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MASc, PhD, MEng, MEL

Engineering

Focus on research at one of Canada’s leading project-based engineering schools. Individualized attention and industry connections enable your success in Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering.

Graduate Degrees

Graduate studies integrate and advance project learning and interdisciplinary thinking in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering disciplines.

Program Components Duration
MASc Coursework and thesis 18 to 24 months
PhD

Dissertation

36 to 48 months
MEng Coursework
20 to 24 months
MEL Coursework
12 months

The MASc is increasingly viewed as an entry-level degree with many engineering consulting firms due to the specialized nature of many engineering projects. It is also typically a prerequisite to a PhD. MASc programs are designed to meet a student’s needs within the graduate course offerings of the School of Engineering. Students select courses in consultation with their supervisor to suit research or career interests.

The PhD program is designed for engineering graduates who want to magnify their knowledge and skills through rigorous research practices related to civil, mechanical or electrical engineering. The PhD program requires the completion of required coursework, a qualifying examination, the development and defence of a research thesis proposal, and the completion of a research thesis.

The course-based MEng program is designed for engineering graduates who want to advance their careers with further education. The MEng degree program is offered for both full- and part-time students. (Part-time studies are open to domestic students only.) Students select courses in consultation with the program to suit career interests, and requires the approval of the program.

A year can change everything! This 12-month, full-time professional Master's program equips industry specialists with the skills and perspective needed to lead and deliver complex, cross-discipline projects and operational results in natural resource industries. This program is suited to students who wish to pursue their education in Resource Engineering Management beyond the undergraduate level, but who do not wish to pursue a thesis research program. (First offering in 2018, pending final approval by the Ministry of Advanced Education.)


Research & Supervisors

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows can pursue these and other faculty research and teaching interests:

Civil Engineering

  • Applied Microbiology
  • Biological Treatment of Waste and Waste Water
  • Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution
  • Construction Materials
  • Geohazards Assessment and Mitigation
  • Life Cycle Management in Construction
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Structural Design and Strengthening
  • Sustainable Transportation
  • Sustainable Urban Development

Electrical Engineering

  • Digital Systems
  • Electromagnetics
  • Materials
  • Microfabrication
  • Photonics
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Systems
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Systems
  • Sensors
  • Wireless Communications

Mechanical Engineering

  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanics
  • Design and Optimization
  • Dynamics and Vibration
  • Manufacturing
  • Materials
  • Mechatronics and Control
  • MEMS / NEMS
  • Thermofluidics

The success of UBC Okanagan's Engineering Graduate Program depends on exceptional students.

Please touch base with a faculty supervisor before you start the application process. We look forward to hearing about your research interests and career goals.

