The UBC Master of Management challenges your business knowledge,so you can change your career prospects in only 9 months.

Elevate your bachelor's degree with the fundamentals of business.

The 9-month Master of Management at UBC Sauder School of Business’ Robert H. Lee Graduate School gives graduates from non-business disciplines the edge they need to fast track their career. 90% of students who choose to upgrade their business skills with the Master of Management achieve full-time employment within three months of graduation—a distinction that has helped the program repeatedly achieve a #2 ranking in North America by the Financial Times.

Our Alumni Stories

Brianna Brown

Nada

UBC MM greens retail with package-free groceries

Brianna Brown wanted a socially and environmentally aligned career. Now, she’s using her MM to explore opportunities in Toronto, the social finance capital of Canada.

“Business made a lot of sense for me because it has such a weighty impact on the world,” she says. “It can be a tremendous tool for good.”

That’s why Brianna pursued a Master of Management (MM) at UBC Sauder; it’s designed to give candidates from non-business backgrounds tangible business skills and experience.

Today, Brianna is consulting for a package-free grocery store called Nada in Vancouver while simultaneously exploring opportunities in social finance in Toronto.

“The MM set me down a path I’m very excited about,” she says.

Karan D'Souza

UBC MD 2018

Surgeon-to-be uses business to think beyond the operating table

“I want to be a leader,” says Karan D’souza, an MD candidate who earned an MM at UBC Sauder. “That’s why I wanted to gain a business background – to apply it to my career in healthcare.”

In the MM program, Karan studied alongside a diverse cohort: his fellow candidates came from arts, engineering, and computer science, among other faculties.

“I wasn’t just learning about business,” he says. “I was learning about different ways of thinking.”

Now in med school, Karan has been using his business background to streamline healthcare systems and improve patient outcomes.

“We've looked at how our patients flow through the hospital and how we can optimize that,” he says. “I’ve been able to take the concepts I learned in my MM and apply them to medicine.”

Christina Meng

Slack

Dentist-to-be uses UBC MM to cut her teeth in the tech sector

Christina Meng wanted to be a dentist. But the further she got into her Bachelor of Science, the clearer it was that dentistry wasn’t for her.

A summer job at Bell Media crystalized a new direction for Christina.

“I found I loved marketing and promotions,” she says.

But transitioning from science to business isn’t easy. So Christina pursued a Master of Management at UBC Sauder to make it happen. Now, she’s a Customer Success Manager at Slack, a communications platform that’s generating serious buzz.

“I love what I’m doing and there’s no way I would have made the switch if it weren’t for the UBC MM program,” she says.

Brianna Brown

UBC MM Graduate

Impact Manager

Nada

“I made the right choice because...
the UBC MM gave me fluency in different business departments so I’m able to be flexible.”

UBC MM positions alum at forefront of green tech

Zeynep Kucukerol wanted to work in green technologies. But because she trained as an industrial engineer, she needed to broaden her education.

“I wanted business skills that would open doors into the niche area I had set my sights on,” she says.

Zeynep decided on UBC Sauder’s Master of Management (MM) because it offers substantial consulting experience in Vancouver, a city dedicated to green initiatives. Now, she’s in marketing at Solegear Bioplastic Technologies, which makes sustainable plastics out of renewable material.

“There are many paths opening up in front of me now,” she says. “I owe that to my MM.”

UBC MM greens retail with package-free groceries

Brianna Brown wanted a socially and environmentally aligned career. Now, she’s using her MM to explore opportunities in Toronto, the social finance capital of Canada.

“Business made a lot of sense for me because it has such a weighty impact on the world,” she says. “It can be a tremendous tool for good.”

That’s why Brianna pursued a Master of Management (MM) at UBC Sauder; it’s designed to give candidates from non-business backgrounds tangible business skills and experience.

Today, Brianna is consulting for a package-free grocery store called Nada in Vancouver while simultaneously exploring opportunities in social finance in Toronto.

“The MM set me down a path I’m very excited about,” she says.

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Karan D'Souza

UBC MM Graduate

UBC MD 2018

 

“I made the right choice because...
I want to be a leader. That’s why I wanted to gain a business background – to apply it to my career in healthcare.”
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Christina Meng

UBC MM Graduate

Customer Success Manager

Slack

“I made the right choice because...
my MM gave me what I needed to make the difficult leap from science to business and land the career I want.”

Dentist-to-be uses UBC MM to cut her teeth in the tech sector

Christina Meng wanted to be a dentist. But the further she got into her Bachelor of Science, the clearer it was that dentistry wasn’t for her.

A summer job at Bell Media crystalized a new direction for Christina.

“I found I loved marketing and promotions,” she says.

But transitioning from science to business isn’t easy. So Christina pursued a Master of Management at UBC Sauder to make it happen. Now, she’s a Customer Success Manager at Slack, a communications platform that’s generating serious buzz.

“I love what I’m doing and there’s no way I would have made the switch if it weren’t for the UBC MM program,” she says.

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#34 university in the world. Times Higher Education 2016
#1 MM program in North America. Financial Times 2016
Average age of class 23
International students 51%
Cohort size 50-60
90% employed within three months of graduation. Financial Times 2017

Attend an Info Session

Learn more about the UBC MM program by attending one of the upcoming information sessions or online webinars.

Canada

We currently do not have any online webinars scheduled, but are happy to answer any of your questions via email, phone or Twitter.

International

Hanoi Vietnam

November 24

One-on-One Coffee Chat Register
Mumbai India

December 1

12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
QS World Grad School Tour Register
Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

December 1

One-on-One Coffee Chat Register
New Delhi India

December 5

2:30 PM - 8:00 PM
QS World Grad School Tour Register
Bangalore India

December 9

12:30 PM - 6:00 PM
QS World Grad School Tour Register

Online

We currently do not have any online webinars scheduled, but are happy to answer any of your questions via email, phone or Twitter.
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Program Dates
August 2019 - May 2020
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Contact us
Email: mm@sauder.ubc.ca
Tel: +1 604-822-8422
Toll Free (Canada & USA): 1-888-988-9895
Website: sauder.ubc.ca/mm
Fees*
Canadian Citizens and
Permanent Residents: $29,610 CAD*
International Students: $44,998 CAD*
*Fees are normally established in April or May preceding the commencement of each academic year, but the University may change the fees at any time without advance notice.
Application Deadlines
1st round: December 4, 2018
2nd round: February 5, 2019
3rd round: April 2, 2019
Final round: June 4, 2019