info_mark

 

 

Staying connected

We encourage you to stay connected while following local and provincial health orders. Below are a few ways in which you can stay in touch and connect with your alumni community.

 
Join us on LinkedIn

Join us on LinkedIn

Connect with fellow alumni, find out about programming, professional development opportunities, webinars and more.
Online book club

Online book club

Connect with fellow UBC alumni through the online book club. The club focuses on lifelong learning, leadership, harnessing creativity, communication skills and much, much more.
Alumni newsletter

Alumni newsletter

Update your contact details to stay in the loop with the latest news and information.

 

 

Supporting our community

UBC Sauder alumni exist around the world to foster a proud, engaged, and connected alumni population.

 
Card link for Online programming and career support
Online programming and career support

Online programming and career support

Access exclusive resources and professional development opportunities including webinars, online programming and career support.

Card link for Our alumni businesses
Our alumni businesses

Our alumni businesses

Alumni-owned businesses are serving their communities while staying safe. See what’s open and how you can support them.

Card link for Supporting our students
Supporting our students

Supporting our students

The success of our students is at the heart of what we do. And our community is integral to helping students thrive.

 

 

Celebrating responsible leadership

UBC Sauder alumni are supporting their communities in an exceptional display of leadership. Here’s how.

Insights and research from UBC Sauder

Card link for CEOx1Day Future Leaders Summit: Connecting student leaders with the C-suite

CEOx1Day Future Leaders Summit: Connecting student leaders with the C-suite

  • Students
  • May 17, 2022
Read More Read More
CEOx1Day Future Leaders Summit: Connecting student leaders with the C-suite
Card link for Werner’s blog: Why fuel tax cuts are not the answer to B.C.’s gas price woes

Werner’s blog: Why fuel tax cuts are not the answer to B.C.’s gas price woes

  • Economics
  • May 17, 2022
Read More Read More
Werners-blog.jpeg
Card link for Open up: UBC study shows that open banking can benefit consumers and spur competition

Open up: UBC study shows that open banking can benefit consumers and spur competition

  • Finance & Financial Markets
  • May 12, 2022
Read More Read More
Open Up: UBC Study Shows That Open Banking Can Benefit Consumers and Spur Competition
Card link for Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics names Dr. Kirstin Appelt as Research Director

Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics names Dr. Kirstin Appelt as Research Director

  • Faculty
  • May 11, 2022
Read More Read More
Dr. Kirstin Appelt as Research Director
Card link for Bringing responsible leadership to the board table

Bringing responsible leadership to the board table

  • Responsible Business
  • May 9, 2022
Read More Read More
Bringing responsible leadership to the board table
Card link for A data scientist’s stepping stones to Spotify

A data scientist’s stepping stones to Spotify

  • Alumni
  • April 27, 2022
Read More Read More
share

We want to hear from you.

Are you or your business making an impact? Let us know what you’re doing.

 

Image of woman with a headset talking
  • Have a question?

    Our team is happy to help.

  • Get in touch

    +1  604.822.6801
    1.855.822.6801 (Toll free in North America)

    alumni@sauder.ubc.ca