In June 2011 UBC Sauder and Copenhagen Business School announced a strategic alliance to dramatically increase collaboration.
MBAs from China, Nigeria, Mexico, Ireland and the United States joined Sauder students for a week-long course, entitled “Clean Energy and Green Infrastructure – Innovation at the nexus of politics and society,” enabled by the Global Network for Advanced Management partnership.
Sauder's Centre for Operations Excellence is launching a new multi-year partnership model allowing it to help companies like Boeing streamline their operations.
A new scholarship will enable more Sauder students to go on exchange: The HSBC International Business Award will grant $10,000 each to two BCom students at Sauder every year for three years.
Canada’s trade minister is heading to Atlanta, Georgia next week to meet with chief negotiators to hammer out the remaining sticking points holding up the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a global trade agreement with the potential to reshape the Canadian economy. Professor Keith Head explains what Canadians stand to gain or lose, and whether the country should be in a hurry to sign.
UBC’s Sauder School of Business signed partnership agreements this month with two business schools at Kenya’s Strathmore University in Nairobi, to strengthen existing bonds between the institutions, foster increased knowledge exchange and enhance a collaborative entrepreneurship program for disadvantaged youth in Nairobi.