Centres and Institutes

The Alberta School of Business is home to specialized centres and institutes that are dedicated to excellence in research, outreach and education as well as fostering an important connection to the business community.

Alberta Business Family Institute (ABFI)

The Alberta Business Family Institute at the Alberta School of Business assists families engaged in a business through transformational educational programs based on research. We seek to help business families and their professional advisors gain a better understanding of the unique issues they face and provide them with practical tools to allow them to make meaningful change in their lives and businesses.

Learn more about ABFI

Centre for Cities and Communities (CCC)

The Centre for Cities and Communities at the University of Alberta School of Business is a catalyst and partner ensuring that Alberta is at the forefront of city-building innovation within Canada and around the globe.

Learn more about CCC

Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise (CEFE)

Family business is a dominant organizational form world-wide with unique challenges and rewards. The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise seeks to discover and disseminate knowledge relative to the management of family enterprise, particularly in the contexts of entrepreneurialism and internationalization.

Learn more about CEFE

Centre for Excellence in Operations (CEO)

The goal of the Centre for Excellence in Operations (CEO) is to create a greater awareness of the field of operations management and operations research among students, academics and industry at large. Acting as a liaison between the university and the business community, the CEO enhances the interaction between these parties in order to explore opportunities for operational improvements and to enable the exchange of ideas.

Learn more about CEO

eHub Entrepreneurship Centre

The eHub Entrepreneurship Centre aims to assist technological innovation and commercialization by supporting the development of fundamental knowledge about technology processes through scholarly research; fostering connections between university research and industry; stimulating technology entrepreneurship through partnerships with key stakeholders; and expanding our talent pool of managers and entrepreneurially-minded individuals that have a passion for and deep knowledge of key scientific and technological issues related to areas such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, biomedical devices, computing and communications.

Learn more about eHub

Give to UAlberta Business