Sauder School of Business
The Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia (UBC) is Canada’s leading academic business school, recognized internationally for our world-class faculty and excellence in research.
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, the school draws from the internationalism of the city and its Pacific Rim setting to provide an unrivalled global business perspective. Today, Sauder has partnerships with more than 50 institutions in 30 countries.
Robert H. Lee Graduate School
Our graduate school is named after Robert H. Lee, a long-term supporter of the school who graduated from Sauder with a Bachelor of Commerce in 1956 – going on to become one of the city’s most successful businessmen.
Our full-time MBA ranks in the top 20 according to recruiters worldwide, with 35 exchange partner schools in 22 countries. Sauder also offers a highly regarded International MBA in Shanghai – fully approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education – in partnership with Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Antai College of Economics and Management. IMBA students are drawn from top multinational companies and Chinese enterprises.
University of British Columbia
Established in 1908, the University of British Columbia is Canada’s third largest university, and maintains an international reputation for teaching and advanced research. UBC is annually ranked among the top 35 universities in the world by the UK’s Times Higher Education Survey, and by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Institute of Higher Education.
Global alumni network
UBC and Sauder have an extensive alumni network in Hong Kong, mainland China and throughout Asia. Hong Kong is the largest base of alumni outside Canada. This network includes graduates of Sauder’s degree programs such as the IMBA in Shanghai, as well as participants of the Chinese Executive Programs. Many of Sauder’s PhD graduates are professors, deans and program heads of top business schools in Asia.