Do You Have a Dependent Child Thinking of Attending UBC?

When your dependent child progresses from high school to post-secondary education, it can be an exciting, overwhelming and confusing time for you and your child.

Deciding on which post-secondary institution to attend can require extensive research, review and comparison and personal reflection on values, interests and career possibilities. It is also important to understand details such as the application process for the institutions that make your list.

UBC staff and faculty who are parents of children thinking of attending UBC are invited to attend a UBC Undergraduate Admissions information session to learn more about UBC’s student application process and timelines.

This session will be led by two UBC Admission Advisors, and you will learn about UBC’s application, personal profile, document requirements and decision timelines. There will also be plenty of time to answer your questions.

Please note that graduate or professional programs (e.g. law, medicine and dentistry) will not be discussed as the focus will be on undergraduate studies.

UBC Undergraduate Admissions Information Session

  • Date:  Tuesday, December 12, 2017
  • Time:  12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Location:  Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, Room 155
  • RSVP:  justin.ohearn@ubc.ca with subject line “Undergraduate Admissions Information Session”

Note: This session is open to UBC staff and faculty. Spouses of staff and faculty are not eligible to attend unless they are a UBC staff/faculty member.

Tuition Waiver Support

UBC supports the wellbeing of you and your family by providing tuition assistance for eligible courses at UBC. Depending on your employee group and appointment details, your dependent child may be eligible for the Tuition Waiver Benefit.

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