Management education is about driving constructive change all over the world.
UBC Sauder’s Creative Destruction Lab West (CDL West) isn’t just a program for highly-scalable technology ventures – it’s also providing students with an unparalleled opportunity to work alongside world-leading entrepreneurs and gain valuable hands-on experience.
The venture now known as Acuva—a portable water purification system that uses UV-LED light technology to disinfect water— got its start when Manoj Singh, an experienced executive and MBA graduate from the UBC Sauder School of Business, approached entrepreneurship@UBC (e@UBC) looking for a promising UBC technology to commercialize.
The University of British Columbia’s extensive international connections and global mindset have pushed the university to rank 1st among North America’s leading schools and 12th in the world in the Times Higher Education’s “World’s Most International Universities 2017” ranking.
UBC Sauder students have yet another option for international study thanks to a new leading business school joining the Yale-led Global Network of Advanced Management (GNAM). Oxford University’s Saïd Business School has become the 29th member of GNAM, an international partnership leading global business schools dedicated to integrating international experience into graduate management education.
The Robert H. Lee Graduate School at the UBC Sauder School of Business is one of only four Canadian business schools to be recognized as a “Global Elite” leader in graduate employability, teaching and research, according to the latest QS Global 250 Business Schools Report.