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We are located in Regina, Saskatchewan, the fastest growing city in Canada, rated as one of the nation’s best places to live, in a province experiencing tremendous opportunity. Both of our undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to take advantage of the co-operative education experience, providing valuable opportunities to hone their work skills. We continue to build relationships around Saskatchewan, around Canada and around the world. We invite you to become part of our ever-expanding network of excellence.
We have a large and diverse student body, including both:
- undergraduate students in the Paul J Hill School of Business, and
- graduate students in the Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business.
Our students come from all over Saskatchewan, Canada and the world; some are full-time students, while others complete their programs part-time. Our student societies are among the most active on campus, and they are involved in a number of campus and community initiatives. We provide support for our students to attend both national and international student competitions, where they rate among the top year after year!
The Centre for Management Development provides practical application for students and faculty, while advancing the prosperity of industry and business in Saskatchewan and abroad. It offers external client services in executive development, advising, and research & publication.
The business school is located on land that is the traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota, Lakota, and Dakota peoples and is the homeland of the Métis people. This land is part of Treaty 4 territory. We are all treaty people, meaning that we are all part of the relationship agreed to over 150 years ago. It is our collective priority to ensure all learners gain a deeper understanding of our shared histories and contemporary relationships.
The Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina is a member of EFMD. EFMD is one of the key business school networks in the world and being a part of the networking brings many opportunities for faculty and student exchanges, knowledge sharing and collaboration.