Management, Management Economics and Finance, Marketing Management, Real Estate, and Sport and Event Management. Regardless of the major you choose, you will gain expertise in sustainability, business ethics and analytics.

Successful business leaders need to be collaborative and team-focused. At Lang, you work extensively alongside your classmates on real-world, industry focused projects to hone your leadership, communications, and critical-thinking skills. During your first semester, you and your team are tasked with presenting solutions to an ethical business challenge in front of industry executives.

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Structured yet flexible curriculum Add a complementary minor, certificate and professional development opportunity to your Commerce degree and craft your own personal career path. If you’re not sure what major to choose, you may enter as an undeclared and select your major at the end of your first-year.

THE PROFS AT LANG KNOW HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO BALANCE TEXTBOOK KNOWLEDGE AND REAL-LIFE INFORMATION. THEIR IMPACT ON MY PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE EXCEEDS ANYONE ELSE, INCLUDING MY FAMILY. AS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT, THE SUPPORT I RECEIVED FROM LANG WAS IMPORTANT TO MY GROWTH. Toygar Yildrim, BComm ‘20 Digital Sales, Porsche

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Use business as a force for good

Learn to balance profit with planet through a strong focus on sustainability and an ethical approach to business. At Lang, you gain the leadership skills required to lead an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. Connect with other student leaders through one of Lang’s many student organizations and develop into a responsible business leader our global economy needs. Go further and become a more rounded, global citizen by embarking on a study abroad program at one of our many international partner institutions.

100’s of student clubs and leadership opportunities to engage with

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different countries visited by students through study abroad programs

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Lead by doing

Be a better global citizen

Our team-focused approach will have you develop important leadership and communication skills needed to be successful. Enhance your leadership abilities further by being part of a student group – there’s a student group for every major and special interest! Upon graduating, you receive a digital portfolio which communicates to employers the professional development and leadership activities you completed.

Experiencing life in a different country can expand your horizons and make you a better global citizen. Hundreds of Lang students have participated in international study programs offered by the University of Guelph. With 36 countries to choose from, (including Australia, France, Scotland and Sweden) you’ll have plenty of opportunities to spread your wings and experience life in another culture.

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Improve Life at Lang There’s a reason why Lang has been globally ranked for developing responsible and sustainable business leaders. The experiences you’ll have at Lang will inspire you to use business as a force for good on your path to becoming a future sustainable business leader.

WATCH MALCOLM’S CAREER STORY

I CHOSE LANG BECAUSE OF WHAT THE SCHOOL STANDS FOR. SOMETHING THAT IS UNIQUE TO LANG IS THE INTENSE FOCUS AND INTEGRATION OF SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS OF OUR FUTURE AND OUR ECONOMY. Malcolm Rice, BComm ‘20 Senior FSO Assurance, EY

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Supporting your journey

Starting university can be daunting. So can deciding your future career while in high school. That’s why Lang prioritizes flexibility and support throughout your academic journey. The Lang community – including students, staff and faculty – are here to give you the tools you need to realize your full potential, every step of the way.

Friendly, inspiring faculty

UNIVERSITY

Lang faculty are not only some of the brightest minds, they’re also incredibly supportive, friendly and approachable. You will be inspired by their passion for responsible business and their commitment to your professional development.

Lang’s 1st Year Student Tool Kit Find out everything you need to know about being a Lang student in our 1st Year Student Tool Kit – from accepting your offer, to life as a firstyear Commerce student. VIEW LANG’S 1ST YEAR STUDENT TOOL KIT

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Your Journey

Build a solid foundation of essential business skills and knowledge that you'll carry forward throughout the rest of your degree. Sharpen your skills in critical thinking, communication, problem solving and leadership, while creating lifelong memories and friends.

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

+ Build your foundation

+ Jump into your specialization

Learn the essential foundational business skills, like economics, marketing, and accounting and collaborate on projects with peers from other disciplines. Connect with your major’s student club – there’s one for every major and special interest!

After building your foundation in your first year, you then dive into your major specific courses. Declare a minor in another area, adding an additional skillset to your resume. If you’re in the co-op option, you will begin to apply to jobs during your second year.

YEAR 3

YEAR 4/5

+ Apply your knowledge

+ Connect. Network. Launch.

Applied learning opportunities happen throughout your program but are significantly enhanced during your third and fourth year. For example, in the Business Consulting course you will transform into a consultant, helping a local organization with a business or marketing challenge.

Network yourself, attend employer information sessions, connect with our Business Career Development Centre and become career-ready. You’ll complete a capstone course that will bring your skills and training together in a transformative way. If you are in the co-op option, you will complete an additional year of studies.

