Career opportunities

Prepare for an immersive experience with UVic's Master in Management program. We are with you every step of the way. We are here to help you better understand how to shape your career path based on your unique experience, knowledge and interests.

We appreciate there is no clear path forward for graduates of non-business degrees. This became the rationale for UVic tailoring our own Master in Management program. Over a 12-month duration, we work closely with students to provide hands-on support and resources required to navigate existing and emerging career paths. Integrating this support throughout the program with dedicated staff, intensive work experience, and our mentoring program is the key to creating desirable candidates. Our mission is to support our students in realizing viable career options and fostering real-world connections while applying a sustainable lens to business.

Learn more about our Gustavson Mentor Program.

Work experience

The Master in Management program includes mandatory work experience. The requirements include:

Business community

Don’t just listen to us. We couldn’t have designed this program without our business community. Hear from them on why a Master in Management program is critical to our future workforce.

‘Our organizations sees value in having students with graduate training in management skills, as we look for diverse graduates who not only have technical training, but can also demonstrate the ‘human skills’ of self-awareness, adaptability, relationship management, team work, ethical judgement and cultural awareness, that are so important for success now and in the future.’
Frank Low
Community Manager, RBC

‘The Masters in Management program would serve very well as a bridge for students that have an undergraduate degree to consider careers in management and business within the indigenous community, government and corporate context.’
Patrick Kelly
Leq’á:mel First Nation

‘The UVic Master in Management program addresses not only our local needs but key global trends as the labour market increasingly looks for graduates with skills including cognitive flexibility, emotional intelligence, creativity and complex problem-solving.’
Nichola Reddington
City of Victoria