UNB加拿大紐布朗維克大學

北美紐布朗維克大學 MBA課程招生

北美紐布朗維克大學(簡稱UNB)在台正式校方單位-中碩知識管理,教授的MBA管理課程,是針對企業管理營運策略,而科技工程資訊則是研發實務相關課程,強調經理人應具備的財務技能、企業組織模式,並以電子商務和工程資訊為導向。UNB的課程適合想轉行資訊工程或半導體領域技術業者、工程師及中階主管、資深高階經理人、面臨財務、產業資訊、管理等難題的中小企業主,以及家族企業接班人等5大族群。

(工商時報)

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吸引世界人才加入MBA-EM課程 加拿大紐布朗維克大學

(中央社訊息服務20161206 16:46:11)加拿大的工商管理碩士課程不但吸引美國人,也吸引來自世界各地人士。無論是在多倫多的約克大學Schulich商學院,弗雷德理克頓的國立紐布朗維克大學(University Of New Brunswick)以及溫哥華島大學(Vancouver Island University),國際人士已經佔了攻讀工商管理碩士學位的多數,MBA學位申請中73%都是申請加拿大的學校。

加拿大的大學多為公立大學,只有27所大學有MBA課程。而紐布朗維克大學(UNB)更是美國NASA指定合作的學校,這所在加拿大最古老的大學,建校至今已超過兩百年歷史,全球排名始終維持在TOP5%,2015年加拿大綜合大學排名已經連續四年維持Top4, 根據加拿大UNB的校友Ben Coles(目前在RJ Bartlett Engineering Ltd擔任Project Coordinator and Financial Manage)指出:儘管已經取得一個北美碩士學位,卻依然選擇UNB的MBA-EM課程,MBA學位都一樣,但選擇課程內容才是最重要的。因為MBA的最大附加價值是MBA是世界公認的「高等」認證,同時收入會比其他學位多12%的薪資。每個月多10%,一年就多120%。

最熱門的大數據時代的來臨,新商業型態進入業界,強調著MBA通才的培養仍然持續發燒,新興市場的成長,帶動需求趨勢重新矚目工業工程管理,UNB的MBA Major in Engineering Management,強調實務經驗與技術應用,找到實際解決企業問題的方法,校本部教授親自來台以英語授課,全程有中文同步口譯,用最實惠的學費享受高質量的教育,課程著重全球個案討論和經驗相授,免出國,免托福成績,免寫論文,取得企業管理結合工業工程管理碩士,獨一無二。

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當企管遇上工管 工業4.0時代的必備思維

2016/11/07-魏于寧

當上個世紀最熱門的企業管理,遇上本世紀最搶手的工程管理,這現象合理的解釋了工業4.0時代到來!

根據科技政策研究與資訊中心的報導,掀起工業4.0原因,主要為了解全球面臨四大難題:解決勞動力減少、物料成本上漲、產品與服務生命週期縮短、因應各種需求變化。如何更有效率的智能生產、怎麼進行連結和優化以增進企業競爭力與獲利,是其最主要的精神。於是,當企業無法改變,將會面臨市場嚴峻的挑戰。

工業4.0以前,公司需要企業管理人才來制定整體戰略地位、市場分析、行銷策略、人資管理、及財務管理;但進入工業4.0以後,必須再優化公司內部的運營系統,生產與服務的計劃與控制、品質管制、資訊化技術、工作標準建立、供應鏈管理等都需要進一步提升。

曾有人用汽車和駕駛比喻工程管理和企業管理:前者確保汽車有足夠的性能和效率可以良好的運作;後者正確的駕駛汽車並開往對的方向!也就是說,我們不但要有對的駕駛,現階段也需要將我們的汽車進階為智能車,並且讓駕駛與智能車能夠完美的互相配合!

因此,企業管理結合工程管理對於企業來說,將是面對工業4.0革命的其一解決方法和必備的思維。加拿大紐布朗維克大學為加拿大第一所提供結合企業管理與工程管理課程的學校,其MBA課程在台灣也有開設授課!

