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Study Business in Canada at Lang

Future You Starts at Lang

By studying business in Canada at Lang you’ll learn from a global leader in sustainable management education that will inspire you to use business as a force for good. The Lang School of Business and Economics at the University of Guelph is ranked #1 in Canada and #5 in the world for its focus on developing responsible business leaders.

Learn foundational skills of business and management and put them into practice outside of the classroom and benefit from globally renowned faculty and innovative learning experiences, including co-op opportunities, case competitions, integrated research projects and specialized, industry-focused programs.

By studying business in Canada at the University of Guelph, you will be joining an inclusive and safe community that cares about your well-being and perspectives. Whether you need support with choosing your program, networking with employers or funding for your startup, Lang’s support services ensure you are successful. 

Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics
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$42.7 million
in awards handed out to UG students in 2021
Top 6%
of the world's business schools - AACSB Accredited
international students at the University of Guelph
#5 in the world
for sustainability focus **

A Diverse, Supportive Community

We know that moving to Canada is both exciting and challenging. Leaving your friends, family and support can be difficult but we are here to help you find your place on campus and manage your transition. U of G has many services they provide international students. From START International, a program designed specifically for new international students, to international student advisors here to support your journey and many cultural clubs, we know you will feel supported. You can find all the International Student resources here.

Our faculty come from over 39 countries and foster an environment that promotes diverse perspectives. We also have student-focused supports specific for international students to help your professional and personal growth while also adjusting to life in Canada.

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"At Lang was the first time I understood how sustainability and business are connected. Everything we did at Lang was really based around that value. I now apply the expertise and knowledge that I learned at Lang to my career."

Lana El Sheikha, Alumni
Digital marketing expert, from Egypt
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"I would tell other international students to consider both the impact and what Lang offers. Lang’s impact goes beyond education and empowers students to work towards improving their lives in unique ways. Lang offers a lot of flexibility in terms of education and the resources that are available to every student, all you have to do is take advantage of them."

Dhoon Gandhi, Undergraduate Student
from India
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Take the next steps.

Considering applying to the University of Guelph and Lang? Our international student viewbook and webinars provide you with an overview of our programs, admission requirements, and supports available to international students at the University of Guelph.

Lang International Student Padmaraj Rana

Lang Bachelor of Commerce student Padmaraj Rana chose the University of Guelph because of its strong co-op program in order to pursue his dream of working at a top accounting firm in North America. His next co-op term will be at a national "big four" accounting firm, where he will apply his skill set and leadership abilities to make an impact.

Learn about his first studying abroad academic experiences and impressions of Canada.

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Learn more about life at Lang

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.

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