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Bachelor of Management Online Student Resources
Find information related to the delivery of your program in 2020W, online learning resources, and connect with the Faculty of Management community.
Key Undergraduate Resources
Student Learning Hub
UBC Okanagan’s Student Learning Hub is a one-stop-shop for all undergraduate learning supports and resources. From math and science tutoring to in person peer writing support, this space is your go-to for academic support throughout the year.
We encourage all students to meet with an academic advisor on a regular basis to ensure that they are on track throughout their program studies. Advisors are an invaluable resource and can help explain the academic requirements for your program, interpret academic policies and procedures, and support you in developing your program plans.
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The Okanagan campus is a tight-knit community where getting involved is readily available for all students no matter your interest. Whether finding a club or association, a new sport, or exploring volunteer opportunities, there’s a myriad of ways to connect on campus.
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Faculty of Management Librarian
Get in touch with the Faculty of Management subject librarian to get help early and often with your studies.
To help you with your credit selections, review the course planning page for current students.
The following Bachelor of Management student forms are available for various student requests. Please select the correct form, fill it out in full, and email it, along with supporting documentation (if required) to the Academic Programs Office (email@example.com) as soon as possible.
The following Management student forms are available for various student requests.
Awards, Scholarships and Prizes
UBC Faculty of Management students may be eligible for a variety of undergraduate awards, bursaries, scholarships and research supports.
Scholarships and Prizes
Merit-based awards, such as scholarships and prizes, are offered mainly based on your academic achievement. Scholarships and prizes are made available through funding by the University as well as donations made by individuals and organizations.
Students are generally considered for scholarships based on their academic achievement in the preceding school year. They then receive the scholarship at the beginning of the next Winter session. Scholarships are applied to outstanding tuition first.
Visit the Awards and Financial Support Office site for details of opportunities.
Robert B. Harris Award in Management
Launched in 2017 for students entering fourth-year in the Faculty of Management at UBC’s Okanagan campus. The purpose of the award is to encourage the development of future leaders who may make a significant contribution to Canadian business and to Canada. The award will be given to a student who has demonstrated academic strength, an exceptional work ethic and leadership in the classroom, campus and/or community.
Bursaries are non-repayable awards that are designed to help fill your “unmet need,” which is the gap between (1) your assessed educational and living costs and (2) your available government assistance and expected financial contributions. There are many types of bursaries available.
Visit the Awards and Financial Support Office for details on eligibility.
UBC’s Faculty of Management encourages undergraduate research. There are times when award or grant opportunities come up that support undergraduate research, and details will be posted below as they become available.
|International Undergraduate Research Award||February 21, 2020 at 4 p.m.||IURA Terms
IURA Application Form
|Mary Butterfield, Senior Advisor – Research
Experiential Education & Extracurricular Opportunities
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 and extra-curricular experiences such as student competitions.
Student Run Clubs and Associations
The Management Students’ Association (MSA) is a student-run non-for-profit organization at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan Campus. The MSA works in partnership with the Faculty of Management, UBC Okanagan Students’ Union, and a number other on/off campus organizations to provide extra-curricular opportunities to more than 850 management students on campus. The MSA’s mission is to “Create Experiences that Inspire” our members.
The Accounting Club’s main purpose is to educate students on the CPA program, the recruitment process, and what a career in accounting is all about, all while having a little fun! Whether you are interested in a career in accounting and looking for more information or you just want to join us for a few social events, everyone is welcome!
The UBCO Consulting Club is a new student run organization that supports consulting as a career and gives students another opportunity to gain experience in and learn more about the industry. Our goal is to develop healthy and professional development opportunities for UBCO students and to act as a center of untapped talent for firms recruiting in the Okanagan. The UBCO Consulting Club aims to constantly create opportunities for its members and bridge the gap between firms and all UBCO faculties.
The Entrepreneurship Club’s goal is to connect those with entrepreneurial spirit and inspire one another to take educated risks in the business world.
The UBCO HR Club helps connect students to current HR professionals and job opportunities in the Okanagan. This group is open to Faculty of Management students that are interested in Human Resources.
The UBC Okanagan Marketing Club aims to educate, support, and facilitate management students’ interactions with and exploration of everything marketing. Through our events and online presence, we create an encouraging setting that provides students with another opportunity to connect what they are doing in the classroom with the marketing industry and the community.
The Portfolio Management Group’s purpose is to provide students with knowledge in investment management, develop practical investing skills, and gain experience by applying these skills in the markets. Our goal is to help students that are interested in a career in the financial services industry by providing support, resources, and opportunities so that they can be successful in their careers.
Toastmasters International is a student run organization that teaches MGMT students the fundamentals of public speaking, professional confidence, and leadership. This weekly club assists you as you go through the Toastmasters International program.