QS Masters Rankings 2020 recognizes UBC Sauder Master of Management and Master of Business Analytics program

Posted 2019-09-26

The Master of Management (MM) program and the Master of Business Analytics (MBAN) program at the UBC Sauder School of Business’s Robert H. Lee Graduate School is amongst the world’s best, according to the QS Business Masters Rankings 2020, part of the QS World University Rankings, released today. Considered to be one of the most highly regarded analyses of business schools, the annual QS report identifies the top 129 MM programs and the top 86 MBAN programs around the world.


UBC Sauder MM program number one in Canada

The UBC Sauder MM program ranks first in Canada, a position it has maintained since its debut last year. The MM program ranks 4th in North America and 44th globally. In particular, QS noted the MM program’s diversity, thought leadership and alumni outcomes with scores well above the global average. Additionally, QS awarded the MM program with a maximum score (100%) for “Female Students Score,” recognizing that 65% of the student body is female, far greater than the global mean of 49%.

The nine-month MM program at UBC Sauder gives recent non-business graduates the skills they need to gain a competitive edge in the job market. Developed to address the evolving needs of today’s most innovative employers, the MM curriculum provides students with a vital grounding in a broad spectrum of business and management disciplines, from accounting to finance and marketing to strategic management. Students are coached to launch their careers and connect with opportunities in organizations in Vancouver and around the globe.


UBC Sauder MBAN program debuts at second place in Canada

The UBC Sauder MBAN program, in its first year as a part of the rankings, debuts at second in Canada and 31st globally. QS highlighted the program’s alumni outcomes as its strongest indicator of excellence, ranking it within the top 10 globally.

The 12-month UBC Master in Business Analytics (MBAN) is about much more than technical know-how. It captures the full analytics spectrum, including data management, data analytics, and decision analytics. Courses include marketing, customer relationship management, consulting and project management, strategic management and emotional intelligence. Students learn how to make strategically sound recommendations and data-driven business decisions—exactly what companies around the world need.