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Real-world, team-based learning

Collaboration, communication and team leadership skills are vital to any successful career. At Lang, you hone these skills through our unmatched focus on team-based learning. Work with students from other majors and programs to tackle real-world challenges that business leaders face daily. This collaborative learning will occur throughout your program and is essential to your leadership development.

Personalize your degree

Craft your own career path through your specialized major, complementary minor and more learning experiences. CHOOSE A SPECIALIZED MAJOR:

Majors with a discipline focus:

Majors with an industry focus:

+ Accounting

+ Hospitality & Tourism Management

+ Management + Management Economics & Finance + Marketing

+ Real Estate

+ Government, Economics & Management

+ Food & Agricultural Business + Sport & Event Management

ADD A COMPLEMENTARY MINOR:

+ Accounting

+ Business Data Analytics + Economics

+ Entrepreneurship + Human Resources

+ International Business

GO BEYOND THE CLASSROOM:

+ Study abroad + Lead a student club

+ Launch a startup + Compete in case competitions

+ Marketing

+ Project Management

+ Sport & Event Management + Sustainable Business

UNDECLARED OPTION

Want a commerce degree, but not ready to commit to a major? Apply as "undeclared" and begin with courses that foster a smooth transition to a specialization in second year. If you want co-op, we recommend you apply to the co-op stream of the major that most interests you directly from high school; space is limited.

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Accounting Achieve a highly respected professional designation and a successful career in business and accounting. The courses in Lang’s accounting program are all acknowledged requirements ahead of becoming a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) of Ontario. Complement your accounting focus with a minor in leadership, data analytics, business sustainability, marketing, international business, or human resources management. Upon graduation, you can pursue a 4-month graduate diploma in accounting that will advance your standing in achieving your CPA designation.

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Sample Careers:

Public accountant Financial analyst Controller Management consultant

Sample Courses

Applied Financial Accounting: Build strong foundational accounting knowledge and skills required to pursue your CPA. Working with your teammates, this case-based course applies accounting principles in a variety of different settings. Integrated Case Course: Draw on analytical tools and factual knowledge from other financial accounting, tax and audit courses and analyze comprehensive business problems and establish viable plans and methods to implement action plans. This optional course is a must if you're going to pursue your CPA designation.

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co-op terms

CPA accredited

Complete a brief graduate diploma to advance your pursuit of your CPA Add a minor in a complementary area such as sustainable business, international business and more.

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Michael Lanteigne VP, Manulife

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Food & Agricultural Business Develop the management skills you’ll need to succeed in today’s agribusiness industry. You will explore all areas of management, including accounting, economics, finance, marketing, production, organizational behaviour, policy planning and implementation. Your degree will also prepare you for further studies leading to a professional designations or graduate school. This major is fully accredited by the Agricultural Institute of Canada.

Sample Careers:

Accounting clerk Finance/lending specialist Marketing coordinator Procurement Agent

Sample Courses

Advanced Agribusiness Management: Develop real solutions to common problems facing agribusiness organizations by taking on the role of a consultant. Futures and Options Markets: Explore the theory and application of futures, options and other derivative instruments for marketing, hedging, investment and speculative purposes.

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Fully accredited by the Agricultural Institute of Canada

5 co-op terms

Gain experience and skill during paid work terms

OAC

Offered in conjunction with the Ontario Agricultural College

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Government, Economics & Management Combine politics, law and business and explore the unique intersection of the public sector with business and economics. Examine issues like whether government should be run in a more “business-like” manner, and equality and justice in decisionmaking. Develop transferable business skills in law, human resources, marketing, accounting and finance, and pursue diverse career opportunities within the public, private and voluntary sectors. This major is ideal for students wishing to pursue law school or a career in the public sector or government relations.

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Sample Careers:

Business development specialist Government policy analyst Legislative assistant

Media & public relations

Sample Courses

Public Administration and Governance: Evaluate the changing role of bureaucracy, financial and human resource management, and the evolving concepts of accountability within government departments and agencies. Public Economics: Examine the role of government in the economy and the sources of market failure which often justify government intervention. International Trade: An analysis of international trade and commercial policy. You will explore Canada’s international trade relationships.

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ideal for students wishing to pursue law school

5 co-op terms

gain experience during paid work terms Combines topics of political science, economics and management

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Hannah Ruuth, BComm ‘20 Analyst, Government of Canada

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Hospitality & Tourism Management Lang’s Hospitality and Tourism Management major, one of Canada’s best, prepares you for a leadership role in the world’s largest industry. Receive specialized business and management skills to enter into the industry’s three sectors: hotel and lodging, restaurant and food service and tourism. At the end of your second year you will choose one of these sectors as your main area of specialization. There are plenty of opportunities to put your skills to work through co-op, international exchanges, and extra-curricular opportunities - including case competitions and wine certifications.

