Experiential Education Opportunities
Experiential Education activities within the Bachelor of Management program are currently under review by the Faculty of Management to improve the student experience. This may result in changes to some of the activities below.
At the Faculty of Management, you’ll have an opportunity to shape your degree and be further challenged to apply knowledge, build networks, develop skills, and enhance learning through designed and supported experiential education experiences.
Opportunities such as our annual Live Case Challenge, Entrepreneur Bootcamp, and the Capstone projects will give you a chance to research, analyze and develop recommendations to address a particular challenge provided by a community partner. In the process, you’ll gain hands-on experience that not only builds your confidence but also boosts your resume and prospects for after graduation.
Looking to gain work experience and advance transferable skills? Consider building your resume through the Co-op Education Program and find connections that will assist you in identifying and further advancing your personal and professional goals.
The final graduating requirement for UBC’s Faculty of Management students is the completion of MGMT 490 – Capstone Service Learning and Consulting course. This course challenges students to apply the knowledge and skills they learned throughout their degree to real world problems.
Build your career confidence through Co-op Education and explore work experience that challenges and inspires you. Explore where you can enrich your learning and benefit from a workplace experience.
Entrepreneur Boot Camp
Students pitch a business idea they are truly passionate about to a panel of experienced entrepreneurs and compete to win one of two cash prizes that will allow them to grow their company.
Live Case Challenge
Third-year students taking MGMT 360 must tackle one local organization’s complex opportunity. As the clock ticks, teams apply all of their management learning and use skills in a range of management areas to develop the solutions they will present to expert judges. Only the best will advance to the finals, with the top team receiving the prestigious Argus Cup and a $5,000 prize.