Promise Scholars at Dalhousie
New for May 2021: Dalhousie is proud to partner on a new, expanded Atlantic Promise Scholars Initiative with Atlantic Business Magazine and universities across Atlantic Canada. Read more in Atlantic Business Magazine.
Funding and supporting Black and Indigenous students in Dalhousie Faculty of Management's programs
Management education plays a vital role in taking great ideas from inspiration to realization. Our students become their generation’s managers and leaders—at home and around the world. They make remarkable contributions in large businesses, in small not-for-profits, in their communities and in government.
Our Promise to support Black and Indigenous students
Through the Promise Scholars program, we will support and nurture students with financial resources, work and internship experiences, and dedicated and personalized academic and career mentoring.
We believe that our collective futures require us to attend to the ways we have excluded and prevented racialized students, and especially Black and Indigenous students, from fulfilling their promise.
Apply to be a Promise Scholar in these programs
Develop as a leader with skill and creativity. Our innovative and interdisciplinary program combines information management, environmental resource management, public administration and business.
One of the few commerce programs with a mandatory co-op in Canada allows you to develop valuable skills, gain workplace experience and build a network of professional contacts—all while earning a pay cheque.
Direct-entry graduate programs (no work experience required)
Enter directly from any undergraduate discipline. Your career begins just months into the program. By the time you enter your eight-month Corporate Residency, you will have been coached and rigorously prepared for deep immersion into the business world.
Follow your passion and tackle real-world challenges. You'll combine coursework with hands-on experience developing solutions to pressing resource and environmental issues during a paid internship.
Learn how to connect people with information, manage information and technology, problem-solve effectively in complex environments and provide leadership and vision in a knowledge-based society.
Boost your career in industry or prepare for a top PhD program in business administration with a research-oriented thesis program that builds on your expertise. Choose a concentration in Management, Marketing, Information Systems or Finance.
Learn the process of independent research on natural resource and environmental issues in a collegial, interdisciplinary community of scholars.
Get the management skills required by public service organizations and an understanding of the organization, processes and policies of government, its public agencies and the policy groups that work in the public sector.