UBC International MBA in Shanghai
Since 2002, Sauder’s Robert H. Lee Graduate School has offered the UBC International MBA in Shanghai in collaboration with the Antai College of Economics and Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Fully approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education, the 20-month part-time program is taught entirely by Sauder’s internationally recognized faculty and is specially adapted for the Asian market. Students also benefit from direct exposure to North American business practices during two weeks of classes taught on UBC campus in Vancouver.
To learn more about UBC IMBA, contact the Shanghai office (86.21.6293.2604 or 86.21.6293.2622, e-mail email@example.com) or Vancouver UBC IMBA program office (604.822.8422 or toll free Canada & USA 1.888.988.9895, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).
Executive Education in China
Since 1980, the Sauder School of Business has offered extensive executive training programs in China attended by more than 800 senior Chinese government officials and enterprise leaders from key organizations. Programs range from one week to 12 months in length and offer the option of receiving instruction with Chinese language interpretation. Partner organizations have included China’s Central Organization Department and Ministry of Commerce, Microsoft China, Guangdong Provincial Government, BaoSteel Group, Beijing Local Taxation Bureau and many others.
To learn more about Executive Education International Custom Programs, call 604.822.8405 or
Executive Education in Korea
The Sauder School of Business works closely with large Korean organizations to create tailor-made programs ranging in length from one week to two years. In particular, the 1+1 Matching Program is a two-year program offered on UBC campus in Vancouver, which provides participants the chance to study management, economics, public policy making, and other related areas, and obtain a certificate or MBA degree. Partner organizations have included the Korean Government, Seoul Metropolitan Government, LG Group, Pohang Steel, Hanjung, Daehong Communication and Korea Telecom.