The Sustainability Fair is an annual celebration of student and community initiatives in sustainability. It is organized by the UBC Sustainability Ambassadors and aims to inspire students, faculty and staff to become involved with sustainability. The fair is an interdisciplinary and intersectional event that will showcase businesses, organizations and student groups aiming to build a more equitable, livable and inclusive community.
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The WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management offers the Bachelor European Summer Program as a two-week course on The Business, Political and Cultural Environment in Europe, tailored to undergraduate students in business administration.
The two-week program, directed by Professor Dr. Michael Frenkel, focusses on the following topics:
Earn three credits while working on a challenge-based learning project for Mexican NGOs and indigenous communities. Work with local indigenous artisans, rural communities on safe water systems, or an ecotourism centre. Contribute to the local community through challenge-based learning projects. Partner with fellow students, local communities and civil organizations to create innovative solutions to social problems facing vulnerable populations in southern Mexico.
Interested in advancing your career opportunities with an MA in International Law? If you’re in your 3rd or 4th year of your undergraduate degree, the Peter Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia is looking for your input in the development of this applied program.
Your feedback will be used to improve education programs and services for future students. Click below to begin this 5-8 minute survey. All answers you provide will be kept strictly confidential and will only be used for statistical purposes.
The Master of Food and Resource Economics (MFRE) is hosting two info sessions in November. Come hear about the program from the MFRE Academic Director and professors!
Year 2 BComs: Interested in studying the field of global logistics from the unique perspectives of three renowned institutions? Join BCom study abroad and exchange programs coordinator Ann Gilray to learn more about the Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management (Global SCLM) option. You'll also have an opportunity to hear from current students in the program from UBC Sauder, Copenhagen Business School, and Chinese University of Hong Kong in Shenzhen.
Date: Thursday, November 9
Time: 12:30 to 1:30pm
European Politics: Selected Cases. EU Study Tour
Coursework: POLI 326 (3 credits)
Location: Brussels, Luxembourg, Frankfurt
The program is an immersion inside the European Institutions. Through seminars and briefings, participants have ‘face to face’ contact with the leaders and policy-makers actively involved in the daily work of the European Union, other European institutions, diplomatic representations to the EU (including Canada) and significant civil society organizations.
Learn more at an upcoming info session:
Thinking about studying abroad next summer or during the 2018/19 academic year? Attend an info session to learn everything you need to know to research, plan, and apply for a UBC Go Global exchange program.
Date: Tuesday, October 24
Time: 12:30 to 1:20pm
Location: Henry Angus 234
China's Rise and Transformation: the View from its Fastest Growing City
Coursework: POLI 321B (3 credits)
Location: Chongqing, China
This year's fair will showcase over 150 exhibitors from private, public, and non-profit sectors across a range of industries.