UBCDecember 7, 2020 2021-05-31 13:30
The University of British Columbia’s Vancouver campus is located at the western tip of the Point Grey Peninsula in the city of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada.More than 400 hectares in size, the stunning campus is surrounded by forest on three sides and ocean on the fourth, and is just a 30 minute bus ride to Vancouver's downtown core.
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UBC offers more than 60,000 undergraduate and graduate students an unrivalled choice of degree programs at our two campuses and affiliated teaching hospitals. UBC provide a wide range of choices for learners at all stages of their careers, and our commitment to student engagement and success has made us a leader in applying learning research to improve teaching practice.
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Yael Cohen - Philanthropist and entrepreneur Yael Cohen got her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UBC in 2008.
Rick Hansen - He earned his Bachelor of Education from UBC in 1986, and was the first person with a physical disability to graduate with a degree in physical education from the university.
Justin Trudeau - Justin Trudeau followed in his father’s footsteps when he entered politics, and again when he became the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada, in 2015.
Bjarni Tryggvason - Bjarni Tryggvason is the only UBC alum to travel into outer space
What UBC look for in an undergraduate applicant
What we look for?
UBC considers your grades in all Grade 11 (junior level) and Grade 12 (senior level) classes, paying special attention to courses that relate to the degree you’re applying to. Specifically:
- We look at your grades in all academic courses
- We look at your grades in courses that fall under key subject categories related to your chosen degree.
- We look at your grades in key courses.
The Personal Profile is a crucial section in your UBC application. This is your chance to tell us about the things that are important to you, your significant achievements, what you’ve learned from your experiences, and the challenges you’ve overcome. It’s our chance to determine whether you’re a good fit for UBC and if you’ll receive an entrance scholarship