In June 2011 UBC Sauder and Copenhagen Business School announced a strategic alliance to dramatically increase collaboration.
International MBA graduate Anna Murray was a recent winner at the Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 awards in recognition of her work integrating human rights and social responsibility into the world of business.
The Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) have announced a strategic alliance to dramatically increase collaboration. Motivated by shared values and a similar academic culture, and building on an active 16-year exchange partnership, the institutions signed an agreement providing stronger ties across a broad range of initiatives, including research, academic programs, student and faculty exchange, and other scholarly pursuits.
Just weeks before the catastrophic earthquake in Japan, third-year accounting student Salina Dharamsi travelled to the United Nations to participate in a debate focused on disaster risk reduction.
Just weeks after graduating with her BCom, Sauder student sustainability leader Rosie Pidcock took her passion for sustainable resource management global by chairing the 2011 International Student Energy Summit at UBC.
A three-week course brings together students from UBC and Nairobi’s Strathmore University to teach impoverished youth how to start their own businesses.