The Sprott School of Business works to address community and global challenges through our innovative programs, interdisciplinary research and collaborative partnerships.
At Sprott, we seek and value partnerships with business, government and community organizations in the development of talent and knowledge to drive innovation and create positive economic impact.
Experiential learning provides students with real world perspective and further develop their skills in communication, analytical thinking and responsible management, among others. Opportunities include: addressing challenges through in-class projects and student consulting, developing case studies, supporting case competition teams, social innovation, entrepreneurship, and more.
We are seeking partners for our Project-Based Learning program, where teams of students solve real problems for real clients as the Sprott Student Consulting Group. Students acquire practical experience, enhance their management and leadership skills, and expand job market networks. Partners benefit from the innovations of top students and access to a diverse talent pool of entrepreneurial-minded students.
Our talent partners access a broad pool of candidates with diverse backgrounds. Develop future talent through opportunities, such as co-op and internships, brand awareness, and more. Visit our employers page to learn more.
The Business Strategy Internships provide $10,000 or $15,000 to business students to undertake a four-month internship on an innovation project with a company or not-for-profit in Canada. The costs for the internship stipend are shared,
We partner with community organizations, government and industry to co-create knowledge and insights that foster innovation and more responsible business policy and practices. Explore research at Sprott.
Connect with us to explore collaborative opportunities!
Mawuena TorkornooManager, External Relations
Sprott School of Business
1125 Colonel By Drive
Phone: 613-520-2388Contact page