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  • Check out the Brand Innovation Conference 2015 Experience


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  • National Diversification Role discussed at UWI-ALJGSB release of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report 2014 for T&T

    Creating a stronger link between entrepreneurship and national diversification and the importance of exploring new financing methods for entrepreneurs were the major recommendations put forward at the UWI-Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business (UWI-ALJGSB) event to release of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) on Thursday 12th November, 2015 at the school’s Mt. Hope Campus.

  • Kisserup and UWI-ALJGSB join forces to promote trade between the Caribbean, Canada and the EU

    Kisserup International Trade Roots (Kisserup) and the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, The University of The West Indies, St. Augustine (UWI-ALJGSB) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together to jointly develop a framework for trade training, trade mission training, and workshop development in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • UWI-ALJGSB wins top awards at ACTT QuiTE Awards Ceremony 2015

    The UWI-Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business has once again captured several of the major awards at the annual Quality in Tertiary Education (QuiTE) Awards from the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT).

    As ACTT observed its 8th Annual Quality Assurance Month in October, the accreditation body hosted the Awards Ceremony on Thursday 29th October, 2015. The awards are granted to those institutions who demonstrate excellence in the teaching and delivery, quality management systems and student support aspects of tertiary education. This year the UWI-ALJGSB, in its continuous pursuit of quality tertiary education, submitted applications in 5 categories and received awards in all 5 of them. The coveted prizes were awarded to the School in the following areas:

  • Congratulations to Faculty Member Dr. Zaffar Khan on winning the Energy Professional Development Award for the Latin America Region from the Association of Energy Engineers.

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Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business

ALJGSB-Brochure-June-2013-WebWe have been the premiere graduate school of business in Trinidad and Tobago for more that 20 years, and now, we adopt a new challenge: to become the premiere business education institution of the world. To this end, we are aggressively pursuing the goal to become the first Caribbean educational institution to hold the 'triple crown' of business school accreditation. 

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Alumni Testimonials

  • Sherrard"The EMBA program provided me with the practical application of theory, changed my business outlook and structured my thinking process. It helped me to develop the right managerial tools to identify problems, analyze situations and formulate appropriate strategies for problem solving. The program gave me the necessary education and confidence for my current career challenge of managing an entire company."

    Mr. Sherrard Spiers
    EMBA, 2002
    Managing Director
    Power Up Rental Equipment, LLC
    Port of Spain, Trinidad

  • Gizel-Thomas-Roberts"The most challenging two years of my life, but the most rewarding. The Lok Jack experience allows for exponential increases in self-confidence and self-assertion and contributes to shaping a well-rounded individual. Lok Jack GSB... a place built by leaders for leaders... a must- have post-graduate experience."

    Gizel Thomas-Roberts
    IMBA 2006-2009
    Environmental Commission of Trinidad and Tobago

  • Rachel A Persad"Doing the IMBA at Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business was one of the best decisions that I made early in my life since it has positively impacted both my personal and professional development. To complete this programme required perseverance, fortitude, time management and the passion to thrive no matter what the circumstances. These are critical success factors that I have since adopted in all aspects of my life."

    Rachel A. Persad
    IMBA 2006

Latest Talks

  • Essay Submission 4: UWI-ALJGSB 25th Anniversary Competition

    The UWI-ALJGSB Impact Capacity Building and Development: Creating Excellence I once heard a religious leader explain the concept of excellence as “we all came from God; all things came from God, inc ...

    by Carlos Dieter
    Thursday, 28 August 2014
  • Why Wellness Matters

    Reducing unhealthy employee behaviours When we think of Human Resource Management (HRM) what usually comes to mind is placement of employees, salary negotiations, hiring, terminating, reward and reco ...

    by Carlos Dieter
    Saturday, 25 July 2015
  • Essay Submission 3: UWI-ALJGSB 25th Anniversary Competition

    “Mrs. Rhodes, thank you for your interest in our Executive Master of Business Administration. Do you have some time to chat about the programme?” Stacy Rhodes had no time. She had not had time for her ...

    by ALJGSB Administrator
    Thursday, 28 August 2014
  • Marketing Renewable Energy to the Younger Generation

    By: Lydia Lee Chong, MBA SEM Cohort 2 Student and Dr. Zaffar Khan, Programme Director, MBA SEM, Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, The University of the West Indies. There is a body of opin ...

    by Carlos Dieter
    Monday, 06 April 2015
  • The Strategic Planning EDGE

    By: Michelle Stephens The caution that the Caribbean has to increase its innovation, leverage ICT, explore new markets, exploit its comparative advantages, undertake research and plan to remain compe ...

    by Carlos Dieter
    Monday, 06 April 2015
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