Ryan Martin’s first two years at the University of Guelph have been an introduction to university-level economics and finance, as well as university life.
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The marketing management student reflects on his time at the University of Guelph and discusses what he is most looking forward to as he starts his professional football career.
When Andrew Gunpat was applying to universities, he knew he wanted a commerce degree that would give him the knowledge in business, public administration and political science that he needed to prepare for a career in corporate law. He found this unique focus in the University of Guelph’s public management major, and is now gearing up for the next phase of his education – law school.
For College of Business and Economics Students’ Association (CBESA) president, Ashwin Lal, student leadership has been a passion since middle school, so it’s fitting that he would find himself immersed in extra-curricular activities throughout his time at the University of Guelph. Now entering his final year, Lal is looking forward to starting his career in sales, but before he crosses the convocation stage, he has a busy year ahead with the CBESA that will bring many opportunities for all business students to work, play and succeed.
Throughout her time at the University of Guelph, tourism management student Katie Lo has made connections across campus and around the world by taking advantage of opportunities ranging from student leadership roles within the College of Business and Economics Students’ Association (CBESA) to studying abroad for six months in Australia.
Creativity has played an important role in Leah Tanner’s life from a young age, so when it was time to choose a major that allowed her to combine business fundamentals with creative pursuits, marketing was a natural choice.
Third-year accounting student, and avid sports fan, Justin Dourado discusses his experience at the University of Guelph, role at the Pan Am Games and position as VP of Communications for the Accounting Society.
Since arriving at the University of Guelph almost four years ago, Megan Dietrich has experienced firsthand the variety of opportunities a business degree can offer. As a management economics and finance major, she is planning to become a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) following graduation while also continuing her photography business Captured by Meg Dietrich, a venture she launched in the Applied Business Project course offered by the College of Business and Economics.
When Eamonn McGuinty traveled to Yale University to present at the Global Health and Innovation Conference earlier this year, he took another step towards building a career he has been passionate about since before he arrived at U of G.