Recent graduates have landed jobs as:

Management training program, Marriott Catering Manager, Blue Mountain Resorts Marketing Manager, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts Director of Room Operations Muskoka Bay Resort Senior Event Management, Toronto International Film Festival

Sample companies that have hired Lang co-op students:

Marriott International Accor Blue Mountain Resort Coast Hotels Mark Anthony Wine & Spirits Fairmont Royal York

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12-month co-op term gain a full year of paid work experience

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Melissa Radu, BComm ‘12 Director of Social and Environmental Sustainability, Explore Edmonton Corporation

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Shruti Kukreja, BComm ’22 Associate, Consulting and Valuation, HVS

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Management In this versatile and flexible major, you will gain strategic leadership and management skills that will enable you to work as an organizational leader in a wide range of industries. Explore topics like project management, motivation and negotiation while having the flexibility to add a minor in other business disciplines, such as project management, international business or sustainable business. Upon graduation, you will be able to make better decisions for your organization, efficiently lead and manage a team, plan strategic global projects while managing economic, social and environmental variables.

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Sample Careers:

Business analyst Human resource manager Management consultant Project manager

Sample Courses

Business Analytics: Develop a toolkit of analytical tools to help you solve a variety of business problems and turn data into solutions. Management Capstone Course: Explore how organizations can achieve a competitive advantage by leveraging their internal resources. You will be challenged to develop strategic solutions to real-life organizational issues.

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4 co-op terms gain professional work experience

Flexible options

Add minors and certificates to your degree

Broad business degree Ideal for those wanting a general business degree

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Tori Wakeford, BComm ‘22 Early Talent Recruiter D2L

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Management Economics & Finance Integrate the analytics of economics with the practical tools of accounting, management and marketing. Receive a solid foundation of business skills with a specialization in a sought-after field. In your fourth semester, you choose to focus your studies in either finance or management economics. Either choice gives you the ability to think in a disciplined yet open-minded way, and apply this way of thinking to tackle challenges in a globalized economy. You will learn in a challenging and rewarding environment, gain in-depth knowledge of finance, and obtain a practical understanding of a broad range of business areas.

Sample Employers Include:

BMO, CIBC, KPMG, Manulife, PwC, RBC, Scotiabank and TD

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Greg Nicholson, BComm ‘10 District Vice President, Fidelity Investments

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5 co-op terms gain professional work experience

Focus your major in finance or management economics Jumpstart your CPA, CFA or pursue graduate school

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Can you turn a profit on the stock market? Lang’s Guelph Student Investment Council (GSIC) invests $100,000 (of real money!) on the TSX and other exchanges – all funded by Fidelity Investments.

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Marketing Management Explore a key component of any successful business plan - understanding consumers. You will dive headfirst into a number of different facets of the marketing mix, including product development, consumer behaviour, branding and market research. Put your skills to work in our hands-on and collaborative learning environments. Lang marketing faculty are highly connected to the marketing industry and conduct impactful, cutting-edge research. Gain knowledge in creating, communicating, and delivering product offerings to create value to stakeholders in a global and connected economy. Be prepared to pursue a variety of marketing career paths and diverse leadership roles.

Sample Careers:

Brand manager Marketing manager Research analyst Sales manager Entrepreneur

Sample Courses

Business Consulting Course: Transform into business consultants and work on a real project for a local business. This course will help you develop important entrepreneurial, project management and communication skills. Digital Marketing: Explore and understand the integration of data analytics and online marketing trends.

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5 co-op terms gain professional work experience

Emphasis on applied, hands-on learning Add minors and certificates to create your own path

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Suba Naganathan, BComm ‘10 Sr. Account Executive, Amazon

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Real Estate Make an impact where people live, work and play. Develop a strong foundation of core business skills including finance, marketing and economics, while obtaining a specialized education in real estate. You’ll explore new uses for different types of real estate while considering the economic, social and environmental variables that factor into decision-making. Lang’s real estate graduates hold executive level positions in appraisal, brokerage, development, property and asset management and can be found in all sectors of the industry, including commercial, residential, property management and finance.

Sample Careers:

Broker Leasing agent Market analyst Property manager Real estate developer

Sample Courses

Sustainable Real Estate: Explore sustainability practices within the real estate industry and their benefits to its professionals. Sales and Negotiation: Gain an understanding of how good negotiators find ways of creating lasting value that benefit both sides.

