UBC Sauder Alumni Job Data

Get exclusive access to UBC Sauder alumni job data

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Want to learn more about what UBC Sauder alumni do after graduation?

All BCom students and recent alumni are provided exclusive access to the Sauder Employment Analytics Tool (SEAT), which provides invaluable information about jobs UBC Sauder students have landed up to 6 months after graduation.

You can use this information to make career decisions, guide your job search, and negotiate your salary. SEAT offers information on:

  • Which companies have hired UBC Sauder grads
  • Sources used to find jobs in specific industries (e.g., BCC/UBC Facilitated Events, COOL job postings, etc.)
  • Average base salaries
  • Job offer trends

The data in SEAT comes directly from UBC Sauder grads. To give back and enrich this valuable resource for future BComs, please remember to share your post-graduation plans in SEAT when it's your turn to join the alumni community.

See where the BCom Class of 2023 landed jobs!

How to use SEAT

To access historical job placement data, you'll need to:

  1. Log in to SEAT using your CWL
  2. Fill out a short profile with your background information
  3. Once you have completed your profile, your account will be activated

Access SEAT

(CWL login required)

BCom students are provided access to SEAT in COMM202. If you’re unable to log in, please email bccmktg@sauder.ubc.ca.

How it works

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What can SEAT do for you?

Unlock exclusive research tools 

Once you've completed your profile in SEAT, you'll be able to look up employment outcome data using six different research tools. These tools allow you to search employment outcome data by several attributes, including industry, employer, city, and graduation year.

Here are the different research tools in SEAT you can use:

Outcomes IndexSee how different employers, industries, job functions, and cities compare when it comes to salary and the number of offers accepted by UBC Sauder grads.
Salary DatabaseSelect different attributes like employer, job title, and location to see aggregate salary information for a UBC Sauder grad population set.
Offer TimelineFind out when grads received job offers.
Offer Job SourceDiscover what activities or services led grads to their job offers.
Offer TrendsLook up year-over-year job offer timing.
Class OverviewFind employment outcome data by graduation year and program.

Beyond UBC Sauder

Along with UBC Sauder alumni job placement data, you can find job data in SEAT for business school graduates across Canada, the U.K., and the United States. This will help give you a broader perspective on the job market you're entering.

Where does SEAT data come from?

The alumni job data comes directly from UBC Sauder graduates within 6 months of graduation.

All UBC Sauder graduates, including MBAs and Master of Business Analytics grads, are asked to complete the SEAT survey within 6 months of finishing their program. This means you can also see details of where Masters-level UBC Sauder grads land in SEAT.

When it’s time for you to report your post-grad job placement data, you’ll be able to pay it forward and help future BComs with your job information.

All individual responses in SEAT are anonymous, kept confidential, and reported in aggregate form only.

How your information is used:
1. 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.
2. 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 (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). These accreditations are very important for the School and our reputation globally. The Business Career Centre reports this data at an aggregate level.
3. This information contributes to a number of key initiatives across UBC Sauder that benefit current and future BComs.
4. 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.
5. If you report your status as “Seeking Employment”, a Career Strategist may contact you via email to offer support.
6. The employment data will be consolidated and shared in aggregate for marketing purposes and in the data on the SEAT Research Tool. Personal information will not be shared.


If you have any questions or concerns, please contact bccmktg@sauder.ubc.ca.

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