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UBC MBA + MBAN Dual Degree

Career Development

Support through your journey

Each component of the UBC MBA+MBAN Dual Degree program is designed to further your career. Professional development is a core part of the 24-month program and the Business Career Centre (BCC) is a key part of your journey. Through our structured, yet personalized programming, you'll get the advice, skills and opportunities you need to shape the career you want.

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Career services

Discover the Business Career Centre, where our business career team helps clarify career goals, explore career opportunities, develop job search strategies and assist with recruiting.
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Mentorship & training

Expand your network with our mentorship training programs. Work with industry professionals who are committed to sharing their knowledge to help you succeed.

Career outcomes

Opportunities to develop your career are woven throughout the program, and your professional development with us will transform your career. The Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre (BCC) is staffed with dedicated career coaches who know exactly what today’s employers are looking for, and have designed programs and services to help you develop your market skills and shape your career. See employment stats and career outcomes of our graduates.

91% of the UBC MBAN Class of 2019 employed within 90 days after graduation UBC Sauder's Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre
$90k-$150k UBC MBAN average salary Business Intelligence Manager average salary (2021 Hays Canada Salary Guide)
87% of the UBC MBA Class of 2019 were employed within 90 days after graduation UBC Sauder's Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre
$80k-$120k UBC MBA average salary Head of Analytics average salary (2021 Hays Canada Salary Guide)

"The technology industry is maturing and one thing we’ll need is seasoned leaders. There will be a lot of demand for leaders with a technology focus. The value of an MBA will continue to grow along with Vancouver’s emergence as a technology hub."

George Psiharis
UBC MBA Class of 2009

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