Welcome to our new partner Goodman School of Business at Brock University, Canada

22nd March 2019

The IPBS network is very pleased to welcome a new partner located in Canada’s beautiful Niagara region: Goodman School of Business at Brock University.

Goodman is a globally oriented and community dedicated business school that is a leader in experiential education.

At Goodman, experience matters. Both outside and inside the classroom, the Goodman School of Business provides students with the business acumen and leadership skills they need to succeed.

At the last IPBS meetings taking place last week at Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) in Puebla in Mexico, the membership agreement has been signed.

Read what the IPBS President says about the new partner:

“The entry of the Goodman School of Business into the International Partnership of Business Schools(IPBS) is a significant high point in the development of our consortium of 13 globally-oriented, leading business schools in Europe, North and Latin America. Brock University is the first Canadian institution to participate in our innovative network of business schools, thus consolidating the presence of the IPBS in North America. Brock brings to the consortium a freshness, vigor and dynamism that will serve to enhance our reputation and quality. We look forward to fostering a deep and lasting strategic alliance in the coming years”.

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