MBA Student

Experiential Learning

Using advanced education and collaboration, the Odette MBA integrates real-world corporate projects and personalized instructions. 

Through the Advanced Program for Experiential Consulting (APEX), Corporate Mandates, and working with external organizations in coursework, students work on real business challenges alongside the leaders of prominent corporate partners such as:

  • Ontario Securities Commission
  • Windsor Family Credit Union
  • Stellantis
  • Windsor Regional Hospital 
  • Saint John Sea Dogs
  • City of Windsor
  • OSC (Ontario Securities Commission)
  • BDC and many others!

 

Advanced Program for Experiential Consulting (APEX) 

APEX is an exclusive and integrated offering to the Odette MBA, allowing students the opportunity to develop skills and demonstrate abilities by providing real solutions to real clients in the real world. MBA student teams are paired with corporate partners to consult on challenges the partner is experiencing, providing students exposure to new industries, corporate contacts, and experiential learning.  

 


APEX Corporate Partner Benefit

The Odette MBA APEX program provides the corporate partner with the invaluable resources of an MBA team dedicated to their business needs. Corporate partner executives and their companies receive valuable information and contributions from the student consulting teams. Corporate partners are consistently engaged with their student teams and they assess, evaluate, and provide feedback on each student’s leadership talent, execution skills and other core competencies. In addition, APEX corporate partners have the opportunity to participate in classroom discussions, observe the students in action, and identify Odette MBA student talent for their organizations.

 

If you are a potential APEX Corporate Partner and would like more information on the program for your organization, please contact:

Dr. Kent Walker
MBA Program Director
kentwalk@uwindsor.ca

 


"After finishing my MBA, I was able to utilize the skills I learned in the classroom in my current job. Courses like project management allowed me to organize and ensure my current projects have an attainable action plan and stay within the scope of work.

During my MBA, I had the opportunity to work on a corporate level project that touched on all aspects of the business. Now, after my MBA, when given a project or task by my manager, I am able to consider all the tasks that come along with this project from all the portfolio my organization offers."

Ronak Doowd, MBA ‘22
Events and Curriculum Specialist at Build a Dream