Eliminate barriers through partnerships
We build partnerships to offer experiential learning opportunities that allow us to connect our students to the global community.
We’re expanding our scale of influence by partnering with private and public businesses, other faculties at Memorial, and provincial and federal governments to create a global network and expand educational and career opportunities for our students. Through these partnerships, we can be part of our community – locally and globally – while also preparing students to make significant contributions to the world around them.
Our expanding network broadens and enriches research possibilities as well as opportunities to undertake cutting-edge research that helps take our students and our society to the next level.
Better understand the diverse learning needs of our students.
Our partnership with Gardiner Centre allows graduate students to participate in valuable professional development opportunities.
Our certificate and diploma programs target working professionals who wish to enhance their business education and advance their careers. These programs are also stepping-stones toward earning a full degree.
Connect with industry and government to ensure our programming aligns with industry trends and current market needs.
We offer interdisciplinary programming through partnerships with other academic units at Memorial. These include joint undergraduate degrees with the School of Music and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS), and a graduate degree with HSS.
We also offer a minor in business administration, which is available to any undergraduate student at Memorial.
Foster interdisciplinary and industry research collaborations.
Our faculty members regularly undertake cutting-edge research with academics beyond the business faculty.
We strive to improve relationships with our alumni and advance our connections with industry.
Some of our key industry relationships are representing through successful grant applications, many of which require community partnerships.
We also enjoy strong relationships with alumni and industry, which is reflected in a 100 per cent placement rate for students in our Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) program.
- Feb. 8: Gift of Learning
Gardiner Centre offering free professional training to newcomers to N.L.
- Nov. 23: Answering the unanswerable
Memorial University launches centre focused on emerging research field
- Nov. 15: Vital connections
Cenovus Centre takes business students behind the scenes of local companies
- Nov. 1: HR experts
Accreditation streamlines certification for business alumni and students
- March 1: Bright future
More than $27 million for training and upskilling in N.L. tech sector
- Oct. 27: Stronger together
Memorial forms social finance-focused coalition with community leaders
- Sept. 22: International innovation
Student, med-tech partnership to help explore U.K. markets
- May 30: Library leaders
Gardiner Centre hosts first national training program for university librarians
- April 19: Become a tech steward
Business faculty partners with ethnical technology program
- Feb. 28: Fish by fish
Building confidence and measuring impact in Petty Harbour
- June 25: Getting further ahead
Business student gains insider view with Husky Centre internship
- April 30: Career bridge
Business faculty earns national ‘win-win’ accreditation
- April 1: Meaningful inclusion
Kristy Sheppard brings Indigenous lens to business faculty’s advisory board
- March 10: Thinking globally
A Memorial University MBA student helps local company expand into European markets with support from the Husky Centre
- Feb. 1: VOLTFUSE sees opportunity in pandemic
Wage subsidies from Husky Centre help local businesses adapt