Future You Starts at Lang
At the Lang School of Business and Economics, we believe that business should be used as a force for good. This means business leaders will need to be collaborative, analytical, ethical and responsible.
Gain the expertise, experience and leadership skills that employers demand with the University of Guelph's Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program with co-op option. The collaborative culture and team-based learning is what sets Lang apart. If you’re a team player who thrives on working in a positive learning environment, you’ll fit in perfectly at Lang. There’s a reason why employers hire Lang graduates.
Lang’s Future You Advantage
Lang has developed the Future You Advantage to provide career-focused experiences that will inspire you to become a responsible, collaborative and ethical business leader. These experiences include global leadership and industry-focused skill development and a supportive culture that puts you first.
Benefit from accomplished faculty and learning experiences that occur both inside and outside the classroom, including co-op opportunities, international exchanges, and specialized majors.
- Graduate employment rate
- Top 6%
- of the world's business schools - AACSB Accredited
- Co-op option
- Available in all 9 specialized majors.
- in the world for sustainability focus **
Future You is Ready
Lang students are equipped and inspired to solve society’s most pressing social and economic issues by using business as a force for good. Explore Lang’s Future You Advantage.
Future You is a Global Leader
Become a leader of diverse and inclusive teams and a more rounded, global citizen by embarking on a study abroad program at one of our many international partner institutions.
Future You has the Expertise
Specialize your degree in one of 9 majors and benefit from Lang’s team-based approach to learning. Gain valuable, future focused expertise that employers demand like ethics, sustainability and analytics.
Future You is Career-Ready
Lang’s popular co-op program, support services and industry connections will give you real world experiences to launch your career. If you would rather be your own boss, the John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise will help you fund and launch your startup.
The student community you join at Lang is collaborative and supportive – not competitive. Whether you need support with choosing your major or minor, networking with employers or funding for your startup, Lang’s support services ensure you are successful. With dozens of student clubs and organizations to get involved with, you will find like-minded individuals that will become some of your closest friends while completing your undergraduate degree.
Lang was just a very welcoming environment overall. The profs are very welcoming, which made all the students feel more comfortable. They encourage you to chat and work together which is how I met a lot of my friends.
First-Year Tool Kit
This toolkit will provide you with the information and resources that you need to be successful in your first-year and beyond at the Lang School. It includes information on accepting your offer, choosing courses and what your first-year will look like, student life, how to get involved and other important resources that will help you succeed.Learn More about the first year tool kit
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Lang BComm Student Blog
Check out our BComm student blog where students share their experiences at Lang, including studying abroad, balancing student and social life, and why getting involved at U of G is so important.
What I loved about the program is that it was community focused. Everyone works towards similar goals – it feels like we are a team versus competing against each other. The learning environment is really amazing.