What does the future of business look like? We believe it will be shaped by leaders who set the highest standards for ethical and effective business practices. And we believe that can start here.
Business is international, careers span the globe; why shouldn’t education? 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 cross-cultural.
UBC Sauder is ranked #16 for business research excellence in North America,* making us one of the top research institutions in the world. Those who make this a world-renowned institution are the same people who teach your classes, bringing their wealth of experience to the classroom.
Marketing and Behavioural Science
Named one of the top five Marketing Researchers in the world, White is the Academic Director of the Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics, a perfect fit for her interest in prosocial consumer behaviour, which she both studies and teaches.
Strategy and Business Economics
The Chair in International Trade Policy who wrote the (text)book on Environmental Management, Antweiler’s research and classes focus on the symbiosis between business and the environment.
Equally celebrated in academia and the media, Li holds the W. Maurice Young Chair in Finance and serves as Senior Associate Dean, Equity and Diversity, the spirit of which she brings to her research and teachings.
On almost every continent you’ll find an active UBC Sauder alumni community. They host private art tours in London, deep dives into cryptocurrencies in Hong Kong, Canadian Thanksgiving dinners in San Francisco. Their ranks are already more than 40,000 strong, which means you’ll have more than 40,000 potential contacts to expand your career prospects.
Take the next step in your global business career.
World-class. West Coast.
An exceptional city
UBC Sauder sits on the edge of the Pacific Ocean on the University of British Columbia’s picturesque Vancouver campus, not far from Downtown, the epicentre of business in Western Canada.
Often called Silicon Valley North, Vancouver is a hotbed of startups: Hootsuite, Lululemon and Recon Instruments – which was founded at UBC Sauder and ultimately sold to Intel – all got their start here.
Our climate is temperate; beaches are minutes from school, with sailing, paddle boarding and kayaking four seasons a year. The mountains – so close you can see them from campus – offer skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer.
Vancouver has all the hallmarks of the world’s greatest cities: world-class arts and culture, a thriving culinary scene, professional sports teams. And it has something that eludes most major cities: a relaxed energy that encourages work/life balance.