Student Information for FALL 2022 – IMPORTANT UPDATES

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Chief Cadmus Delorme

Bachelor of Business Administration and Certificate in Hospitality, Tourism and Gaming Entertainment Management
Class of 2013
First Nations University of Canada has provided me the tools and confidence to help the healing journey of many of Cowessess First Nation citizens as well maneuver a governance structure based on Nation Building governance. When at First Nations University of Canada, you become apart of a family that believes in Indigenous world ideology and this foundation is in high demand in Canada and beyond.
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  • Registration open!
    Building Research Relationships with Indigenous Communities (BRRIC) course aims to reshape and redefine the research relationship so that it is reciprocal and beneficial to all involved parties.

    Follow link for more information:
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  • 🧡Let's start Truth and Reconciliation week in a good way; register below for a FREE exclusive tutorial to the National Centre for Collaboration in Indigenous Education (@nccie) website

    To register:
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    3 days ago
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    Today is the last day to register for the First Nations University's Project Management Essentials for Indigenous Communities course!

    See below for Fall 2022 registration and more information:
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