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5 co-op terms gain professional work experience

Kim Passmore, BComm ‘10 Partner, S.W. Irvine & Associates

Jumpstart accreditations in appraisal and property management Add minors and certificates to create your own path Tyler Randa, BComm ‘21 Analyst, Capital Markets at JLL

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BCOMM MAJORS:

Sport & Event Management

Sample Careers:

Lang’s Sport and Event Management major will prepare you for leadership roles in the global sport, media and event industry. You will receive a specialized education from Lang’s renowned scholars in sport management as well as a BComm degree, providing you with career-focused business skills in finance, marketing and communications.

Sample Courses

You will dive into key aspects of the sport industry, including sponsorship, media, event hosting, stakeholder engagement and organizational leadership. Your courses will extend beyond traditional lectures and will include group projects, in-class simulation and case-based learning to help link theory with industry practice.

Facility manager

Sponsorship specialist

Festival operations manager Events coordinator

Impact of Business on Sport Industry: Apply financial decision making concepts to evaluate the continually evolving sports industry and explore trends in technological advancements, and demographic changes. Advanced Concepts in Sport and Event Management: A case-based course that integrates concepts and theory from previous courses. You will assume the role of an industry leader, solving real decision-making challenges.

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4 co-op terms gain professional work experience

Obtain your event management certification through Cvent Graduates work for MLSE, Sportsnet, CFL and NFL

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Rachel Farrell, BComm ‘16 Event Presentation Specialist, MLSE

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Your New Network Lang alumni are some of the most sustainably-minded, hardworking leaders in the business world today. They can be found working across a wide variety of sectors, industries, and seniority levels. You will have a wide network of business leaders that are proud Lang and University of Guelph alumni. Below are some of the companies that have hired Lang alumni:

ACCOUNTING

Co-operators, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, MNP, PwC

BANKING & FINANCE

BDO, BMO, CIBC, Fidelity Investments, Manulife, RBC, Scotiabank, Sunlife, TD

HOSPITALITY & TOURISM

Accor, Four Seasons Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Marriott Hotels, Royal Caribbean International, Oliver & Bonacini

SPORTS

MLSE, NFL Canada, Sportsnet, ClubLink, Rogers Centre

TECH & SOFTWARE

THERE ARE SO MANY AVENUES TO EXPLORE IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY!

Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Netflix, Open Text, Salesforce, Shopify

MY EDUCATION AT LANG HELPED ACCELERATE

REAL ESTATE

ROLES, WHICH HAS OPENED MANY INCREDIBLE

Allied Properties REIT, Altus Group, CBRE, Colliers, Oxford Properties, Smart Centres

CONSUMER GOODS

MY CAREER AND LAUNCH ME INTO LEADERSHIP AND INTERESTING OPPORTUNITIES.

Sophia Darling, BComm ‘17 Event Sales Manager, Fairmont Royal York

Bell Canada, Canadian Tire, Labatt, Loblaws, PepsiCo, Rogers, Tim Hortons

PUBLIC SECTOR

Bank of Canada, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Department of Finance (Canada), Minister of Environment & Climate Change Gordon S. Lang School of Business & Economics

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Lang Scholarships Financing and Scholarships Lang and the University of Guelph offer generous scholarships that recognize your hard work and dedication to using business as a force for good. Scholarships are given based on your extra-curricular activities, demonstrated leadership ability and volunteerism and more. Many scholarships do not require you to apply, but some require an application. Contact U of G’s Financial Services for more information.

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in scholarships given to Lang Commerce students in 2021

LANG ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS Do you want to use business as a force for good? Apply to become a Lang Scholar. These prestigious, $5,000 scholarships are for students who; have shown a commitment to being a responsible leader; improve their community; and embody the values of the Lang School of Business and Economics. If you Improve Life in your community, we want to hear from you.

IN HIGH SCHOOL I FOUNDED A CLUB FOCUSED ON CONNECTING STUDENTS WITH VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE COMMUNITY. I ALSO VOLUNTEERED AT A HOSPITAL AND SENIOR CARE HOME. I WANT TO ENGAGE WITH PEOPLE FROM ALL SOCIAL BACKGROUNDS AND GET INVOLVED WITHIN MY COMMUNITY.

Yuha Khan, Lang BComm student Lang Scholar 2020

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Take the next steps and learn more about Lang and the University of Guelph: + Attend an upcoming admissions event + Book a campus tour + Register for Lang’s Leadership Academy and receive exclusive invites to virtual workshops and webinars to help build the Future You

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Estimated Cut-off: 82% (students applying to co-op typically require a higher average) Requirements: Hospitality and Tourism Management and Government, Economics and Management majors require ENG4U, MHF4U and 4 additional 4U or 4M courses. Note: All other Commerce majors require ENG4U, MHF4U, 1 additional 4U math course, 3 additional 4U or 4M courses.