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Welcome to Smith School of Business at Queen s University

Welcome to Smith School of Business at Queen s University

The Queen’s Experience at Smith


Due to its strong reputation, Smith School of Business attracts top students from across Canada and around the world. The School maintains international exchange partnerships with over 100 respected business schools in 37 countries, and welcomes more than 300 international exchange students annually.

The Power
of Teams

Smith School of Business has been a pioneer in the important area of team-based learning, utilizing an approach that is far more sophisticated and integrated than that used at other business schools. Our students graduate better-prepared to lead and be productive members of today’s collaborative workforce.


We recognize that there is often no substitute to the learning imparted by hands-on experience. Our students put theories and best practices to the test through internships, new venture opportunities, and student-run businesses, including Canada’s first hedge fund run by MBA and graduate students.

Committed to
Student Success

Our dedication to student success extends well beyond the innovative classroom experience. Our comprehensive career support programs, coaching services, alumni networking events and life-long learning opportunities are all designed to help our students realize their goals and ambitions.

Learning Environment

Goodes Hall, the home of Smith School of Business, combines an exquisitely restored 45,000 square foot 120-year-old Victorian schoolhouse with 143,000 square feet of bold new design and structure. The building is named in honour of the family of Mel Goodes, a Commerce ’57 alumnus and former Chairman CEO of Warner-Lambert worldwide.

Goodes Commons in the new wing of Goodes Hall

  • MBA students in the Atrium of Goodes Hall

  • The west side of Goodes Hall in the spring

  • A state-of-the-art classroom in Goodes Hall

  • The on-site Starbucks off Goodes Commons

  • Smith School of Business Downtown Toronto location

  • Students enjoy the summer sun outside Goodes Hall

  • Queen s Commerce students in a Goodes Hall meeting room

  • A view of Lake Ontario from the Smith Toronto location

  • One-to-one coaching a hallmark of Smith School of Business

  • Goodes Hall in winter

  • Live and interactive videoconference classes across North America

  • Personal work stations in an MBA team room

  • The Donald Gordon Conference Centre home of Queen’s Executive Education

  • Accelerated MBA students at the Donald Gordon Conference Centre

  • Classroom at the Donald Gordon Conference Centre

  • Master of Management Analytics students in a Goodes Hall meeting room

    Faculty and Research

    Smith School of Business has a long and impressive record of innovative and high quality research. Our mission is to advance business and society through excellence in research, and to improve the practice of management and leadership.

    Leading-edge research and ideas have made Smith School of Business one of the world’s premier business schools. In May 2013, we launched Smith Business Insight to share our faculty’s ideas and research through white papers, articles and webinars with our larger community of stakeholders.

    The era of responsible investment and impact investment has arrived. What investors need to know to thrive in these new markets
    Wednesday, June 21, 2017 – 1:00pm

    Financial market regulators try to calibrate their level of transparency based on the state of the economy. That’s easier said than done

    Minimum income initiatives and child credits the first steps of a long leadership track

    News Blog More

    Kingston, ON – Smith School of Business at Queen’s University has joined forces with Great Place to Work® (GPTW), a global authority on building, sustaining, and recognizing high-trust, high-performing workplace cultures. With a focus on employee engagement, the Great Place to Work® program examines how high-trust cultures lead to high performance in organizations. Through its Centre for Business Venturing, Smith will help Canadian small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) succeed as great workplaces through the GPTW program.

    Toronto, ON – Smith School of Business unveiled a new cognitive computing centre at its downtown Toronto campus today. The new IBM Canada | Smith Cognitive Computing Centre, the first of its kind at a business school in Canada, is a collaborative space that will provide an exclusive artificial intelligence demonstration experience for IBM clients and enhanced access to cognitive computing solutions for Smith students and faculty.

    Kingston, ON — March 14, 2017 Smith School of Business at Queen’s University and Reticle Ventures Canada Incorporated (Reticle) have launched a new initiative aimed at developing high-performance team and resiliency skills for Queen’s MBA students.

    Kingston, ON — March 2, 2017 Five students and recent graduates are launching new businesses with support from Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing (QCBV). Its Dare to Dream (D2D) internship program provides critical resources to help students and new alumni turn their entrepreneurial dreams into reality. Thanks to financial support from several alumni and corporate donors, each intern is provided up to $15,000 in funding, office space and access to mentoring to help get their new ventures up and running.


    Smith Magazine

    The magazine for alumni and friends of Smith School of Business is published twice a year. It features school news, in-depth stories, profiles of fascinating graduates and faculty, as well as updates from alumni from around the world.

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