 
Shahria Alam | Civil Engineering | shahria.alam@ubc.ca | 250.807.9397
Research topics: Smart and green construction materials; innovative structural systems; self-centring structures; seismic rehabilitation; seismic analysis and design
  • Construction Materials
  • Structural Design and Strengthening
Lukas Bichler | Mechanical Engineering | lukas.bichler@ubc.ca | 250.807.8816
Research topics: Advanced characterization of materials; new alloy development; manufacturing processes
  • Manufacturing
  • Materials
Joshua Brinkerhoff | Mechanical Engineering | joshua.brinkerhoff@ubc.ca | 250.807.8238
Research topics: Computational fluid dynamics; instability and transition; natural-gas fluid machinery; turbomachinery aerodynamics; multiphase and environmental flows
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanics
  • Thermofluidics
Kenneth Chau | Electrical Engineering | kenneth.chau@ubc.ca | 250.807.8646
Research topics: Nanophotonics; microscopy; optical sensors
  • Electromagnetics
  • Materials
  • Microfabrication
  • Photonics
  • Sensors
Julian Cheng | Electrical Engineering | julian.cheng@ubc.ca | 250.807.8800
Research topics: Wireless digital communications; statistical signal processing; orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
  • Wireless Communications
Wilson Eberle | Electrical Engineering | wilson.erberle@ubc.ca | 250.807.8630
Research topics: Power electronics; efficient energy conversion for consumer and industrial applications; renewable energy resources; smart-grid technologies
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Systems
Cigdem Eskicioglu | Civil Engineering | cigdem.eskicioglu@ubc.ca | 250.807.8544
Research topics: Bioenergy production from organic waste; wastewater and biosolids treatment; fate of micropollutants; nutrient removal; odour monitoring; pretreatment in advanced biosolids digestion; bioreactor design
  • Applied Microbiology
  • Biological Treatment of Waste and Waste Water
  • Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution
  • Solid Waste Management
Chen Feng | Electrical Engineering | chen.feng@ubc.ca | 250.807.8286
Research topics: Wireless networks; cloud computing; coding theory; information theory
  • Wireless Communications
Ian Foulds | Electrical Engineering | ian.foulds@ubc.ca | 250.807.8431
Research topics: Microfabrication; high throughput microfluidics; biomedical microsystems
  • Microfabrication
  • Sensors
Kasun Hewage | Civil Engineering | kasun.hewage@ubc.ca | 250.807.8176
Research topics: Lifecycle management of construction products and processes; waste management in construction; water-energy-carbon nexus and sustainable neighbourhood development; construction productivity and safety; construction process optimization
  • Life Cycle Management in Construction
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Sustainable Urban Development
Jonathan Holzman | Electrical Engineering | jonathan.holzman@ubc.ca | 250.807.8798
Research topics: Optoelectronics; microsystems; photonics and terahertz technologies
  • Electromagnetics
  • Microfabrication
  • Photonics
  • Sensors
Mina Hoorfar | Mechanical Engineering | mina.hoorfar@ubc.ca | 250.807.8804
Research topics: Proton exchange membrane fuel cells; microfluidic fuel cells; digital microfluidics
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanics
  • MEMS / NEMS
  • Thermofluidics
Jahangir Hossain | Electrical Engineering | jahangir.hossain@ubc.ca | 250.807.9862
Research topics: Cooperative communication systems; cognitive radio systems; hierarchical and multidimensional modulations
  • Digital Systems
  • Wireless Communications
Ahmed Idris | Civil Engineering | ahmed.idris@ubc.ca | 250.807.9809
Research topics: Transportation/transit planning and demand analysis; passengers preferences and choice modelling; revealed/stated preference survey design; geographic information systems; simulation and modelling of transportation systems; intelligent transportation systems
  • Sustainable Transportation
  • Sustainable Urban Development
Thomas Johnson | Electrical Engineering | thomas.johnson@ubc.ca | 250.807.8090
Research topics: Radio frequency power amplifiers; RF power sources; binary time encoders for switch-mode power amplifiers
  • Electromagnetics
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Systems
  • Sensors
  • Wireless Communications
Keekyoung Kim | Mechanical Engineering | keekyoung.kim@ubc.ca | 250.807.8040
Research topics: BioMEMS and lab-on-a-chip; biomaterials and tissue engineering; cellular mechanobiology
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • MEMS / NEMS
Richard Klukas | Electrical Engineering | richard.klukas@ubc.ca | 250.807.8718
Research topics: Signal processing for wireless location; indoor positioning; Wi-Fi positioning; optical positioning techniques
  • Photonics
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Systems
  • Sensors
  • Wireless Communications
