Take your place at UBC alongside top students from across Canada and around the world. Together you’ll challenge the status quo and push boundaries as you live and learn in a beautiful, inspiring setting.
Find out what prompted UBC Sauder School of Business student Arielle Lynn to make the leap from Mississauga to Vancouver.
"My entire UBC experience has been an adventure! One of the fantastic things about moving far away is you not only get the new experience of being at university, but also the opportunity to explore a new city."Read more
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Pursue the undergraduate subjects you’re most passionate about and get a postgraduate qualification from UBC Sauder School of Business, one of the world’s most prestigious business schools – all in just four-and-a-half years.
Equip yourself with artistic, technical, and analytical skills to gain understanding of new media and the impact of technological innovation on our interactions and in our society. Media studies combines coursework from several areas, including computer science, creative writing, digital humanities, history, media studies, and visual arts.
You can complete either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Sciences in Psychology, with the option to complete an honours degree with a specialization in Forensic Psychology. Advanced courses give you the opportunity to apply your education to real-life situations, and carry out the practical application of research methods for planning and carrying out program evaluations.
The UBC and Sciences Po four-year, dual-degree program gives you the chance to earn two bachelor’s degrees and the opportunity to study in both Canada and France. In this extraordinary academic opportunity you’ll learn through global experience and informed reflection on international comparisons.
Study sustainability planning, forest sciences, climate change, and more. Learn about about planning and managing urban green spaces and ecosystems for human welfare, ecological health, and the protection of our cities’ support systems.
UBC’s programs are consistently ranked among the best in the world and a UBC degree opens doors and commands respect internationally – but it doesn’t come at an out-of-reach cost. Find your tuition fees and determine how they compare with other Canadian institutions over the full four years of your degree.
Looking for a fresh start, Ben Dunn drove across the country, from Toronto to UBC's Okanagan campus in Kelowna – discovering himself, and his passions, along the way.
"I wanted a big change, and the opportunity to live and study in a beautiful province like British Columbia really spoke to me. I would be surrounded by nature, meeting new people, trying new things. I really wanted that."Read more
Life on UBC’s Okanagan campus is shaped by Kelowna’s fast-growing economy, the natural beauty of the Okanagan Valley, and some of the best weather in Canada. Immerse yourself in one of North America’s most scenic cities, or enjoy year-round escapes to one of the region’s 300 trails or 250 lakes. With small class sizes, unique campus-city partnerships, and more than 1,200 research projects underway, UBC’s Okanagan campus makes it easy to plug into a close-knit community of educators, emerging scholars, and innovative entrepreneurs.
Surrounded by temperate rainforest, majestic coastal mountains, and the Pacific Ocean, UBC’s Vancouver campus is just 20 minutes from Vancouver’s city centre. That means you can bike in one of the largest urban parks in North America, wander through galleries and museums, and sample international cuisine – all in the same day, without leaving the city. Given Vancouver’s vibrant culture, dynamic economy, and favourable climate, it’s easy to see why this Olympic city is consistently rated one of the best places to live in the world.