COVID-19 Adjustments & Information

Fall 2020 Program Delivery

Smith School of Business has established its plan for the fall term. As we anticipate some physical distancing restrictions will still be in place come September, adjustments to program deliveries will be required in many cases. This includes all years of the Commerce program being delivered remotely. Click here for more information.

Smith's COVID Response

For information on Smith School of Business’ response to COVID-19, click here.

Expert Insights & Free Webinars

Our Smith Business Insight platform has a rich selection of articles, assessments, and webinars from Smith faculty and experts on navigating the impacts of COVID-19. Learn more.

Queen's University

For information on the university’s overall response, click here.

Every day, it’s a new business world.
Be Ready.

Business today is constantly changing — new technologies, emerging markets, changing competitors, evolving expectations and more. To succeed you need a strong combination of knowledge, skills and personal abilities.

Smith School of Business, Queen’s University gets you ready and keeps you primed to thrive in this ever-changing business world.

Recruiting in the Age of COVID-19

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The post-pandemic global financial forecast
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The post-pandemic global financial forecast

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How Patent Reforms Boost Developing Countries

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The Smith Experience at Queen's

International
Perspective

Due to its strong reputation, Smith School of Business attracts top students from across Canada and around the world. The School maintains international exchange partnerships with over 100 respected business schools in 37 countries, and welcomes more than 300 international exchange students annually.

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The Power
of Teams

Smith School of Business has been a pioneer in the important area of team-based learning, utilizing an approach that is far more sophisticated and integrated than that used at other business schools. Our students graduate better-prepared to lead and be productive members of today's collaborative workforce.

Experiential
Learning

We recognize that there is often no substitute to the learning imparted by hands-on experience. Our students put theories and best practices to the test through internships, new venture opportunities, and student-run businesses, including Canada's first hedge fund run by MBA and graduate students.

Committed to
Student Success

Our dedication to student success extends well beyond the innovative classroom experience. Our comprehensive career support programs, coaching services, alumni networking events and life-long learning opportunities are all designed to help our students realize their goals and ambitions.

Learning Environment

Goodes Hall, the home of Smith School of Business, combines an exquisitely restored 45,000 square foot 120-year-old Victorian schoolhouse with 143,000 square feet of bold new design and structure. The building is named in honour of the family of Mel Goodes, a Commerce '57 alumnus and former Chairman & CEO of Warner-Lambert worldwide.

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Faculty and Research

Smith School of Business has a long and impressive record of innovative and high quality research. Our mission is to advance business and society through excellence in research, and to improve the practice of management and leadership.

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News Blog More

Smith community in China sends thousands of masks to Kingston

Kingston, Ont. – As a business school with deep international ties, Smith has long benefited from its relationships around the world. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many in the Smith community have repeatedly demonstrated their eagerness to join together to help those in need.

Smith and Queen’s Law launch AI-powered legal tools

Kingston, Ont. – As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, millions of Canadians are out of work and facing uncertainty about returning. These circumstances can put workers, particularly those in ‘gig economy’ jobs, in situations where their legal rights are unclear. MyOpenCourt, a project of the Conflict Analytics Lab – a partnership led by Queen’s Faculty of Law and Smith School of Business – will now help these workers understand their rights – and options.

Smith’s Executive Education ranked top 30 in the world by Financial Times

Kingston, Ont. – The Financial Times has ranked Queen’s Executive Education open enrollment programs from Smith School of Business at Queen’s University among the top 30 in the world in its latest ranking of executive education.

Julian Barling receives top research-related honour from Queen’s University

Kingston, Ont. – Julian Barling, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Borden Chair of Leadership at Smith School of Business, can now add another title to his name: Stephen Gyimah Distinguished University Professor. Barling was named alongside five colleagues from Queen’s University as this year’s recipients of the Distinguished University Professor designation, the university’s highest research-related honour.

Publications

Year in Review

2018/2019 Year in Review

Year in Review highlights Smith accomplishments of the past year. In this newly revised edition, we focus on the school’s efforts around entrepreneurship and innovation, social impact, and analytics and artificial intelligence. We also highlight Smith’s growing global reach, business research excellence, and how today’s students benefit through alumni support.

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Smith Magazine

The magazine for alumni and friends of Smith School of Business is published twice a year. It features school news, in-depth stories, profiles of fascinating graduates and faculty, as well as updates from alumni from around the world.

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AACSB Accreditation

Smith School of Business has been accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the world's largest business school accreditation body.

equis accreditation

Smith School of Business achieved unconditional EQUIS accreditation in 2006 and is a member of EFMD – the European Foundation for Management Development.

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