Law at UBC's Vancouver campus
The Peter A. Allard School of Law is one of Canada’s leading law schools, with a global influence. Innovative researchers, inspiring teachers, and outstanding graduates have established a national reputation and international reach. The Allard School of Law is …
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Biology at UBC's Vancouver campus
(Just Now) The Biology program is designed to provide you with a strong grounding in several sub-fields of biology and the basic practical skills of the working biologist. It will prepare you for graduate school in various biological sciences disciplines as well as for professional schools (medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, law, journalism, etc.).
Microbiology and Immunology
(6 days ago) Law student, The University of British Columbia; UBC stories. One of the most profound supports I received is the work opportunities provided through the Work Learn program and co-op program. I worked on the procurement team of a Vancouver-based biotechnology firm for …
(2 days ago) The Integrated Sciences specialization is designed for highly motivated students whose interests in science cross disciplinary boundaries. The specialization allows you to design your own interdisciplinary course of study that better reflects your interests and can help prepare you for additional study in the health sciences, law, journalism, engineering, or business.
UBC Financial Schedule
(7 days ago) January 7, 2022. Your final residence fee instalment is due. UBC’s Okanagan campus: $4,900 to $5,300 (range based on single-connected and single room rates and an all-Access meal plan) UBC’s Vancouver campus: $4,178 to $5,992 (range based on room type; meal plan is a single rate) January 14, 2022.
Physics at UBC's Vancouver campus
(Just Now) Study at one of the top physics departments in Canada with an outstanding international reputation. Canada’s National Laboratory for Particle and Nuclear Physics, TRIUMF, is located at UBC. Electives offer training for entrance into medicine, law, education, business, or architecture. Visit program website.
Plan your finances
(5 days ago) Part-time employment. Most degrees offer paid co-op placements or internships, and programs like Work Study (UBC Okanagan) and Work Learn (UBC Vancouver) can help you find a job on campus. Part-time employment is not only a way to help finance your university education, but also a chance to gain professional experience and develop critical skills.
(5 days ago) International Relations is the interdisciplinary study of nations and how they interact, from the historical origins of the notion of nationalism to the present political context. You will develop a solid background in related areas of political science, history, sociology, anthropology, economics, and modern languages.
Uncovering your best self
(4 days ago) I’m still obsessed with all things UBC, so the Allard School of Law at UBC Vancouver is my number one choice for law school. What appeals to you about Sociology? I enjoy Sociology because it lets me explore the issues I thought about when I was younger. I was born in Accra, Ghana, grew up in Calgary, and briefly lived in Saudi Arabia as well.
(Just Now) Political Science will increase your understanding of critical issues and developments that affect our lives. Examples of such issues are the nature of power, the causes of conflict, the tensions of Canadian federalism, security in the post-Cold War international system, globalization, critiques of liberal democracy, feminist analysis, democratization, and the rise of Asia.
Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice
(9 days ago) A survey of feminist legal thought and recent developments in feminism and law, with a focus on Canada. GRSJ 307 - Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Popular Culture Critical examination of mainstream and alternative media images of gender, race, and sexuality in the context of networked social media, film, music, and television.
Indigenous students at UBC
(3 days ago) The University works to support Indigenous student academic and personal success through Indigenous-focused programs and services, including the Aboriginal Admission Policy, priority assignment placement in student housing, dedicated financial awards, and culturally relevant programs and services for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students. 48.
Aboriginal students of Canada
(5 days ago) It is important to self-identify as an Aboriginal person of Canada in your UBC application in order to receive information about admissions policies for Indigenous students; Indigenous-specific awards; and culturally unique programs and services for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students.
Complete the application
(7 days ago) If an application is found to contain untrue or incomplete information, UBC may, at its discretion: withdraw an offer of admission; require you to withdraw from UBC; subject you to academic discipline; or share the information provided with other post-secondary institutions, law enforcement agencies, or …
Master of Management Dual Degree
(2 days ago) Past Bachelor and Master of Management Dual Degree graduates have been hired by some of the world’s most innovative organizations in a wide range of industries, either related to their undergraduate backgrounds or on a new path entirely. Others have gone on to further education in dentistry, medicine, law, and other fields. Program graduates
(5 days ago) The Biomedical Engineering program also provides an excellent foundation for graduate studies or professional degrees in medicine, engineering, pharmacy, law, or business. UBC stories In a general way, the best part of this program is the potential we all have to make a change in people’s lives.
