ABOUT US

Promoting a better understanding of Chinese and Canadian business cultures.

What We Do

UBC BizChina bridges a connection between Chinese and Canadian business cultures, hosting large-scale business conferences, information sessions, and networking events for students with a focus on Chinese business ethics and customs. Our club hopes to cultivate an environment rich in diversity, while simultaneously facilitating connections with experienced professionals through our events.

Achievements

Founded in 2011, UBC BizChina has been steadily expanding, with our most recent accomplishment in 2018, as the recipient of the prestigious CUS Top Club Award. Our club has hosted countless successful events, providing opportunities for students to further their knowledge in topics such as Blockchain, Wealth Management, Chinese Business Etiquette with a focus on Western and Chinese perspectives. BizChina takes pride in being the most prominent UBC organization dedicated to educating students on the thriving Chinese markets and the only organization affiliated with the UBC Sauder School of Business that serves this function.

In 2019, UBC BizChina Club is placing a heavier emphasis on engaging students of non-Chinese descent, as well as bringing more opportunities to our members in the form of workshops and internship opportunities, notably the Noah Fellowship Program, a wealth management internship for select students in Hong Kong. We hope to do so with the help of our various sponsors including National Bank, HSBC, Asia Pacific Foundation and many others. 

Mission

Founded in 2011, UBC BizChina has been steadily expanding, with our most recent accomplishment in 2018, as the recipient of the prestigious CUS Top Club Award. Our club has hosted countless successful events, providing opportunities for students to further their knowledge in topics such as Blockchain, Wealth Management, Chinese Business Etiquette with a focus on Western and Chinese perspectives. BizChina takes pride in being the most prominent UBC organization dedicated to educating students on the thriving Chinese markets and the only organization affiliated with the UBC Sauder School of Business that serves this function.

In 2019, UBC BizChina Club is placing a heavier emphasis on engaging students of non-Chinese descent, as well as bringing more opportunities to our members in the form of workshops and internship opportunities, notably the Noah Fellowship Program, a wealth management internship for select students in Hong Kong. We hope to do so with the help of our various sponsors including National Bank, HSBC, Asia Pacific Foundation and many others.