Welcome to Sprott!
The faculty and staff at the Sprott School of Business are committed to ensuring the first year of your undergraduate degree is memorable. Know that we are here for you. In order to support you, we will continue to update this page with links to opportunities and websites we feel are valuable to you as you navigate through your first year with us. Start your Sprott journey now!!
Please consult the degree guide for your program (BCom or BIB) prior to registering. This will help you register in the correct courses for your degree program.
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Don't miss out on SPROSH 2021: Ravens Galaxy!
Sign up now and get your Ravens Starter Kit containing a full set of Ravens Swag and Sprott blue light glasses! Fall Orientation will be offered from Sunday, September 5 – Friday, September 10 with events taking place all week long. Programming will be offered virtually and will follow Ottawa Public Health guidelines. Check out the 2020 trailer for insight into what you can expect this year. Schedules will be released in July.
Business Career Management Centre (BCMC)
In September, you will be working closely with the Sprott Business Career Management Centre (BCMC) and we are available to Sprott undergraduate students and can help you with:
- One-on-one employment/career advising sessions
- Career development workshops
- Industry-led seminars
- Targeted resume and cover letter preparation and review
- Interview preparation
- Industry connections and networking events
- Liaison services to Sprott student clubs, societies and alumni
We look forward to getting to know each and everyone of you!
The Student Success Officer, Maria Walt, works 1-on-1 with Sprott students and is always ready to hear about your experiences (both successes and struggles). Then she will work with you to identify programs, services and initiatives that will help ensure your success, in or out of the classroom, from your first year to your final year as a Sprott student.
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) students will be required to register for BUSI 1995: Employability Passport.
Take the time to read up on the Employability Passport and how it will help prepare you for your future career!
Sprott Student Consulting Group (SSCG)
SSCG enables students to acquire practical experience, expand their professional networks, enhance their management and leadership skills, and obtain employability skills for their careers, while giving back to the community.
BIB Language Selection
Students in the BIB program are required to specialize in one of the following languages: French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, or Spanish. Please complete the BIB Language Selection form to formally declare your BIB language and state your intended pathway for completing the language requirement, based on your proficiency level in your selected language.
This summer, get virtually connected with an upper year Sprott student with Sprott Connects, while still practicing social distancing!
Sprott Connects will help you get familiar the Sprott community over the summer months whether you are in Ottawa, somewhere else in Canada, or all the way around the world.
More information to come!
Online Learning Support
The world has changed a lot since March 2020, but one thing remains the same, Carleton University is here to support you throughout your studies. Your success is still of the utmost importance to us and our student support services and resources are now available online to support you during this time.
Learn more at https://students.carleton.ca/online/