About the Programme

Challenge your creativity, develop your entrepreneurial spirit and be a part of a community of global thinkers and leaders.

The Bachelor of International and Sustainable Business (BISB) will prepare you to become a high-growth, innovative entrepreneur and/or leader with a focus on international business development and new value creation.

The BISB will develop in you an entrepreneurial, global and sustainable mindset.

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Academic Faculty who have done extensive research in business education internationally. Practitioners and Adjunct Faculty who have lead organizations and are experts in their field. Faculty who facilitate learning and ensure you have grasp concepts for each area of business and are able to implement that knowledge and skills for impactful results.

Dr. Kamla Mungal

Dr. Kamla Mungal is the Director of Academic Development and Accreditation and the Director of the Leadership Institute at the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business. Dr. Mungal is also the Programme Director for the BISB. She is currently a  lecturer for Organizational Behaviour and Development. Previously, she has taught at the UWI, School of Education and the Mount Saint Vincent University in Canada.  Her specializations include curriculum design, development and implementation, leadership and leadership of educational organizations.  She was the Programme Co-coordinator for the TTUTA/Mount Saint Vincent Master of Education programme from 2001-2006.

Dr. Mungal obtained her Doctorate in Business Administration from Aston University. She completed her B.Ed. (Honors) and Master of Education at UWI and holds an Executive MBA (Distinction) degree from the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business.   Her research area is the governance of cross-sectoral initiatives including public-private partnerships and her thesis focuses on understanding how they work in strategic networks.

Mr. Gill

Mr. Gill is a member of the adjunct faculty at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business (GSB) and is a practicum advisor in the areas of strategic planning and development as well as marketing. Though he lectures and facilitates programmes in strategic management and business development, his substantive post is as a lecturer in Strategic Planning, Strategic Management and Business Development Analysis. He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from The University of The West Indies and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from Maastricht School of Management (MSM) in The Netherlands.

Mr. Gill has a served as a senior executive responsible for developing local, regional and international markets for some twenty years. Most recently, he has been engaged in developing markets such as Jamaica and other CARICOM economies including Belize, Guyana and Suriname. In Central America, he has done extensive work in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and El Salvador.  From an entrepreneurship perspective, he has worked with several small and medium sized enterprises to assist them in conducting market assessments, implementing strategic initiatives, analyzing appropriate distribution networks and bringing relevant products to market.

Dr. Ferdinand

Dr. Ferdinand is a senator with the New Democratic Party (NDP) in St. Vincent and the Grenadines as well as a business consultant, lecturer and author. He lectures in Corporate Turnaround, Strategic Management, Multinational Strategy, and the Global Strategy and Innovation courses in the Masters in Business Administration (IMBA) programmes at the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business. He also taught Strategic Planning in the Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA) programme at the Cave Hill School of Business (UWI, Barbados) and conducted the Strategy Dynamics course in the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) programmes at both business schools.

Dr. Ferdinand received initial training in education before embarking on a career in business management. He has a teachers’ training certificate from the University of the West Indies, a Diploma in Special Education from the University of Birmingham in England, and a certificate in Residential Social Work from the Glasspole Child Care Training Centre in Jamaica. He obtained his Masters in Business Administration (Distinction) from the University of the West Indies and a Doctorate in Business Administration from the University of Bradford (England).

Lead Faculty

Lead faculty responsible for the elective course are as follows:

  • Dr. Balraj Kistow              –  Disruptive Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Dr. Jacqueline Bridge       –  Technology and Operations Management
  • Dr. Joseph Khan               –  Strategy and Project Execution

Benefits and Learning Outcomes of the BISB

During your four  (4) year journey in this programme, you would have:

  1. Develop into a holistic individual with a strong ethical and moral foundation by interconnecting the “being”, the “knowing”, the “thinking” and the “doing”
  2. A comprehensive understanding of the emerging world of business as well as gaining the competencies to operate with self-confidence as an entrepreneur (business owner) and/or intrapreneur (in the corporate world)
  3. Develop practical approaches to address real problems and challenges and/or opportunities in business and society and create solutions for them
  4. Practical and dynamic teaching and learning methodologies that facilitates learning through action via case studies analysis, simulations, role play, gamification, group projects to mention to a few
  5. Develop the necessary personal and professional skills such as team-work, critical thinking, public speaking, presentation and pitching, cultural sensitivity that are critical for a successful career in business
  6. The opportunity to choose one (1) out of the three (3) elective areas:
  7. Technology and Operations Management
  8. Strategy and Project Execution
  9. Disruptive Innovation and Entrepreneurship

While there are clear entrepreneurial intentions and present career options for graduates, the learning process opens a range of opportunities still to be explored.­

About the Programme

Programme Structure & Courses: (infographic as in brochure with SEO)

