UCW and Toronto School of Management sign transfer articulation agreement

Bradley Fehr  |  January 30, 2019

 | Topic : University News

UCW and Toronto School of Management sign transfer articulation agreement

University Canada West and the Toronto School of Management (TSOM) have signed a partnership agreement.

The agreement will allow TSOM students, who have successfully completed the Diploma in Business Management or the Diploma in Business Administration programs, to transfer credits toward earning a Bachelor of Commerce degree at UCW.

The UCW bachelor degree consists of 40 courses or 120 credits, and is usually completed in four years.

TSOM students who successfully complete the Business Management Program will receive 14 courses or 42 credit hours towards a Bachelor of Commerce degree at UCW. They will also be exempt from the university’s English language requirements.

Similarly, TSOM students who successfully complete the Business Administration Program will receive 8 courses or 24 credit hours towards a Bachelor of Commerce degree at UCW. They too will also be exempt from the university’s English language requirements.

“The Transfer Articulation MOU is a great opportunity for students to further their education after they earn their Business Management or Business Administration diplomas at TSOM,” said Brock Dykeman, UCW President.

Brock signed the agreement on behalf of UCW. Anna Etingen, GUS Canada Controller and Cyndi McLeod, GUS Canada CEO were also present.

Ehsan Safdari, Managing Director of the Toronto School of Management later signed the agreement as well.

University Canada West is a business-focused university in downtown Vancouver, BC. UCW offers Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication and Associate of Arts degrees, as well as preparatory programs. For more information about applying email info@ucanwest.ca.

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