(9 days ago) Political Science will develop a set of critical and analytical skills about public affairs. It will furnish students with an understanding of constitutions and the rule of law, limited government, distributive justice, public interest groups, human rights, economic development and the environment, conflict and conflict-resolution.
UBC Tuum Est Experiential Award
(5 days ago) What is the UBC Tuum Est Experiential Award? This award is in the spirit of UBC’s motto, Tuum est, which means, “It’s yours, and it’s up to you.”We’ll guide you through the diversity of exceptional opportunities available to you at UBC, and then provide you with the support – including up to $3,500 in award money – to pursue the endeavour of your choice.
(5 days ago) Degree: Bachelor of Applied Science (Engineering) Length 4 yrs. Co-op Yes. You can combine your studies with full-time, paid work at top local and international organizations. Honours No. You can study intense specialization in a single field. Electrical Engineering consists of three eight-month academic sessions either following first year
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at UBC's Okanagan
(1 days ago) Build the foundational skills needed to pursue a career in business, government, law, and commerce, or to pursue graduate studies in any of the fields of philosophy, politics, or economics. Watch or participate as two debate teams face off on public issues before a panel of judges at the Roger Watts Debate.
Earth and Ocean Sciences
(3 days ago) The Earth and Ocean Sciences specialization can also be tailored to prepare you for entry into graduate programs in a variety of earth sciences disciplines, as well as for medical, law, or journalism school. Program graduates. Environmental hydrogeologist, Hemmera; Geologist, Alamos Gold Inc. PhD student in Mining Engineering, University of Quebec
(6 days ago) The Bachelor of International Economics (BIE) is a distinct four-year, full-time degree offered by the Vancouver School of Economics at UBC with support from UBC Sauder School of Business. This academically rigorous degree provides strong technical training and a broad curriculum that examines topics such as international trade, international finance, and international development.
Business and Computer Science
(8 days ago) The Bachelor of Commerce Combined Major in Business and Computer Science is jointly offered by UBC’s Sauder School of Business and Department of Computer Science. The program is designed to meet the growing demand for graduates needing a strong foundation in Business, Information Management Systems, and Computer Science.
Civil Engineering (Okanagan)
(9 days ago) In Civil Engineering, you’ll build a solid foundation, from the ground up – from soil mechanics and foundation engineering, to the design of structures, roads and transportation networks, river and flood management systems, construction management and law, environmental engineering (water and wastewater networks and treatment plants, air pollution, and waste management), and municipal
(5 days ago) Geological engineers assess the physical landscapes where dams, mines, roads, pipelines, railways, forestry, and other extractive operations are planned. Geological Engineering prepares you for an exciting career that often involves travel and on-site investigations in far-flung locales, as well as exposure to state-of-the-art engineering tools.
French on UBC's Okanagan campus
(8 days ago) Earn a UBC degree respected by employers around the globe, and secure a career as a bilingual educator, community worker development agency worker, or translator. Or continue your education to work in professions such as law, teaching, and international relations.
UBC Bursary Programs
(4 days ago) UBC’s General Bursary program is 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. This program covers most bursaries available to UBC students. If you are entering UBC directly from high school
Environmental Engineering (joint UNBC/UBC)
(3 days ago) Environmental Engineering is a 4.5-year (nine semester) joint degree between UBC and the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC – located in Prince George, BC). Application for admission is made through UNBC. The program starts with a two-year foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, and environmental sciences from UNBC.
Civil Engineering (Vancouver)
(Just Now) Stress and strain, Hooke's law, axially loaded members, torsion, shear forces and bending moments in beams, bending of beams, shear stresses in beams, shear centre, composite members, introduction to elasto-plastic and statically indeterminate problems. EOSC 210 - Earth Science for Engineers.