For high school counsellors

We want high school counsellors like you to feel ready and equipped to advise your students on all things UBC. Get important dates and deadlines delivered directly to your inbox with the UBC Updates newsletter, download the latest Undergraduate Viewbook, or connect with us in person at an event in your area.

UBC Updates newsletter

Interested in keeping up with UBC? Find everything you need to advise your students on admissions, options, and resources on both campuses in the UBC Updates newsletter. This regular e-newsletter highlights important dates, deadlines, events, and updates from September to June.

 

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UBC Undergraduate Viewbook

Learn more about UBC’s two distinctive campuses, explore the wide range of degree programs and specializations, and get a sense of the University’s admission requirements and application process in this year’s Viewbook.

 

2020 UBC Undergraduate Viewbook
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UBC counsellor information days

Get admission updates from UBC and let us know how we can support you and your students.

 

Please note: Due to the current outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus), we have made the difficult decision to cancel many of our in-person events. We’re still looking forward to meeting you, so we’ve moved a number of these events online instead. Please review the table below to find out more about our digital sessions.

Event Date Time Registration
Resources for Indigenous students May 8, 2020 1:00-2:00 p.m. PDT Log in to the Future Student Portal and check the “Off campus” and “Online” tabs on the Tours and events page

Counsellor resources

Learn more about UBC’s undergraduate application process, how we evaluate applications, and important information and deadlines to help you advise your students.

UBC event presentations

UBC is a vibrant and international university which ranks in the top 40 worldwide. Discover information about new programs, admission facts and figures, and pathways to enter UBC.

Read UBC’s counsellor presentation (BC) >>

Read UBC’s counsellor presentation (ON) >>

Read UBC’s counsellor presentation (AB) >>

Read UBC’s counsellor presentation (other Canadian provinces) >>

Read UBC’s counsellor presentation for Indigenous students >>

Personal Profile questions

personal profile, ubc application

Meeting UBC’s minimum general and degree-specific requirements does not guarantee that a student will receive an offer. That’s where the Personal Profile section of our online application comes in. This is a student’s chance to tell us about their life and accomplishments, and what those experiences have taught them.

See UBC’s Personal Profile questions >>

How we evaluate applications

A competitive university like UBC receives more applications than can be accommodated. We wish we could admit all qualified applicants, but we just don’t have the space.

Find out how UBC evaluates applications >>