2-year Business Diploma program is now accredited by CIM


The National Committee for Management Accreditation (NCMA) recognised that the Georgian@ILAC program provides the core elements of management education, necessary to prepare graduates for management roles.

As a result, students in the BUSN program will now qualify for the “Certified in Management” designation upon graduation and completion of the Management Aptitude Evaluation (MAE). When combined with four years of professional-level management experience, students will meet the requirements for the Chartered Manager (C.Mgr) designation.

Successful candidates may also choose to obtain designations under reciprocal arrangements with the Institute of Certified Professional Managers in the US, and the UK Chartered Management Institute.

Dr. Chris Anstead, Dean of GILAC commented “We are very happy to see this recognition from CIM | Chartered Managers Canada.  The NCMA clearly felt that our program produces graduates who are qualified for exciting roles in any organization. We are proud to be recognized by an association with such a long history of dedication to the management profession.”

Certification also provides other benefits.  Georgian@ILAC students will be able to take advantage of free student Associate Membership to explore the many benefits that the association provides.

Dr. Matthew Jelavic, CEO of CIM | Chartered Managers Canada explained that “Associate Membership allows students to join a close-knit but open community of engaged individuals.  In addition to a wide variety of member benefits, students will be introduced to the Canadian and global networks of management professionals.”

About CIM

Founded in 1942, CIM | Chartered Managers Canada is the leading professional association in support of Canada’s Chartered Managers through certification, accreditation and professional development.  As the voice of Canada’s Chartered Managers, it provides leadership on issues affecting the management profession in Canada, increasing awareness of management as a profession.

As a chartered not-for-profit organization, the CIM operates through a Head Office and 14 Chapters across Canada, and has provided management development and certification to over 80,000 managers since its founding.

About Georgian@ILAC

The Georgian@ILAC experience allows students to receive a full Georgian academic credential and is geared towards those who want the experience of a campus in downtown Toronto. ILAC welcomes students from more than 95+ countries, making it one of the world’s most diverse schools. 

Georgian is MORE than an education – it’s an experience. A recognized leader in co-operative education, we have one of the highest graduate employment rates among Ontario colleges. We’re the first – and only – college in Canada designated a changemaker college by Ashoka U for our role as a leader in social innovation and changemaking in higher education.

ILAC (The International Language Academy of Canada) is one of the biggest and most awarded English language schools in Canada, with six boutique campuses located across Toronto and Vancouver. Approximately 20,000 students representing 100+ different nationalities study at ILAC every year. Established in 1997, ILAC is a pioneer in Canadian university and college pathway programs and home to one of the largest IELTS testing centers in the world.

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