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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.

95% of students who choose to upgrade their business skills with the Master of Management achieve full-time employment within three months of graduation—a distinction that has helped the program repeatedly achieve a #1 ranking in North America by the Financial Times.

How to Apply

MBA UBC 2016/2017
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MM Average Class Size 23
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MM Cohort Size 50-60
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Attend an Info Session


Vancouver, BC March 18  UBC MM Experience Day Register


Shanghai, China
March 18
One-on-One Coffee Chat 
Beijing, China April 1 One-on-One Coffee Chat Register


Online April 4
8:00 am - 9:00 am PT
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Our Experience

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Our Alumni

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Zeynep Kucukerol


John Holt


Christina Meng


UBC MM Graduate
Undergraduate degree: Industrial Engineering
Marketing Coordinator, Solegear Bioplastic Technologies


UBC MM Graduate
Undergraduate degree: Political Science
Vice President, Multinationals, HSBC


UBC MM Graduate
Undergraduate degree: Anatomy and
Cell Biology
Customer Success Manager, Slack


Zeynep Kucukerol's passion for sustainability brought her from Turkey, where she studied industrial engineering, to UBC Sauder where she used a Master of Management to launch a career in green technologies.


The UBC Master of Management gave John Holt the finance credibility and international mobility to land a demanding role in global banking with HSBC.


When Christina Meng decided to switch career goals from dentistry to business, her UBC MM gave her the skills to land a management role at communications platform, Slack.

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