Accounting Orientation 2020
Open to all firms committed to accounting skills development and recruitment!
Accredited by the CPA, CFA, and ACCA, U of T Scarborough accounting programs continue to push the boundaries of what it means to be a financial professional.
Join us on October 14, 2020 to learn more about our innovative curricula and meet the U of T students currently seeking co-op, internship, and full-time opportunities globally.
Connect your employment brand with 200+ U of T Scarborough BBA students preparing for an accounting career.
Meet with candidates in small groups to share advice and/or industry knowledge.
Host an info session about your firm and/or network with students face to face!
Capacity is limited. Employers RSVP today.
Bridging the Gap: Exploring Potential Links Between Academia and the Medical Cannabis Industry
On October 13, 2020, U of T Scarborough Management is bringing together leading experts in academia and business to explore some of the most pressing issues facing the cannabis industry. Despite people using cannabis for centuries, there is limited scientific research exploring its benefits. This is not surprising, considering its status as an illegal substance in some jurisdictions. With recent legalization and industry growth, there is a clear need to advance the study of cannabis and how it can be used to help society. The aim of this conference is to bridge academia and business in order to create new synergistic linkages to accelerate knowledge development and mobilization in this domain.
U of T Scarborough Management would like to thank Hellenic Pharma and Deloitte for their contribution in organizing this conference.
The Business Response to COVID-19: ACCA & U of T Scarborough Panel
On October 7, join the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the University of Toronto Scarborough for a special panel presentation exploring the business impacts organizations are facing as a result of the pandemic, and the activities and strategies they are adopting in response.
Discussion topics include:
Planning the path to recovery in uncertain times
Hard-hit industries and challenges for the Canadian economy
The role of digital in business recovery
Future skills and employability
The future of work
This event is open to U of T students and industry partners.