Sunny Li | Mechanical Engineering | sunny.li@ubc.ca | 250.807.9578
Research topics: Cooling technologies for electronics; thermal/fluid sciences in sustainable energy systems; fluid instabilities and multiphase flows
  • Computational Mechanics
  • Thermofluidics
Zheng Liu | Civil Engineering | zheng.liu@ubc.ca | 250.807.9970
Research topics: Intelligent sensing, measurement, and instrumentation; diagnostics, prognostics, and health management; condition-based maintenance; computational intelligence and data/information fusion
  • Construction Materials
  • Structural Design and Strengthening
Gordon Lovegrove | Civil Engineering | gord.lovegrove@ubc.ca | 250.807.8717
Research topics: Sustainable community planning and design; transport safety planning
  • Sustainable Transportation
  • Sustainable Urban Development
Loïc Markley | Electrical Engineering | loic.markley@ubc.ca | 250.807.9590
Research topics: Metamaterials; antennas and antenna arrays; passive microwave circuits
  • Digital Systems
  • Electromagnetics
  • Materials
Abbas S. Milani | Mechanical Engineering | abbas.milani@ubc.ca | 250.807.9652
Research topics: Textile composites; material constitutive relations; mathematical methods in modeling engineering materials
  • Computational Mechanics
  • Design and Optimization
  • Dynamics and Vibration
  • Manufacturing
  • Materials
Hadi Mohammadi | Mechanical Engineering | hadi.mohammadi@ubc.ca | 250.807.9920
Research topics: Cardiovascular engineering and technology; cellular and molecular biomechanics; multiscale modeling; CAD/CAM and CAE
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Dynamics and Vibration
  • Materials
Homayoun Najjaran | Mechanical Engineering | homayoun.najjaran@ubc.ca | 250.807.8713
Research topics: Robotic autonomy by localization and mapping; digital microfluidic device control for lab-on-chip applications; analysis of uncertain information
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Mechatronics and Control
  • MEMS / NEMS
Bahman Naser | Civil Engineering | bahman.naser@ubc.ca | 250.807.8464
Research topics: Environmental fluid dynamics; sediment transport; water resources systems
  • Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution
Stephen O’Leary | Electrical Engineering | stephen.oleary@ubc.ca | 250.807.8091
Research topics: Wide band gap III-V semiconductors; disordered semiconductors; microelectronic circuits
  • Materials
  • Sensors
Deborah Roberts | Civil Engineering | deborah.roberts@ubc.ca | 250.807.8722
Research topics: Anaerobic biological treatment of recalcitrant compounds; microecology of treatment processes; applied microbiology
  • Applied Microbiology
  • Biological Treatment of Waste and Waste Water
  • Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution
Ahmad Rteil | Civil Engineering | ahmad.rteil@ubc.ca | 250.807.9626
Research topics: Deterioration and steel corrosion on RC structures; FRP to repair and strengthen RC structures
  • Construction Materials
  • Structural Design and Strengthening
Rehan Sadiq | Civil Engineering | rehan.sadiq@ubc.ca | 250.807.9013
Research topics: Environmental risk analysis; infrastructure management; lifecycle thinking; drinking-water quality management; water-energy nexus; decision-making under uncertainty
  • Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution
  • Geohazards Assessment and Mitigation
  • Life Cycle Management in Construction
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Sustainable Urban Development
Rudolf Seethaler | Mechanical Engineering | rudolf.seethaler@ubc.ca | 250.807.8801
Research topics: Mechatronics for automobiles; electromagnetic valve trains for automobiles; engineering mechanics
  • Design and Optimization
  • Dynamics and Vibration
  • Manufacturing
  • Mechatronics and Control
Sumi Siddiqua | Civil Engineering | sumi.siddiqua@ubc.ca | 250.807.9863
Research topics: Behaviour of unsaturated clay; pore fluid chemistry on clayey material behaviour; underground nuclear waste disposal modeling
  • Geohazards Assessment and Mitigation
  • Solid Waste Management
Dwayne Tannant | Civil Engineering | dwayne.tannant@ubc.ca | 250.807.8067
Research topics: Geotechnical engineering; engineering geology; geohazard assessment; rock support; tunnels, slopes and dams
  • Geohazards Assessment and Mitigation
  • Sustainable Urban Development
Solomon Tesfamariam | Civil Engineering | solomon.tesfamariam@ubc.ca | 250.807.8185
Research topics: Seismic risk assessment of civil infrastructure systems; risk-based decision making; infrastructure management
  • Structural Design and Strengthening
Liwei Wang | Electrical Engineering | liwei.wang@ubc.ca | 250.807.8137
Research topics: Electric Power Systems; high-power electronics; HVDC and FACTS systems; electrical machines and drives
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Systems
Prof. Mina Hoorfar
Research in digital microfluidics
Prof. Abbas Milani
Research advancing composite materials