  • 4 years programme
  • 24 core courses
  • 3 electives (8 courses per specialized area)
  • Workshops
  • Summer Internship (year 2)
  • Capstone Innovation Project (year 4)
  • The academic year consists of two (2) semesters and Summer Classes:
  • 1st SEMESTER   (August – December)
  • 2nd SEMESTER  (January – April)
  • SUMMER            (May – July)

Programme Schematic:

1. Society, Culture and the Environment
2. Mathematics for Business
3. Principles and Functions of Management
4. Academic English and Research
Spanish Workshop I

1. Science, Medicine, and Technology in Society
2. Law, Governance, Economy, and Society
3. Basic Statistics
4. Business History
5. Organizational Behaviour
Spanish Workshop II

Delivering Impactful Presentations
Bizbooster Venture

1. Self-Awareness and Leadership
2. Entrepreneurship and New Venture Formation
3. Financial Accounting and Performance Dashboard
4. Microeconomics and Sustainability
5. Managerial Accounting
Spanish III
Research Methods

1. Introduction to Management Information Systems
2. International Trade and Caribbean Business
3. Marketing Principles
4. Macroeconomics and Sustainability Challenges
5. Management for Sustainability: Tools and Frameworks
Spanish IV
Research Methods II

Etiquette in Engagement with Firms
Summer Internship

1. Strategy and Innovation
2. Mastering the Sales Process
3. Applied Statistics for Business and Analytics
4. Essentials of Project Management
5. Financial Management and Financial Technologies
Spanish V
Systems Dynamics

Specialized Courses (5)
1. Technology and Operations Management
2. Strategy and Project Execution
3. Disruptive Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Spanish VI

Specialized Courses (3)
1. Technology and Operations Management
2. Strategy and Project Execution
3. Disruptive Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Capstone Practicum
Spanish V

Capstone Practicum continued
Professional credentials
1. TQM: ASQ – Certified Quality Improvement Associate Certification
2. SPE: PMI – Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
3. DIE – Design of International New Ventures
Spanish VIII

Electives will be done based on the minimum number of 10 students. With the permission of the School, students may be allowed to substitute up to two (2) courses in their specialization with relevant courses available at the St. Augustine campus or from alternate specializations within the programme.

Student Life and Learning Experience

Experiential Knowledge

Practical and dynamic teaching methodologies such as case study analysis, simulations, gamification and group projects.

Local and International Faculty

Academic Faculty who have done extensive research in business education internationally

Practitioners and Adjunct Faculty who have lead organizations and are experts in their field

Faculty who facilitate learning and ensure you have grasp concepts for each area of business and are able to implement that knowledge and skills for impactful results.

A thriving Business Ecosystem

A thriving Business Ecosystem, which provides a transformational experience that will enrich your journey and serve you beyond your tenure here with us.

  • Global Highered Job and Career Portal
  • Networking opportunities
  • Mentorship opportunities with prominent Alumni
  • Bizbooster Business Incubator
  • International Study Trip

UWI-Lok Jack GSB community with more than 3,000 alumni

State of the Art Facilities conducive for learning and collaboration

  • State of the art classrooms, that promotes learning sharing and collaboration
  • Safe and Ample Car Park
  • Cafeteria
  • Outdoor areas

UWI´s Facilities

As a UWI- ALJGSB student you will have access to UWI´s Facilities,  Amenities and social activities happening at UWI’s St. Augustine Campus

Shuttle Service to and from Bus Route and to and from UWI St. Augustine

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Benefits of The Lok Jack GSB

When seeking a tertiary education institution to further your studies, there are factors that must be well-thought-out for your benefit. The Lok Jack GSB considers a student’s success and offers services that gives a student a holistic education experience:

Institutional accreditation

The Lok Jack GSB is institutionally accredited by the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT) which signifies the quality and standard of our academic programmes, teaching methodology and student support. In 2017, the institution won the ACTT QuiTE top award for Teaching and Learning.

International alliances

The Lok Jack GSB has over the years forged a series of strategic partnerships with various international institutions and organizations for the benefit our students. Some of these include: Florida International University, George Washington University, Harvard Business School, Indian Institute of Management, Energy Institute, Shipping Association of Trinidad and Tobago, European Foundation for Management Development and HigherEd.

Study trips

Students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to travel every year to a different country to learn about their culture and business practices that made them successful. Over the years, the Lok Jack GSB has been to Brazil, Panama, Chile, and Silicon Valley, now looking forward to 2018 study trip.


The Lok Jack GSB facilities is always complimented by students and visitors to the institution.  The classrooms are fitted with the latest technology and comfortable seating whether lecture or group styled. It is conducive to learning with our Zen areas to the side of the main campus where students can relax. The Republic Bank library is excellent for finding articles, journals, materials and books required for reading and research. The cafeteria accommodates meals on a daily basis with air conditioned indoor dining or the outside patio with beautiful green scenery and flowing water.

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