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Last updated August, 2019
Exchange in Semester One 2021 - Applications for UBC are invited from 03 September 2019. Places will be allocated on a first in first served basis.
The University of British Columbia offer hundreds of programmes in two campuses.
- Commerce students nominated to the Sauder School of Business will be allowed to take a full course load in commerce at UBC and will be given preference when applying to commerce courses on exchange. Places in the Sauder School of Business are limited. Please check with the Exchange Adviser whether you can be nominated to UBC’s School of Business.
- Law students nominated to the Faculty of Law will be allowed to take a full course load in Law at UBC and will be given preference when applying to Law courses on exchange. Places in the Faculty of Law are limited. Please check with the Exchange Adviser whether you can be nominated to UBC’s Faculty of Law.
- Students nominated to the other faculties may be able to take up to two courses at either the Sauder School of Business or at the Faculty of Law, but this is not guaranteed. Applications will be assessed by UBC on a case by case basis.
- Academic Year: September - April
- Fall Term: September - December
- Winter Term: January - April
- UBC Academic Calendar
Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements
- Minimum Course Load: 9 Credits per semester
- Maximum Course Load: 15 Credits per semester
Accommodation and the Cost of Living
UBC is not able to guarantee on-campus housing to exchange students. The greatest effect will be on single-semester students in Term 1 (September to December). Spaces in on-campus housing will be allocated using a lottery system. Support will be given to those students who are not offered spaces in on-campus housing as they search for accommodations off-campus.
Estimated Cost of Living
2020-2021 estimated expenses per semester: CDN $10,000 – 12,000/term
Student Visa and Insurance
- UBC 2019 S1 BA LING PSYC SB
- UBC 2019 S1 LLB & BCom FINC HM
- UBC 2018 S2 BSc INFO SL
- UBC 2018 S2 BSc INFO ZF
- UBC 2017 S2 BPhEd PHSE PSYC JM
- UBC 2017 S2 BSc GEOG ZI
- UBC 2016 S2 BPhyEd LT
- UBC 2016 S2 BCom ACCT FINC PB
- UBC 2016 S2 BAppSci AQFI BH
- UBC 2016 S1 BA PSYC TS (232K PDF format)
- UBC 2016 S1 LLB BA PSYC SB (749K PDF format)
- UBC 2016 S2 LLB BA PHIL SN (410K PDF format)
The University, City and Region
The University of British Columbia (UBC), established in 1908, is one of Canada’s leading research universities and is consistently ranked among the top 40 in the world. The university attracts 54,000 students from across Canada and 140 countries around the world to two major campuses.
Vancouver is the largest campus. It boasts some of the city's best attractions and recreation facilities, including the Museum of Anthropology, the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts , the UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research , and endless opportunities to explore forested trails in the adjoining 763-hectare Pacific Spirit Regional Park.
The second campus is in the dynamic Southern Interior city of Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley. UBC Okanagan, open since 2005, provides an intimate learning community in the spectacular wine-growing region of British Columbia.
The City of Vancouver and Region
Surrounded by water on three sides and nestled alongside the Coast Mountain Range, Vancouver is the largest city in the province of British Columbia with over half a million residents and one of the mildest climates in Canada. Home to spectacular natural scenery and a bustling metropolitan core, whether just relaxing in a park or bike riding around the seawall, there is always something to do in Vancouver.
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