Your global journey starts here
Our student body is internationally diverse. Our faculty is too. This rich mosaic of cultures brings fresh perspectives. From the experiences you’ll have, to the people you’ll learn from, a UBC Sauder education is a global education.
Global Network for Advanced Management
UBC Sauder is the only Canadian school in the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), a prestigious collaboration of 32 graduate schools around the world. While students are not guaranteed a spot in GNAM, those who participate will travel to international universities, tour local businesses and meet with local business experts. Plus, students can take online courses offered by schools in the network.
Opportunities available through our global network:
Global Immersion Experience (GIE)
A key component of the UBC MBA, the GIE allows you to go abroad for two weeks and consult for a pre-selected overseas company on a real world business challenge. The 5-month experience begins at UBC Sauder with an introduction to the business practices and customs of your host country. Then, once abroad for two weeks, you'll consult with a local company's management team and help them solve some of their unique business problems.
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