Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management
All applications to this program require submission of the following information and supporting documents before your file can be assessed for admission:
In order to apply online, you will be required to create a log-in account using your email address. You will be required to list all credit courses and/or programs you have completed or are currently enrolled in. An application fee will be required. If your application fee(s) are being paid for by a sponsoring organization, please contact Student Accounts. Once submitted, you may check the status of your application at any time.
Applicants are responsible for arranging for the submission of official transcripts from ALL post-secondary (higher education) institutions currently or previously attended, for all credit courses and/or programs. Transcripts are not required for non-credit programs or courses, though some programs may require proof of professional certifications or designations.
Transcripts are considered official only if submitted directly by the Registrar or other recognized authority of the providing institution in the institution's original, sealed envelope. If the envelope has been opened, the transcripts are no longer official and new (official) transcripts will be required to complete your application.
All international transcripts or credentials are subject to an international transcript and/or credential evaluation.
Statement of Intent
Applicants must prepare a Statement of Intent that speaks to the following questions:
- What influenced your decision to apply to Royal Roads University, and specifically this program?
- Why is do you think the Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management is the right program for you?
- What do you hope to gain from and contribute to the program?
- What are your goals and ambitions beyond the program?
If there is any other information that you feel might be of interest or relevance to your application, please include it in the Statement of Intent.
Letters of Reference
Typically, applicants will provide one professional letter and one academic or community service letter. For those unable to provide an academic reference, two professional references are suitable. Purely personal references will not be accepted.
Letters should confirm suitable candidacy for the program and be emailed directly by the author to the Admissions office. For example, writers should speak to why s/he believes you will succeed in the program (and why) and that s/he believes the program will benefit you (and why). The context in which the writer has come to know you should also be mentioned. There is no set standard for formatting, length or level of detail.
Detailed Resume (Chronological)
- Education: List all post-secondary education, degrees, diplomas, and certificates you have achieved as well as non-credit education you have received.
- Work Experience: Include the position title, name of the organization, length of service (including hours per week worked/performed), and a description of your role, responsibilities and accomplishments. Entrepreneurial and professional athletic pursuits can be included here.
- Voluntary / Unpaid Work Experience: List and describe any voluntary/unpaid employment and/or community service experience. Include the name of the organization, length of service, and a description of your role, responsibilities and accomplishments/contributions.
- Professional Memberships and Affiliations: List professional and quasi-professional memberships and affiliations you hold/have held.
- Other Relevant Information: Provide any other information which you believe is relevant to your application and will be of assistance in assessing your application.
- Applicants declaring permanent resident or Convention Refugee status in Canada, must submit a copy of their Permanent Resident Card (PR card) along with their application.
- Transcript evaluation fee or credential evaluation report, if submitting international transcripts.
- An official English Language Proficiency score report or other evidence of proficiency if English is not your primary language.
- Other information or documents as may be requested to determine your eligibility.
For information on how and where to send your supporting documents, please refer to the document submission guidelines.