UBC Master of Management

Career development

Personalized career development

Professional development is built into the very core of the UBC MM program. Once accepted into the program, the Business Career Centre - and your personal career coach - will take a customized approach to your career progression, offering a structured, yet flexible program, that will help you clarify and achieve your goals.

The career centre also actively promotes MM graduates to the business community, locally nationally, and internationally.

Support through your journey

Career services

Career services

The Business Career Centre helps students and alumni clarify career goals, explore career opportunities, develop effective job search strategies and find jobs.
Community business project

Community business project

This course puts your business skills to work on community-enhancing projects such as business planning, market expansion, community planning, and environmental sustainability initiatives.

Career outcomes

While a number of our MM graduates choose to pursue corporate careers, many are attracted to smaller, fast-growth companies, and a large number choose to leverage their new business skills in careers related to their non-business degrees, ranging from engineering and economics to humanities and social science.

What you can expect

Below are examples of how the UBC MM provides our graduates with the fundamentals and knowledge needed to elevate their Bachelor's degree and find careers in a variety of fields.

Bachelor of Arts in History
hired after graduation as Coordinator, People Solutions at Vancity

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
hired after graduation as Customer Engagement Specialist at Klue

Bachelor of Health Sciences
hired after graduation as Research Analyst, New Product Development at Aequus Pharmaceuticals

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
hired after graduation as Business Coordinator at Teck Resources

Tailored career assistance

"The UBC graduates we’ve hired have consistently brought valuable skill sets to Best Buy. The program in particular gives its students hands-on experience through experiential learning projects, which has added to the graduates’ professionalism, focus on teamwork, enthusiasm, and overall work ethic."

Philip Thampy
Senior Manager, Retail Operations, Best Buy Canada

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