The Period 6 exam schedule is now posted on the Sauder website here. The exam schedule is also posted on your Vista site under: Home Page› >Post-Core Modules> Schedules & Outlines> Schedules – Programs & Exam Schedules
Please note, if your module’s final evaluation is not listed please consult with your instructor. Also, the due dates and times for some final evaluations are subject to change depending on the instructor.
As per the Examination Policy:
- All exams, whether FT or PT, must be sat at the time stated in the exam schedule.
- Exams may not be re-arranged to accommodate students’ travel plans, irrespective of the reason for travelling.
- Extensions may only be granted by the MBA & ECM Programs Office for medical reasons.
- Students must notify the MBA & ECM Programs Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to the start of the exam if they are too ill to write. A doctor’s note must be provided prior to the scheduling of a new exam date.
Any student with Examination Hardship defined as THREE or more exams within a 24-hour period should report this to the MBA & ECM Programs Office Programs Office (email@example.com) by no later than Friday, November 16th, 2012.
Failure to notify the MBA& ECM Programs Office of 3 exams within 24 hours by the deadline given may result in students not being able to have an alternate exam sitting.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come celebrate Diwali with the MBA & ECM Programs office on Tuesday, November 13 from Noon – 2:00 pm
Celebrated across the world, Diwali is the biggest, brightest and most popular event in the Indian calendar. The word diwali means “row of lighted lamps”, with light symbolizing the triumph of good over evil, prosperity over poverty and knowledge over ignorance.
Come enjoy some appetizers with us and share the celebrations!
If you haven’t checked lately that you’re on track for meeting your program requirements for graduation now is a good time before we get too far into P6! You need to have the equivalent of 20 post-core modules (30 credits) in order to graduate.
MBA (Full-Time & Part-Time): 52.5 credits
- BA 500C: Core (18 credits)
- BA 520: Career Development Program (1.5 credits)
- BA 510: Internship/Industry Project (1.5 credits)
- BA 501: Capstone Course (1.5 credits)
- 20 modules (1.5 credits each = 30 credits)
If you find you are missing any components please contact us via email@example.com so that we can advise you.
For students who are registered in or interested in BAHR 505:
It is mandatory for students to attend Tuesday, October 23rd class from 12:30-2:00pm in DL 125. You must fully participate in Session One if you wish to take this course; it is not possible to join Week 2 if you have not attended this session.
There are also additional class times listed in the syllabus, click here, please mark these dates and times in your calendar.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Register to hear an amazing speaker share his experiences – and free Halloween goodies!
On October 29th the Chapman and Canaccord Learning Commons will be hosting Sam Harris. Mr. Harris is a neuroscientist, whose work focuses on how science can be used as an authority on moral issues, shaping human values, and setting out what constitutes a good life.
When: Oct. 29th, 12:45 – 2:00pm
Where: Henry Angus 492
Doors will close promptly at 1:00pm.
Click here to register for the event.
Click here to watch Sam speaking at TED.
If the link above isn’t working, use the following URL: http://goo.gl/IOxn
Questions or comments? Email Alex Monegro at email@example.com
On October 27, 2012 connect with local business people and experts on everything to do with entrepreneurship.
Don’t worry if you haven’t started your business plan, this conference is catered towards all types of entrepreneurs – choose the sessions you’d like to attend throughout the day. We’ve got all topics covered like:
- Conference introduction by Warren Roy, CEO and Founder of Global Relay
- Legal advice by Elaine Tham of Davis LLP and Charmane Sing of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
- Fundraising by Irfhan Rajani, CEO of Coleco Inc., Robert Napoli, Vice President of First West Capital and Mark Grey, Regional Director of Maple Trade Finance Inc.
- Brand recognition by David Childs of Living Blueprint
- Social responsibility by Suzanne Siemans (Lunapad), Brian Postlewait (Mission Possible), Brian Prenovost (Propellor Social Enterprise Advisors) and more!
For more information on the conference agenda or to read all about our presenters, click here.
To end your day, we’ve invited Peter Legge, Chairman and CEO of Canada Wide Media, to share his wisdom and inspiration on how he grew his start-up to a multimillion dollar media giant.
Register here to take advantage of this exciting conference. Your ticket includes full lunch and two breaks.
There are also chances to win Canada Wide Media gift baskets and a grand prize of a 1 to 2-day professional development executive education seminar from Sauder Executive Education (valued at $1,295)!
Explore what entrepreneurship means to you and take the plunge!
There’s a great opportunity to take part in a program outside of the normal exchange application cycle.
Doing Business in Israel (DBI) is an 11-day program that frames the central aspects of doing business in Israel within the context of the country’s booming high-tech and bio-tech economy and the emerging of global Israeli companies.
The program offers a unique synthesis between state of the art academic studies and practical, hands-on experience with the Israeli high-tech industry and its leaders.
Academically, the connecting thread of the DBI program will be a set of Recanati Business School case series on strategy issues of Israeli firms. The cases reflect the Israeli economy by concentrating on companies from different industries, at different lifecycle stages, and different in size. The study of each of these cases will be led by a guest lecturer from among the company’s executives and will include a field trip to the company.
The program consists of approximately 40 contact hours of classes and workshops, three company visits, a visit to the Tel Aviv stock exchange, and tours of Israel, including an overnight stay at a kibbutz.
- Credits: 3 credit units
- Dates: January 1 – 10th 2013
- Language of instruction: English
- Application Deadline: Apply now. Applications will be accepted no later than Wednesday October 24th, 2012.
Questions? Interested in applying? Please email MBAexchange@sauder.ubc.ca.
Want to learn more about IT and how to bridge the gap between IT and business? This year UBC BizTech Network and Sauder’s MIS Faculty are going to present the very first ‘Enterprise
Architecture (EA) Conference’. This one-day conference aims to introduce university students the profession of Enterprise Architecture (EA) and how EA brings benefits to businesses. Come to the EA Conference on Saturday, October 27, 2012, and learn about this profession with growing importance, network with practitioners from ICBC, PHSA, Vancity, IBM, Troux, Finning Canada, and many more, and become a part of UBC’s new Enterprise Architecture Initiative!
Check us out on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/events/121544284663600/) and sign up at http://ubcbiztech.rezgo.com today! Seats are limited. So please sign up now to guarantee your spot.
What is EA? Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a comprehensive framework used to manage and align an organization’s information technology (IT) assets, people, operations, and projects with its operational characteristics. EA is a vital component of successful organizations and can have a significant impact on business competitiveness. In brief, planning for the development of information systems is similar to planning for buildings and cities. You will learn more about EA from the professionals at this conference.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support for this project provided by UBC students via the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF).
UBC BizTech Network
A scholarship of $10,000 has been established for a student in the full-time MBA program at the Sauder School of Business.
- Demonstrated interest and leadership in corporate social responsibility, business ethics and/or sustainability.
- Good academic standing.
Consideration is not restricted to only those students taking the sustainability specialization but rather is open to all full-time MBA students in the 2011 class.
Deadline: 8:30am, Wednesday, October 31, 2012.
Awards totaling $2,500 are offered by the Grewal family and friends in loving memory of their son Jimmy Grewal. The awards are for outstanding students at the Sauder School of Business who are passionate about the environment and have a demonstrated record of volunteering and community service.
Deadline for application: 8:30am, Wednesday, October 31, 2012