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Studying in class

Attendance in class is mandatory.
Participate in lively group discussions and projects.
Having a laptop computer will help you organize your notes and project work.

Visiting dignitaries

British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell (centre) landed in Chandigarh on December 2,
2007, to kick off a six-day trade mission in India. UFV students provided an official welcome
for him at the Chandigarh airport, and he delighted the group by taking the time to greet
each and every student personally. They enjoyed another opportunity to interact with the
Premier the following day, when he shared stories from his youth, passed on advice and
posed for individual photos. (In Canada, a provincial Premier is equivalent to a state
Chief Minister in India.)
Member of Parliament (Vancouver-South) and former British Columbia Premier Ujjal
Dosanjh (far right) paid a special visit to UFV students in Chandigarh.
As a UFV student in Chandigarh, you may have the opportunity to meet and converse
with Canadian political leaders such as Mr. Dosanjh.
British Columbia Government House Leader, and Member of Parliament for the
Abbotsford - Mt. Lehman riding (where UFV's primary campus is located), the Honourable
Michael de Jong, visited students in Chandigarh in January 2008.
UFV President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Skip Bassford (right) has visited Chandigarh
several times and greatly enjoys meeting with BBA students. That is Panjab University
Vice Chancellor R.C. Sobti (left), who has had a lot of interaction with UFV both in India 
and in Canada (he was at UFV in Canada last June 2008, when CICS hosted him at an
alumni dinner for PU grads settled in B.C.)
Professor DJ Sandhu, who is Special Advisor to the UFV President and also holds the
British Columbia Regional Innovation Chair on Canada-India Business and Economic
Development, spends much of each year in Chandigarh.

The director of the Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies at UFV, Ms. Satwinder Bains
(kneeling, in pink and green), leads a study tour from Canada to India every few years
and brings her group to visit the BBA students in Chandigarh.

Acknowledging accomplishments

UFV students ranked #1 in a global business simulation competition, amongst 1725
teams and 105 universities and colleges worldwide.
Don't forget to review the awards and scholarships available to UFV BBA students in
Chandigarh, to see if you qualify.
Our students work hard and are rewarded for it.
Taking time out to recognize accomplishments is important!
First-year UFV BBA degree students in Chandigarh, with UFV President Skip Bassford
and Professor of Marketing Shyam Vyas at the third anniversary and awards ceremony,
November 2008.
UFV BBA degree students in Chandigarh, with Professor Kim Milnes at the
third anniversary and awards ceremony, November 2008.

Special events

UFV BBA students in Chandigarh celebrating Canada Day (July 1, '09).
UFV BBA students in Chandigarh celebrating Canada Day (July 1, '09).
In celebration of Canada Day (July 1, '08), UFV BBA students in Chandigarh take to the streets
of the city in a specially decorated double-decker bus.
Celebrating Canada Day 2008 in India...Canadian-style!
 Maple leaf rangoli.
Outreach activities: telling the community about the UFV BBA in Chandigarh.

UFV and Sanatan Dharma College Chandigarh host an International Conference on
Corporate Governance, featuring talks by Canadian lawyers Nicolas Rouleau and
Joseph Pagé, along with SD College faculty. (Jan 2009)

The first-year Professional Sales class is involved in field work. They are graded
on a number of elements contributing to the Professional Sales process, and are
encouraged with personal and team-based incentives.
Another example of the first-year Professional Sales class conducting
community outreach.

Ready to take on the world!

Future business leaders,
Looking professional at the airport.
With UFV Business professor Lorne McKenzie.
With UFV Communications professor Madeleine Hardin.
The future of India!
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