根據紐布朗維克大學在台中心表示,此MBA在台專班的課程設計,分為五大群:管理策略、管理工具、工程科技、發展與應用、整合與分析,共17門課,主題涵蓋了企業對內的管理和對外的控制,目的在培育出懂技術又會管理的全方位思考T型人才,以適應社會變遷的需求。美國工業工程學會的調查顯示,70%的工程師在40歲以後都要承擔工程管理的工作,若缺乏現代化管理知識恐怕難以應付未來市場所遇難題;企業儲備人才也應更全面的考量,能夠實際解決問題的管理人員才能從內而外改善公司體質,面對工業4.0時代的挑戰。

加拿大紐布朗維克大學即將在台灣舉辦企業管理工程碩士課程說明會,並邀請業界專家學者來分享,如何做好準備迎接工業4.0的挑戰!活動資訊請上網查詢。

DIGITIMES中文網 原文網址: 當企管遇上工管 工業4.0時代的必備思維 http://www.digitimes.com.tw/tw/dt/n/shwnws.asp?cnlid=13&cat=20&id=0000485216_WKM1OCV12PRE6C56J0A14&ct=1#ixzz4PwlQ781c

NASA指定合作 國際頂尖大學UNB來台授課

2016/09/22-魏于寧

加拿大紐布朗維克大學在2016年被「Center for World University Rankings」評為世界前4%的知名大學。

想為NASA工作?加拿大紐布朗維克大學(University of New Brunswick;UNB)與NASA和多國太空機構都有合作,讓UNB學生有機會跟經驗豐富的專業人員一起工作,參與太空衛星數據分析;覺得Google的高畫質衛星圖像技術超厲害?這要歸功於UNB所研發之高階圖像融合技術,這項處於世界領先地位的技術讓Google不得不採用。

這所加拿大最古老的大學,自1785年建校至今,仍然跟上時代潮流,甚至領先世界。

電子商務引領風潮的時代,UNB是最早開設加拿大第一個電子商務管理學士課程的大學;UNB獨特的實務導向課程設計、強調應用知識解決問題和著重創業精神的特點,也讓UNB被評為「加拿大最具創業精神的大學」。豐富和優質的教育資源,使得該校取得世界前4%的頂尖排名。

如今,我們將有機會在台灣親身體驗這所知名大學所提供的學位課程。2016年,UNB企管工程碩士課程將於台灣開課,採用與UNB校本部完全相同的課程內容與學習方式,50%由UNB校本部教授講授,50%由台灣知名公私立大學教授講授。台灣學生不僅能獲得豐富而多元化的國外經驗,更可以提升英文水準與國際觀,最重要的是,這樣一個國際級全英文MBA課程,卻不需要花費動輒幾百萬的學費和出國成本。

企管工程碩士課程,結合20世紀最熱門的企業管理和21世紀最搶手的工程管理,使得企業可以有效控管內部核心工作,並優化外部環境掌握管理。在西方工業發達國家,企管工程幾乎取代了大部分的傳統管理工作,而在美國約有42%的企業CEO就讀該相關科系。近年企業用人,更加需要能夠實際解決問題的管理人員,懂工程又懂管理的務實管理人才,才能夠由內而外改善體質、提升公司競爭力。

進入工業4.0的時代,只會一個專業已經無法應付業界的需求,終生學習、在職教育成為培養企業管理人員的主要方式,UNB企管工程碩士課程將為台灣人才提供在職進修的優良選擇。

DIGITIMES中文網 原文網址: NASA指定合作 國際頂尖大學UNB來台授課http://www.digitimes.com.tw/tw/dt/n/shwnws.asp?id=0000481348_SAD2A65Y59CMT77BH5QDQ&ct=1#ixzz4L3Pgw9wZ

工業4.0 vs 教育4.0

2016/08/22-魏于寧

加拿大紐布朗維克大學,2016年推動台灣企業管理工程碩士課程。

工業4.0時代,在面對新的挑戰下,為滿足未來的人才需求,新式的人才教育必須因應而生,教育4.0正式來臨!

