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A little business education goes a long way

The 9-month Master of Management (MM) at UBC Sauder's Robert H. Lee Graduate School gives students who have recently graduated with non-business Bachelor’s degrees (from mathematics to music) the business skills they need to gain a competitive edge in the job market. Students can begin the program directly after their university graduation, or with up to two years of post-graduation work experience.

73% of the 2014 class was employed within 3 months of graduating. Recent employers include Amazon, Best Buy, DDB, Hootsuite, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Vision Critical.

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number one mm program in North America
MM Average Class Size 23
MM International Students 71% 2014 grad class
MM Cohort Size 50-60
MM Employment 73% 2014 entering class

Attend an Info Session

 CANADA

 Vancouver, BC
May 11
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Info Session: Program Overview & Admissions
Ask your questions to the current roster of UBC MM students - come network with other aspiring professionals, and ask your questions to the students going through the MM currently.
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 INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

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 ONLINE

Online
June 2
8:00 AM PT - 9:00 AM PT
Program Overview & Admissions Webinar
Join the Recruitment & Admissions Managers to learn about our the UBC MM program, how to submit your best application and get insight into what the team is looking for in applicants. Registration closes 24 hours before the webinar.
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Our Experience

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Our Alumni


                         
      Cidnee Vaykovich     Mark Harrold     Jacqueline Chong
     
     

Cidnee Vaykovich

UBC MM Graduate 2014
Undergraduate degree: Fine Arts Associate, Northview Ventures

"The real value of business school is learning to work with people, learning to present yourself, learning to look at problems and businesses strategically. That's the real change you see in yourself over the course of the MM program. It's a transformative year."


   

Mark Harrold

UBC MM Graduate 2014
Undergraduate degree: Civil Engineering Project Coordinator, Stantec

"For many engineers, business skills would only come with experience but I was able to set up myself to pursue this position earlier on in my career because of the skills I developed during my MM."

 


   

Jacqueline Chong

UBC MM Graduate 2013
Undergraduate degree: Health Sciences
Client Manager, Liquid Agency

"I want to try to close the gap between the worlds of design and business. I think we need to bring the two together and develop ways for free-flowing ideas to exist within traditional corporate structures."



     


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