If you are planning on applying to UBC, it is important to figure out early what the admission requirements are and what you need to apply. Requirements for admission vary depending on where you attended high school, which UBC campus you hope to attend, and which degree you’re applying to.
Meeting UBC’s admission requirements
There are three parts to meeting the admission requirements when applying to UBC:
- You need to meet the English Language Admission Standard.
- You need to meet the general admission requirements.
- You need to meet the degree-specific requirements. Degree-specific requirements include prerequisites, supplemental applications, portfolios, and audition requirements.
So how do you find out what your degree-specific requirements are?
To find out what your degree-specific prerequisite requirements are, go to the requirements page that applies to you: Canadian high school students, International high school students or International Baccalaureate students.
Here, you can choose the campus you are applying to, select where you attended high school (if applicable) and select the degree that you are applying to, to get a list of your prerequisite requirements.
In addition to prerequisites, some degrees require additional application materials, such as portfolios or auditions. If you’re applying to any of these degrees, a supplemental application or additional materials may be required.
Log into UBC’s Applicant Service Centre and start the online application process to find out what degree-specific materials you need to include in your application.
Contact us and we can help you find your degree-specific requirements.