In an effort to support the development of future business leaders, TMetal has collaborated with Smith School of Business to provide project opportunities to its MBA students. Together, by leveraging innovative technology and effective leadership, we can work toward a better world for everyone.
Smith School of Business at Queen’s University is a highly respected business school located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Smith offers a range of undergraduate, graduate, and executive-level business programs, including an MBA program that consistently ranks among the top in Canada and around the world. The MBA program is recognized for its focus on experiential learning, which provides students with the opportunity to apply classroom teachings to real-world business situations.
TMetal, which specializes in providing metal innovative solutions for businesses, will work with MBA students to develop projects that provide students with hands-on experience in a real-world business setting, allowing them to apply their knowledge and skills in practical ways.
“We are thrilled to work with Smith School of Business to provide project opportunities for MBA students. They are dedicated and hardworking – even travelling to China, Japan and Australia to meet with trading commissioners to help expand the overseas business” said Shawn Xu, General Manager of TMetal. “We believe that the students at Smith are some of the brightest and most talented in the country, and we are excited to work with them to develop innovative solutions that benefit our business and the communities we serve.”
“We are delighted to work with TMetal who provide our MBA students with challenging project opportunities.” said Mitch Gudgeon, Director of Partnerships & Special Projects at Smith. “We are committed to providing our students with the tools and experiences they need to become successful business leaders, and this relationship is an excellent example of how we are working to achieve that goal.”
In addition to providing students with valuable experience, the project opportunities will also help them build their professional networks and gain exposure to different industries and business practices.