TWU students from around the world test-drive new classroom spaces in the Robert G. Kuhn Centre
This summer, TWU’s newly-opened Robert G. Kuhn Centre started welcoming students.
See below to experience a video tour of this multi-functional facility:
Among the first to experience learning within the Langley campus’ newest classrooms are MBA students from around the world.
Ife Odelana is enjoying the diversity of cultures and experiences alongside peers in her classes this summer. The MBA International Business student from Nigeria is grateful for the networks she has built with classmates and professors who come from around the world.
Ife considers her educational experience at TWU “a challenging but reforming experience.”
“It has stretched me and opened my mind to new possibilities,” she said. “It helps me see from a different perspective.”
“I have also made some very important and beautiful friendships that I am sure would exist for a very long time. My professors have also been a big part of my time here so far. I have interacted with some even outside the classroom and they have challenged my thought process, and that’s very important to me.”
— Ife Odelana, MBA student
She adds, “I have also made some very important and beautiful friendships that I am sure would exist for a very long time. My professors have also been a big part of my time here so far. I have interacted with some even outside the classroom and they have challenged my thought process, and that’s very important to me.”
Summer learning within a brand-new facility
TWU’s MBA students are among the first to experience learning within the Langley campus’ brand-new Robert G. Kuhn Centre.
Shivaji Khandelwal, from India, is pursuing an MBA to learn more about how to conduct financial analysis for companies and to gain a deeper knowledge about investments. His professors have been a huge source of encouragement.
“I really appreciate all the professors who have been helping along the way on projects and discussing new ideas about business and related topics.”
— Shivaji Khandelwal, MBA student
“I really appreciate all the professors who have been helping along the way on projects and discussing new ideas about business and related topics,” he said. “I am benefiting from a lot of new opportunities coming along the way, such as, the working lifestyle of Canadian culture and how to be efficient and competent on all levels.”
Engaging topics from entrepreneurship to leadership
Simran Tiwana is interested in entrepreneurship and career advancement, and has appreciated learning from experienced faculty, taking flexible courses and engaging a variety of learning opportunities.
Arman Hassannia sees multiple benefits of learning at TWU. “I chose the MBA program at TWU because of the flexibility of the program and the really good quality academic knowledge that you can learn here, both for my business knowledge and my ethical point of view on leadership,” he said.
“I appreciate all the great professors that we have and that classes are really interactive. You can share ideas with the professors, and we have so many discussions during the class."
— Arman Hassannia, MBA student
The convergence of perspectives within the classroom is also a plus. “I appreciate all the great professors that we have and that classes are really interactive. You can share ideas with the professors, and we have so many discussions during the class.”
About TWU’s MBA programs
An MBA from TWU will help you enhance your career, challenge yourself with professors who stretch your thinking, and examine real-world business issues from an ethical point of view. Choose from program options including Executive MBA, MBA in International Business, MBA in Non-Profit & Charitable Organizations and Great Wall MBA—China.
Learn more at TWU’s MBA programs.
About the Robert G. Kuhn Centre
The Robert G. Kuhn Centre at TWU is a four-storey mass timber atrium building that marks the entry to the university’s Langley, B.C. campus. It is the new home of the School of Business, GLOBAL, and Student Life’s Global Engagement Office (GEO), and a multi-functional facility for students and faculty.
See also — TWU students studying business law and public policy visit the Parliament and Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa
About Trinity Western University
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