University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business Announces New Part-Time Professional MBA

Classes will take place every two-to-three weekends, meaning students can study alongside their regular work

From January 2018 the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business will run a part-time professional MBA for professionals who want to reach the next step in their carer without taking them out of the game to study.

Classes for the 24-month program will take place at the Robert H. Lee Graduate School every second or third weekend, enabling students to keep up with full-time work and experience few interruptions to family and home commitments.

Three eight-day residencies will help students to forge deeper connections with fellow students and faculty.

All exams can be taken online.

Applications for the new Professional MBA are open now, with the first deadline on July 20. The final round deadline is October 20.

For more information on the program and how to apply see the program website.


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