Students & Theses

Meet Our Students

The Engineering Graduate Students Society (EGSS) keeps members up to date on club activities, organizes academic and recreational events, and conveys student issues to the School of Engineering. Find out more on the EGSS’s Facebook page.

Theses and Dissertations

Search all UBC School of Engineering student publications at cIRcle, the University's digital repository for research and teaching materials.

Hojat Rezaei, Doctoral Candidate
Researching electric fields for health care
Adam Lee, MASc Student
Improving bicycle infrastructure and safety

Admission Requirements

Master of Applied Science Applicants (MASc)

Domestic students admitted to the MASc degree will normally possess a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related area, with a minimum GPA of B+ (76–79%).

Doctoral Applicants (PhD)

Admission to the PhD program for domestic students will normally require the completion of a thesis-based master’s degree in Engineering or a related field. In special circumstances, students who demonstrate exceptional research ability may apply directly to the PhD program upon completion of an undergraduate degree in engineering. Students are also required to meet the minimum standards specified for admission by the UBC Okanagan’s College of Graduate Studies.

Master of Engineering Applicants (MEng)

Domestic students admitted to the MEng degree will normally possess a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related area with a minimum GPA of B+ (76–79%).

Master of Engineering Applicants (MEL)

Students admitted to the MEL program in Resource Engineering Management will normally possess a bachelor's degree in engineering or a related area, with a minimum GPA of B+ (76%). Relevant professional experience is considered a significant asset and should be normally a minimum of three years. Applicants holding a four-year bachelor's degree who do not meet the admissions minimums, but who have had sufficient formal training and relevant professional experience to offset the academic deficiency, may be granted admission on the recommendation of the Associate Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Engineering.

MORE INFORMATION

For program requirements, use the following links to the UBC Okanagan Academic Calendar; the calendar is a comprehensive guide to all programs, courses, services and academic policies at the University of British Columbia: MASc | MEng | MEL | PhD.*

* In case of a discrepancy between this webpage and the UBC Calendar, the UBC Calendar entry will be held to be correct.

Master of Applied Science Applicants (MASc)

International students admitted to the MASc degree will normally possess a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related area, with a minimum GPA of B+ (76–79%). See below for English Language Proficiency requirements.

Doctoral Applicants (PhD)

Admission to the PhD program for international students will normally require the completion of a thesis-based master’s degree in Engineering or a related field. In special circumstances, students who demonstrate exceptional research ability may apply directly to the PhD program upon completion of an undergraduate degree in engineering. See below for English Language Proficiency requirements.

In exceptional cases, applicants who do not meet the requirements stated above, but who have had significant formal training and relevant professional experience, may be granted admission on the recommendation of the Engineering Graduate Program committee and approval of the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies.

Master of Engineering Applicants (MEng)

Full-time international students admitted to the MEng degree will normally possess a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related area with a minimum GPA of B+ (76–79%). Part-time MEng studies are open to domestic students only. See below for English Language Proficiency requirements.

Master of Engineering Applicants (MEL)

Students admitted to the MEL program in Resource Engineering Management will normally possess a bachelor's degree in engineering or a related area, with a minimum GPA of B+ (76%). See below for English Language Proficiency requirements.

Applicants holding a four-year bachelor's degree who do not meet the admissions minimums, but who have had sufficient formal training and relevant professional experience to offset the academic deficiency, may be granted admission on the recommendation of the Associate Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Engineering.

MORE INFORMATION

For program requirements, use the following links to the UBC Okanagan Academic Calendar; the calendar is a comprehensive guide to all programs, courses, services and academic policies at the University of British Columbia: MASc | MEng | MEL | PhD.*

* In case of a discrepancy between this webpage and the UBC Calendar, the UBC Calendar entry will be held to be correct.

English Language Proficiency

Applicants from a university outside Canada in which English is not the primary language of instruction must provide English Language Proficiency. Test scores must have been taken within the last 24 months. Acceptable English language proficiency tests for applicants are:

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): The School of Engineering requires a minimum overall score of 92, with minimum scores of 22 in Reading & Listening and 21 in Writing & Speaking (Internet version); minimum score of 550 (paper version). The TOEFL institution code is 2499.
  • IELTS (International English Language Testing Service): minimum overall band score of 6.5, with no individual component score less than 6.0; or
  • MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery): minimum overall score of 85, with a final score of 3 in the speaking test.

