Student Life The MBA society (MBAS) offers students 14 clubs to join, including Entrepreneurship, Net Impact, Women in Business, and Consulting. Various clubs offer special events including the UBC MBA Sailing Regatta, and the Net Impact Career Fair.
Students participate in annual case competitions, including the JDW case competition held in January, and the Sauder Summit, a five-day case competition held each March. MBA students have placed in the top three in several major competitions, including the 2012 Schulich School of Business’ International Case Competition.
Students have access to the Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre (BCC) where they can receive help in finding job placements, networking advice, and interview preparation. The MBA program has a very high post-graduate employment rate (87%). And roughly 13% of graduates start their own businesses.
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