Mentorship & Networking
Bizfrosh is a lively event designed to benefit first and second-year students in the commerce and management program. It offers a blend of enjoyable activities, challenges, and the chance to win prizes. Its primary objectives are to help students explore their academic field, connect with their peers, and provide them with upper-year mentors for guidance and answers to program-related inquiries.
The BizBanquet event offers students a chance to enhance their networking skills and develop their personal brands. In a virtual setting, the event includes introductions, a keynote speech, a contest, and extended networking sessions with industry representatives.This event is designed to serve as a platform to empower students with valuable opportunities for interaction and communication, fostering their professional growth and personal development.
This event is a 2-session mentorship program tailored to support the integration of first and second-year students into the university setting and to improve their professional skills. It connects students with experienced third and fourth-year mentors who will guide them throughout the academic year. This program offers unique networking opportunities and a valuable learning experience, enabling mentees to benefit from the insights of their mentors who possess a deep understanding of the Commerce and Management programs at UTM.
CPA/CFA Networking Night
The event provides students with a valuable opportunity to expand their knowledge about the various designations available upon graduation. It also allows them to establish connections with knowledgeable representatives who could offer insights into their fields.
BizFormal is an end of the year celebratory event which will include awards, music, dance, food and drinks. This event celebrates the achievements of student leaders within the commerce and management program and is a fun way to end the year. We are hoping to hold it in an in-person format during April.
Meet the Profs
Meet the Profs is an opportunity to foster stronger connections between students and professors. The event offers interactive panels and networking sessions as an engaging means to break the ice and facilitate interaction between faculty members and students.