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Your first stop for planning degree requirements and learning about the many opportunities and services to help you make the most of your time at UBC Sauder.

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Get to know the people and places that make up the UBC Sauder community including the Undergraduate Office, the Canaccord Learning Commons, David Lam Library, Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre, and more.

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Plan for Success

Achieve academic success with help from math, research, and writing support programs, and the advice of experienced peers, program advisors, and career coaches.

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Reach Globally

Extend your global reach through opportunities including exchange, Trek programs, and international initiatives.

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Build My Career

Determine your strengths, explore career possibilities, share your story, and find work as you transition from academic to professional life.

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Courses, Money & Enrolment

Understand the requirements of your program, option and course selection, registration, exam and grading policies, scholarships and funding, academic opportunities, and graduation.

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Our team of dedicated professionals can help you plan and understand your degree requirements, achieve academic success, build job-finding skills , and develop strategies for your career development.

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Integration and application

As a result of feedback from students, we’ve created a new pilot capstone course to better “cap” the BCom program. COMM 486M Strategy and Integrated Decision Making helps students to integrate and apply their learning from throughout their degree to better prepare them for full-time work. See what faculty, the dean, and students from the first pilot have to say about COMM 486M.

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Networking

At a recent COMM 202 networking session, we asked, "What scares you about networking?"

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Work experience

The Co-op program is an opportunity to integrate your classroom learning with a minimum of 12 months of work experience.

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