Summer Programs

Vancouver International Summer Business Program

UBC Sauder School of Business has been offering the Vancouver International Summer Business Program (VISBP) since 2001. The four-week program provides an opportunity for undergraduate students from Singapore Management University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, to learn about Canadian culture and business firsthand through social activities, classes and intercultural business workshops.

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Vancouver Summer Program

The Vancouver Summer Program (VSP), not to be confused with VISBP as described above, is a four week academic program offered at the University of British Columbia, Canada for cohorts of international students. The program provides the opportunity for cooperating universities to organize groups of students to take two academic courses in various UBC faculties, including UBC Sauder School of Business. Individual applicants may also apply. Learn more about the UBC Sauder School, tour our facilities, and discover Vancouver. Check UBC's VSP website for program dates, available course packages, application, social activities, costs, and all other program details.

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European Summer Program

Sauder School of Business students have been participating in the European Summer Program since 2001.  This five-week program offered through the Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester provides the opportunity to study with one of the top business schools in Europe, while visiting England, France, Spain and the Czech Republic. The European Summer Program is a must for students interested in EU development and European business practices.

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UBC Sauder - Strathmore SMC Summer Business Program

As part of a partnership agreement completed in August 2015 between the two schools, a group of undergraduate students from the School of Management and Commerce at Strathmore University (SMC) in Nairobi, Kenya will be visiting UBC Sauder from May 28 to June 4, 2016. The group will be led by their Dean, Dr. David Wang’ombe. The SMC students will participate in a business program to include lectures from UBC Sauder faculty, tours of UBC facilities and visits to leading Vancouver companies. They will also have several opportunities to meet and interact with UBC Sauder students and will give a presentation about how business is conducted in Kenya. It is expected that this will be the first of a series of exchange visits between the two schools.