Required Grades and Credential Guide

Grades and degree credentials required by UBC vary by country. Search the Required Grades and Credential Guide—a guide to assist international students in estimating their eligibility.

International Advisors

An international student advisor can answer questions about immigration, medical insurance and the transition to UBC's Okanagan campus in Kelowna, BC. Visit the International Programs and Services website to meet the team.


Tuition & Funding

UBC Okanagan’s tuition and fees compare favourably with universities of the same high calibre. 

Tuition

Program Schedule Domestic (per year) International (per year)
MASc Full-time $4,707.66 $8,270.55
PhD Full-time $4,707.66 $8,270.55
MEng Full-time
Part-time
$5,721.99
$3,372.03
$18,350.58
N/A
MEL Full-time $28,090.80 $48,801.40

Tuition is paid three times a year at the beginning of each term, and on the first day of the term, as per the Academic Calendar: Winter Term 1, Winter Term 2, and Summer Term.

For detailed tuition and fees information, use the following links to the UBC Okanagan Academic Calendar; the calendar is a comprehensive guide to all programs, courses, services and academic policies at the University of British Columbia: Standard Master's Degree | MEng | Doctoral.*

* In case of a discrepancy between this webpage and the UBC Calendar, the UBC Calendar entry will be held to be correct.

The School of Engineering has a number of graduate research (RA) and teaching assistantships (TA) available. Talk to your supervisor about research grants, as well as award and scholarship opportunities.

Assistantships

Teaching Assistantships (TA): Providing financial support, TAs allow graduate students to develop skills in teaching, supervision, facilitation and student assessment. TAs may lead seminars, help teach undergraduate courses, or assist in student evaluations and marking. TAs are mentored both from their supervisor and via the Centre for Teaching and Learning.

Research Assistantships (RA): As a paid research assistant, RA students assist their supervisor or other researchers in conducting high-level research, which often contributes to the student's thesis. RAs are typically funded by the supervisor's external grants, contracts or other sources of funding.

Engineering Grants

Engineering students are exclusively eligible for the School’s Graduate Student Conference Travel competitive grant. Six awards (valued at $2,000 each) support graduate student travel for conferences. Eligible expenses include conference registration, accommodation, travel and food. Application deadlines are:

  • Jan. 15: For conference travel between January and April (two awards)
  • May 15: For conference travel between May and August (two awards)
  • Sept. 15: For conference travel between September and December (two awards)

Funded by the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship program, UBC Okanagan’s School of Engineering is leading a four-year interdisciplinary project that could change the way transport infrastructure is managed around the world. Over the next four years, the interdisciplinary project will enable 24 graduate students, 16 undergraduate interns, and 20 international graduate students to jointly work on sustainable transportation infrastructure in Canada and the South Asia Region.

Scholarships & Awards

UBC Awards: The College of Graduate Studies administers merit-based graduate awards at the Okanagan campus. The College manages a number of award competitions each year and administers payment of all internal awards and selected external awards. 

External Awards: All prospective graduate students (Domestic and International) should explore and apply for external awards and fellowships, including awards offered by Canada’s three research councils: CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC.

 

Graduate scholarships and awards may also be available from foundations, private companies or foreign governments (check with your country’s education authority).


How to Apply

Find a Supervisor

Admission to the MSc and PhD degree programs requires the support of a research supervisor as well as meeting program-specific criteria for admission requirements. Please contact our faculty before starting your application.

MEng and MEL candidates do not have to contact a professor before applying.

A complete application package will contain:

  • Statement of intent or purpose
  • Online application and application fee
  • Official transcripts for all post-secondary institutions attended
  • English language test (for non-native speakers of English)
  • CV or resumé
  • Three reference forms or letters

Applying takes time. We recommend you start your application two months in advance.

