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Category: Education

The making of an MBA

Victoria McDonald’s path to her MBA has been anything but a straight line. The 26-year-old Calgarian initially graduated from the University of Calgary in 2020 with a Bachelor of Education,

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Unleashing Potential:

Embark on a journey through Alberta’s educational landscape, and you’ll discover a vibrant tapestry of innovation, diversity and excellence woven by independent schools. These educational sanctuaries, integral to the province’s

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The 50+ Crowd Goes Back to School

Suddenly, continuing education has a delicate dilemma. With different goals and motivations, more and more mature students are re-enrolling and heading back to the classroom for credentials, qualifications, upgrading, and

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School’s Back In

Breanna Geelen never saw herself as an entrepreneur. Today, she’s waking up as one. The journey to the corner office happened quite naturally for the 27-year-old founder and CEO of

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Life After MBA

Of course, it’s business. And professional. But it’s also personal! There’s no doubt about it. Despite the ongoing impact of emerging technologies, redefined workplace dynamics and other transformational shifts in

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Rising Above the Rhetoric

One of the most profound choices a parent can make to set their child up for success is choosing the right school. In Alberta, independent schools strengthen and expand the

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Investing in Learning

In many contemporary industries and workplaces, training and education upgrading is no longer an extra, as much as a vital necessity. Academic institutions like SAIT and Calgary’s Haskayne School of

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The Contemporary MBA

To MBA or not to MBA, that is the question being asked by students, résumés, employers, executive recruiters and HR professionals. Traditionally, MBAs were the preferred choice for those who

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Alberta Independent Schools

Independent schools (referred to as private schools in legislation) have been part of the fabric of Alberta since the province joined Confederation. In fact, there are independent schools that have

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