Welcome to the Ivey Business School at Western University, Canada’s leading provider of real-world, innovative business education. Drawing on extensive research and business experience, Ivey faculty provide the best classroom experience, equipping students, through Case-Method Learning, with the skills and capabilities they need to tackle today's leadership challenges. Beyond the classroom, Ivey students gain a global perspective on business issues, through international study trips, exchanges and practicums. Ivey offers its renowned undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as Executive Education, at campuses in London (Ontario), Toronto and Hong Kong.

In the News

September 19, 2017

Canada needs to facilitate healthy eating

A new blog from the Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation calls on Canada to facilitate healthy eating.

September 19, 2017

Global GDP growth drives continuing demand for fossil fuels

Michael Greenstone, an American expert in economics and energy policy, was the keynote speaker at an event in Calgary called the Global Energy Challenge: What is the Future of Fossil Fuels?, presented by the Ivey Business School and the Haskayne School of Business

September 19, 2017

Teaming up to accelerate sustainability-focused innovation in Canada's oil sands

Research collaboration with Canadian universities, Alberta Innovates, Natural Resources Canada and Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance will build on ‘made in Canada’ innovation model

September 08, 2017

What’s driving Bitcoin to record highs?

Associate Professor J. P. Vergne explains Bitcoin's record high.

September 08, 2017

Canadian cities bid for Amazon headquarters

Amazon has sparked a flurry of activity among Canadian cities with the announcement that it is seeking a second so-called headquarters, a massive complex that the giant online retailer says comes with up to 50,000 jobs. But Canadian bidders face sizable challenges, says Ivey's Davin Raiha.

September 07, 2017

Tough times

Two papers, both published in 2017 and co-written by Professor Paul Beamish, HBA ’76, PhD ’84, focus on doing business in difficult markets – whether it is in the poorest countries in the world, or in places of war and conflict.