根據經建會統計資料,工商業界對高級工程管理的人才需求日益增加,尤其台灣經濟實力仰賴製造業、科技業等,台灣企業將更需要結合工程與管理的人才。

有鑑於此,加拿大紐布朗維克大學(簡稱:UNB)於2016年在台推出企業管理工程碩士課程,為培育專業人才並解決市場供需的缺口。

UNB身為加拿大最古老的大學,卻極富創新動能,創立了許多第一:加拿大第一所提供電子商務管理學士、第一個擁有專門的創業與創新中心的電腦科學系、第一個Dermoskeletics領域研究中心開發可穿戴式機器人技術…並獲得NASA和Google青睞,使用該校所發明的技術並產學合作。

自1785年建校至今兩百多年歷史,獲得多項榮譽和成就,2013~2015年在「Maclean’s Magazine」所做加拿大大學排名蟬聯第四,2016年被「Center for World University Rankings」評為世界排名前4%的知名大學。

UNB商學院向來以重視管理創新能力和實務經驗學習著稱。全球化的今天,UNB商學院推出的台灣MBA工程管理課程真實展現了教育4.0的概念。與UNB校本部課程內容與學習方式相同的MBA課程,在台灣原貌呈現,50%由UNB校本部教授來台講授;50%由台灣知名大學教授講授。同時藉由在職進修的方式,幫助在職人士將課程學習與工作相結合,並為企業培育高階管理人才,進而增強公司體質、提升競爭力。

經建會的調查指出,工程管理是目前市場需求最大的科系之一,同時具有管理、工程、實務、語言、國際觀等能力的人才,晉升高階主管的機會最大。UNB的企業管理工程碩士正符合這樣的趨勢,透過中西方不同教授的經驗分享,結合個案分析和實務導向學習,並整合豐富的學習資源和人脈,可有效提升學員的專業能力,創造職場上的競爭優勢。

面對工業4.0時代隨之而來的挑戰,教育學習更需要進階升級4.0,符合潮流配合趨勢的UNB企業管理工程碩士課程,將提供現在與未來市場能夠解決問題的知識技能!詳細課程說明會將於9月3日舉辦,歡迎報名參加。欲獲得更多課程內容,請洽UNB台灣課務中心03-3314345 黃小姐

DIGITIMES中文網 原文網址: 工業4.0 vs 教育4.0 http://www.digitimes.com.tw/tw/dt/n/shwnws.asp?CnlID=13&id=0000478868_OJT7S8O57T3ECB7OQIMGF&ct=1#ixzz4Io9CmEez

UNB名列世界頂尖大學排名前4%

 UNB ranked among top universities in the world

The University of New Brunswick is among the top four per cent of degree-granting institutions of higher learning in the world, according to a newly released global ranking.

This year’s tally by the Center for World University Rankings, the largest academic ranking of global universities, places UNB at 882 among the more than 25,000 institutions eligible.

“For the University of New Brunswick to rank in the top 3.6 per cent worldwide is an outstanding achievement to be celebrated,” says Nadim Mahassen, president of the Center for World University Rankings.

The centre publishes the only global university ranking that measures the quality of education and training of students as well as the prestige of the faculty members and the quality of their research without relying on surveys and university data submissions.

“This is yet another point of pride for the University of New Brunswick. It speaks to the the world-class research and teaching that takes place here and underscores the commitment to excellence, the determination and incredible talent we see every day among our faculty, staff and students,” says Eddy Campbell, president of UNB.

In ranking the world’s top institutions of higher learning, the centre evaluates areas such as quality of the education provided, employment of alumni, quality of faculty, research citations and patents.

The rankings were released on Monday, July 11.

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UNB與NASA展開合作關係 提供為NASA工作機會

Research partner with NASA

Partnership with NASA and other space agencies opens doors for students

Want to work with NASA? Just come to UNB Fredericton.

Thanks to the groundbreaking research and expertise of faculty members, students have the chance to work directly with NASA analyzing research into the atmosphere.

“You get under the supervision of a couple of these people – they’ve been in the game so long and they know so many people. It’s opened a lot of doors,” said Ryan White, a graduate student at UNB.

White, who is from the United States, works primarily with data from satellites operated by the European Space Agency. In his three years at UNB, he has had the opportunity to publish papers, travel and collaborate with space agencies around the world, including NASA.

“There’s a lot of expertise here. Some of these professors are very well known around the world in their area of research. In the United States, you just don’t get that.”

NASA partnership thanks to former PhD student

Dr. Richard Langley, a professor with the department of geodesy and geomatics engineering at UNB, said the collaboration between UNB and NASA began with one of his former PhD students.

Attila Komjathy joined NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, Calif., about 15 years ago. Komjathy expressed an interest in having a stronger relationship with UNB, and eventually became an adjunct professor within the geodesy and geomatics engineering department.

