Interested in studying Governance and Entrepreneurship in Northern and Indigenous Areas?
Connect with us via Zoom on Wednesday December 11th, to hear from our faculty and student advisors about the flexible delivery options and application process.
The Master of Governance and Entrepreneurship in Northern and Indigenous Areas (GENI) program is designed to prepare students in northern and Indigenous regions with the necessary knowledge, tools and management experience to support and lead their communities. Through this program, students strengthen their knowledge and understanding of governance, consultation, and entrepreneurship.
Jointly delivered by the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy and the UiT The Arctic University of Norway, this online program features two fields schools to Northern Saskatchewan and Norway, and provides students with an opportunity to study with others from around the world.
DID YOU KNOW?: The GENI program is endorsed by UArctic, an international cooperative network with an interest in promoting education and research in the Arctic region.
To attend the webinar, please register by email firstname.lastname@example.org