For full consideration students should submit all application materials by the following:

Intake Application Deadline
Domestic applicants
September January 31
January June 2
May October 1
International applicants
September January 31
January June 2
May October 1

UBC's Okanagan Campus

The University of British Columbia is a global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the 40 best universities in the world. In Engineering graduate programs at UBC's Okanagan campus, you gain all the benefits of attending a globally respected university while studying in a close-knit learning community.

UBC Okanagan

UBC's Okanagan campus borders the dynamic city of Kelowna, a hub of economic development with a population of more than 150,000 people—one of the fastest-growing populations in Canada. In fact, the Okanagan Valley is rated one of the best communities in Canada to grow your business.

More than 160 buses travel daily from campus to key locations such as Kelowna's cultural district and thriving downtown waterfront. The campus is two minutes from the Kelowna International Airport, one of the Top 10 busiest airports in Canada.

UBC Okanagan is situated within the First Nations territory of the Okanagan Nation, whose spirit of stewardship for the land is reflected in the university's respect for sustainability

A diverse natural region with sandy beaches, beautiful farms, vineyards and orchards, and snow-capped mountains, the Okanagan Valley features sweeping stretches of lakeside and endless mountain trails for biking and hiking.

Check out this 360-degree video: Kelowna From Above*.

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Full-time UBC Okanagan graduate students can live in residence, which offers modern living with easy access to academic and personal support. Residences are surrounded by hiking and biking trails, plus panoramic views of the campus and valley.

The Student Residence website includes helpful information about Important Dates for living on campus, plus options and resources for Living Off Campus.

Kelowna Off Campus Student Housing is a public Facebook group that shares notes about housing options, finding roommates, and vacancies in Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley.*

* UBC does not verify or endorse information shared on this third-party website, which is offered here as a public resource only.

Join the club! Make friends with similar interests, stay informed, and organize or participate in academic and recreational events in the Engineering Graduate Students Society.

Various orientation events help graduate students to explore, discover and learn about the School of Engineering, UBC Okanagan, and living in the Okanagan Valley.

Stay active. Take advantage of the many opportunities to get involved and play—from workout space in the new Hangar Fitness and Wellness Centre and our 1,561 square-metre gymnasium, to athletic courts, intramurals, fitness classes and nationally ranked varsity athletics. Have a ball in Sports and Recreation.

Relax. The Graduate Collegium is a gathering place where grad students can hang out, eat lunch, spend time with their fellow students, and attend or host special events. The lounge-style room is open seven days and week and is outfitted with comfortable furniture, kitchen facilities, and individual and group-work spaces.

The College of Graduate Studies is your hub for administrative support and such things as graduate workshops for professional development and for assisting you from the admissions process through to your graduation

The Library's Centre for Scholarly Communication (CSC) supports graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, staff and faculty in disseminating their research. The CSC provides one-on-one consultations and workshops, including writing support for theses, dissertations, journal articles and grant proposals.

The Centre for Teaching and Learning provides support related to teaching, TA training and use of technology in educational programming.

Career Development

With a master’s or doctoral degree from UBC’s School of Engineering, graduates are well-positioned to meet the requirements for membership in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC).

The licensing and regulatory body responsible for BC’s professional engineers and geoscientists, APEGBC is charged with protecting public safety in BC by setting and maintaining high standards of professional practice and ethical conduct for its members and licensees.

Member benefits include professional development and employment resources.

Career Services

Map out your future and prepare to hit the ground running with resources and services provided by the Advising & Involvement Centre.

Tell your story with resumé and cover-letter strategies, and search Work Study jobs for experience relevant to your degree and career goals. You can also book an appointment to meet one-on-one with our career advisor.

alumni UBC

alumni UBC is a member-driven association that offers a variety of lifetime programming and communications to enrich the lives of UBC graduates.

The 'Your Next Step' program offers webinars, speaker series and professional development sessions. It is designed to provide advice, tips and resources in areas of career development to graduates for life after university.

Realize the promise of a global community with shared ambition for a better world and an exceptional UBC.

Inquire

Shannon Hohl
Graduate Studies Administration Assistant
250.807.8650
shannon.hohl@ubc.ca

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