Presentation Agenda. How do apply to UBC: Choosing the right program for you Self assessment – do I have everything that is needed for admissions? What is the application deadline? What documents are considered official? Wh at happens after I applied? When can I register for courses?
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How to Apply
2. Complete the Housing application
The deadline is May 1st, 2011 the sooner you apply for housing the better, make sure to pick the right campus (UBC Vancouver);
3. Receive student number and email acknowledgement
Please note that all of UBC correspondence to you is primarily done via email, so make sure your email address is always up-to-date and do check it regularly.
You can access your Student Service Centre with you CWL account – here is where you can check your application status and where you can find all of the correspondence UBC sent you.
“Am I admissible?”
English Language Requirement
UBC accepts 9 different tests of English language proficiency that evaluate skills in listening, reading, speaking and writing.
The most commonly submitted are the Test of English as a Foreign-Language (TOEFL) and the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
Please note that UBC will accept test results taken no more than two years before you apply
When is the application due?
Applications have to be submitted by February 28th, 2011
When documents are considered official?
After you apply
After you apply (cont’d)
When & which courses?
You will receive an email from UBC telling you on what day and at what time you will be able to register. In order to register on that day you will have to accept UBC offer through the Student Service Centre and pay CDN $ 500 for the registration deposit;
You should send me all of the courses that you have completed with a short description of what the course covered and I, together with your program director, will work on your UBC study plan;
Good to know