This fall, the Sauder School of Business became the first business school in Canada with a dedicated learning commons for students to boost academic achievement, and develop their business acumen and skill sets.
Brian Wong, the youngest student to graduate from the Sauder School of Business’s BCom program at 18 years of age, is now the youngest entrepreneur to raise venture capital funding.
MBA students Ian Cruickshank, Ken Lee, and Jason Robertson won third place in at the CA World International Case Competition, held May 16-18, 2010, in Las Vegas.
The Sauder School of Business recently announced the naming of the atrium in Henry Angus Building as the K.T. Tjia and Anna Chia Atrium.
The Sauder School of Business and the Robert H. Lee Graduate School at the University of British Columbia have unveiled the completed first phase of an $85 million renewal and expansion on UBC’s Vancouver campus.
The revitalization project adds 50,000 square feet to the existing 216,000 square feet of the Henry Angus Building, providing a new facility for the Robert H. Lee Graduate School and a dedicated undergraduate centre.