Discover your passions & build your career

Students from all over the world choose UBC’s four-year Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) program to develop the skills and confidence they need to become the next generation of responsible business leaders. At the UBC Sauder School of Business, you’ll learn from accomplished research faculty and industry professionals while benefiting from experiential learning opportunities like Co-op and international exchange—all to prepare you to take your first steps toward a successful and rewarding career. 

Ranked #1 in best universities to study business in Canada
Ranked #16 in business research excellence in North America
Ranked #34 university in the world

Explore the program

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Program overview

Within our supportive and engaging community, you'll find unique programs and opportunities to complement what you learn in the classroom.
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Curriculum

Build depth and breadth of knowledge through a combination of core and elective courses.
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Specializations

Specialize in one of ten primary disciplines of business.
Career Development

Career development

Practical resources and programs to align your skills and goals with career possibilities.
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Admissions & finance

Everything you need to know to apply to the UBC BCom program.

Meet our students & alumni

The one thing I still speak about today is the opportunity that Sauder provides students to explore, learn and grow, to develop their character, and to find out what really gets them going. When you come here, you actually feel you can achieve something.

Thato Makgolane, BCom 2011

Student experience

At UBC Sauder, you’ll find yourself among a diverse group of students who are creative, enthusiastic, and motivated to succeed. Together, you’ll learn from leading academics who are experts in their dedicated fields of study. 

But your university life won't just be about the courses you take. You'll find plenty of ways to be an active member of the UBC community through student initiatives, social activities, campus traditions, and sport. With over 370 student clubs, intramurals, and annual events like Day of the Longboat and Storm the Wall, there's always something new to try with friends you meet along the way.

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