For the fourth consecutive year, the Financial Times has ranked UBC Sauder’s Master of Management the leading program of its kind in North America. Offered by the school’s Robert H. Lee Graduate School, the nine-month MM gives recent non-business graduates the skills they need to gain a competitive edge in the job market.

Published today, the annual “FT Global Masters in Management Ranking” placed the MM 55th in the world. Among the ranking’s highlights, the UBC Sauder program stood out for the career success of its students, with 95 per cent of grads achieving full-time employment within three months of graduation.

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As part of the MM program students are coached to meet their career goals and connected with opportunities in organizations in Vancouver and around the globe. Students from backgrounds ranging from music to mathematics and engineering to economics receive the skills training and career mentorship they need to take their undergraduate degrees to the next level.
“The MM offered me a business qualification I could do right away that would allow me to fast-track my career progression,” said grad Melanie Gabanna who used the program to transition from an undergraduate in psychology to role as a consultant at Habanero Consulting Group. “The fact that the program takes only nine months to complete meant I could get some vital business acumen under my belt and start generating momentum quickly.”
UBC Sauder also ranked high in the category of “international mobility” at 39th in the world, reflecting the high likelihood for students to find employment in a different country. And, with 77 per cent of professors teaching in the program coming from international locations, the MM offers an unparalleled global experience with one of the most diverse faculties in the world.
“We’re pleased to see that our ranking continues to reflect our efforts to provide a program that prioritizes student experience and career success,” says Professor Darren Dahl, director of the Robert H. Lee Graduate School and senior associate dean, faculty. “While this ranking is just one measure of the program’s quality, we’re pleased that the Financial Times continues to affirm our success in helping our students transform their passions into fulfilling careers.”

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