“One of the projects that we are working on together is analysis of data from my project on the CASSIOPE satellite,” said Langley.

“I didn’t have man power or funding to do as much of the work as we would like to do with the data that was coming down, and so I asked Attila if he would be interested.”

UNB research on Canadian satellites

The Canadian satellite CASSIOPE features an instrument called GPS Attitude, Positioning, and Profiling, which was designed at UNB. The team collects data from the tool’s five GPS receivers to accurately position the satellite and to study irregularities in the ionosphere.

The weather in space can affect life on earth, specifically radio communications and satellite signals, Langley said – and monitoring this data could eventually be used as a tsunami early warning system.

“One of the more interesting things that we can do is look at how the electrons get moved around by earthquakes and tsunamis and big explosions on the ground. The energy that’s released in those events actually propagates up through the bottom part of the atmosphere, all the way up to the ionosphere, and jiggles around the electrons.”

Even when the tsunami is mid-ocean, the ionosphere is being affected. Although the tsunami wave would be small at that point, it would be spread over a large mass of water, pumping energy into the atmosphere.

“We can actually follow the tsunami across the ocean. With advanced notice people can get to higher ground,” he said.

Opening doors for students

Langley said the chance to work with seasoned professionals is a huge draw for students – and the partnership has been beneficial for both UNB and for NASA.

NASA management is proud of the collaboration with the university, Langley said, highlighting the activity as an important venture and presenting it at industry conferences.

And White will tell you, it’s an experience he never dreamed would come true.

“My co-supervisor, Attila, works for JPL, the NASA facility operated by Caltech. Just to have that sort of communication with him and know that at some point, at least if I prove myself, I could potentially have a job working with NASA, it’s really neat."

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UNB圖像融合技術被Google採用 提高衛星圖像品質

UNB technology used by Google

Professor’s world-leading image fusion technology used by Google

Google Earth’s high quality satellite images are thanks to technology that was developed right here at the University of New Brunswick.

Since UNB’s Dr. Yun Zhang created the PanSharp image fusion technology in 2001, the research and the university have remained on top of the field, with Google taking advantage of Zhang’s groundbreaking work.

“Google directly uses high-resolution satellite images produced by our image fusion technology to improve their products. After 15 years we remain the leader in this field thanks to PanSharp,” Zhang said.

The PanSharp technology works by fusing a low-resolution colour photo with a high-resolution black and white photo. The resulting image is a high-resolution colour photo, something Google requires for technology such as Google Earth.

UNB prof changes the field of image fusion technology

Zhang’s research into image fusion technology began during his PhD studies, but after teaching image fusing in one of his undergraduate courses, it became apparent just how much more work needed to be done in the field.

“The classroom fusion results were very bad. Originally, when I did my PhD, I thought the image fusion problem had been solved,” he said.

In 2000, Zhang joined UNB as a professor. By the following year, he was already making big changes in the field of image fusion technology.

“I dedicated my research to this area and developed a method which can combine images to produce a high-resolution colour image.”

The software, dubbed PanSharp, was so successful that Zhang and UNB administrators decided to patent it.

From UNB classrooms to Google Earth

Zhang took the image results to a conference, where companies began to recognize the potential of PanSharp.

In 2003, a leading global provider of high-resolution satellite images called DigitalGlobe acquired a PanSharp license. The license is still used by the company today.

Google proceeded to replace its old images with DigitalGlobe’s high-resolution images, which were created with UNB PanSharp. Most of the high-resolution satellite images used by Google coming from DigitalGlobe.

Companies across the world looking to UNB

UNB is known worldwide due in part to the PanSharp technology. Before licensing PanSharp to DigitalGlobe, the company didn’t know about UNB. Now the university is on the minds of world leaders in the image fusion field.

“Three or four years later I attended a conference where the chief technology officer of Google was a keynote. I approached him after the speech and he immediately knew UNB,” Zhang said.

Zhang originally believed the licenses UNB issued would be in use for five years or so, by which point other developers would have caught up with his research. No company or developer has done so in the last 15 years.

“No one has better software than this,” he said.

Zhang is a world leader in the topic and reviews image fusion technology for academic journals. Even up to the fall of 2015, researchers were still trying and failing to reproduce PanSharp’s quality results.

“It’s good to know from a recent comparative study that up to now, this is still the best image fusion technology in the world.”

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