Meet our students & alumni
With over 40,000 alumni living in 80 countries, you’ll be part of an impressive network after your graduate. You’ll find UBC BCom graduates working for TD bank in Toronto, Facebook and Google in New York, Adidas in Germany and Macquarie Group in Hong Kong.
Student and Alumni profiles
BCom Sharon Shamuyarira plans to leverage her specializations in Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources and Business Technology Management to pursue a career in consulting.
Jay Singh's BCom helped him land a coveted role at LinkedIn and gave him the confidence to excel in it.
BCom Ludzi Bokete's studies in Business and Computer Science are helping him build a career blockchain by blockchain.
Natalie Hayworth turned her international experience – and her UBC BCom – into a consulting career at Deloitte.
BCom alumna Althea Wishloff hit the finance fast track in at TD Bank thanks to support she received from UBC Sauder’s Ch’nook initiative.
Tech innovator Charlie Shi used his experience in the BCom program to open Vancouver’s first virtual reality gaming lounge.
Olympic volleyball star Jamie Broder used her business skills and athletic background to inspire other young women to meet their goals.
Can Poge’s desire to study abroad brought him from Istanbul to UBC Sauder where he built the foundation for a career in London’s fast-paced finance district.
Keavy O’Malley-Keyes used her Bachelor of Commerce to kick start her career as a global player and is now Merchandising Manager at NBC Sports in New York.
Parvathi Subramanyam wanted her undergraduate studies to help her grow personally as well as professionally, so she sought a BCom from UBC Sauder.
From the Norwegian Navy to Google in New York, the BCom repositioned Severin Gresvig for a global career.
Gustav Staprans decided to pursued a combined major in business and computer science. Now he's a key decision-maker at an analytics start-up in Silicon Valley.
Armed with her BCom, Maricel Saenz is realizing her long-standing goal to create social impact, by building a biotech company to tackle global health.
UBC Sauder Alumna, Suzanne Siemens, is helping reduce waste and drive change with her reusable menstrual products.