2019 Grads, what are you up to?
How to report your post-grad plans?
- Visit https://sauder-ubc.12twenty.com/ to activate your account on the Sauder Employment Analytics Tool (SEAT) using your CWL
- Complete a profile with your background information
- Report your post-graduation status (ex: continuing education, accepted job, seeking employment) by answering a short questionnaire (< 5 minutes)
- Once you have completed your profile, your SEAT account will be activated
- Report changes to your travel, job or study plans before November 28, 2019 to keep us up to date
Get personalized support on your job search when you report “Still Seeking Employment”. If you are looking for a job, you have the option to update your job preferences on SEAT to “Still Seeking Employment”. This information will then be passed on to an Alumni Career Manager who will reach out to help you with your job search.
The Sauder Employment Analytics Tool (SEAT) gives you exclusive access to information about the jobs UBC Sauder students have landed up to 6 months after graduation. You can use the information in SEAT to make career decisions, guide your job search, and negotiate your salary.
Tap into job data on:
- Which companies have hired UBC Sauder grads
- Sources used to find jobs in specific industries (e.g. networking events, COOL job postings, etc.)
- Average base salaries
- How long it took to find a job
- Responses are anonymous and reported in aggregate form only.
All individual responses will be kept confidential and reported anonymously in aggregate form. Individual information may only be used to verify your status as a BCom graduate.
- For accreditation purposes, all UBC Sauder graduates are asked to complete the SEAT questionnaire.
The UBC Sauder School of Business is required to collect employment information on every graduating student in accordance with our accreditations with AACSB. These accreditations are very important for the School and our reputation globally. The Business Career Centre reports this data at an aggregate level.
- This information will contribute to a number of key initiatives across UBC Sauder that will benefit current and future BComs.
The Business Career Centre provides current and future BCom students with access to anonymous and aggregate salary and employment data, to help them with their career decisions. The Undergraduate Programs Office uses this information to promote the UBC BCom program to prospective students in the admissions brochure.
- If you report your status as “Still Seeking,” a UBC Sauder Alumni Careers Manager will contact you via email to offer support.