Centre for Experiential & Executive Learning

Established in 2005, the Centre for Management Development (CMD) operated within the Hill and Levene Schools of Business at the University of Regina. Since its inception, the Centre has been dedicated to providing experiential learning opportunities to students as future leaders and entrepreneurs, as well as promoting business practices to enhance the professional development and growth of business leaders, entrepreneurs and their organizations. In alignment with the academic mission and renewed vision and mission statements of the Hill and Levene Schools of Business, the CMD has been renamed the Hill and Levene Centre for Experiential & Executive Learning (Hill and Levene CEEL) with a renewed emphasis on the following priority areas:

  1. Offering extended experiential and work-integrated learning opportunities for business students to advance their career-readiness by means of non-credit micro credentials, internships, student-led business advisory services, research assistantships, volunteer opportunities, networking and mentorship, and workshops.
  2. Delivering executive education and custom-curated training, workshops and sessions for local entrepreneurs, non-profits, the business community and public sector that leverage the substantive in-house expertise of our esteemed faculty members.



The objectives for Hill and Levene CEEL for 2021-2025 include:

  1. Experiential Learning: Serve as the Schools’ central hub for coordinating and developing experiential learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate business students, including interdisciplinary initiatives with students across campus.
  2. Executive & Professional Education: Develop and offer regular customized professional development and executive education offerings which leverage the expertise of the Schools’ faculty members and meet the needs of professional communities locally and nationally. Deliver professional development / executive education offerings.


The Centre employs a number of students, faculty members, staff, and research assistants for individual projects as well as a full-time co-op student and administrative assistant.

Key Initiatives for 2024 -2025

The main initiatives for Hill and Levene CEEL in the 2024-2025 academic year include:

  • Developing a non-credit micro-credentials for business students in the areas of:
    • diversity, equity and inclusion; and
    • entrepreneurship
  • To launch programming to engage students from across campus in the new Hill and Levene Entrepreneurial Collision Space.