International Student Advising
For any questions regarding immigration to Canada, work visas, study visas, etc, please contact the International Student Advising office, who have trained staff ready to help via email, scheduled appointments, and drop-ins.
UBC Centre for Accessibility
The Centre for Accessibility facilitates disability-related accommodations and programming initiatives designed to remove barriers for students with disabilities and ongoing medical conditions. To request accommodation, please visit their website.
An academic concession may be granted for a student when an unexpected situation or circumstance prevents them from completing graded work or exams, whether this is a health concern, a conflicting responsibility, a family emergency, etc. Click the link above to learn more.
The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students
In order to guarantee that students are treated fairly and can study, work, and live in a fair, equitable, and respectful environment, the Office of the Ombudsperson for Students collaborates with members of the UBC community. You can get private advice and conflict resolution for academic issues from the UBC Ombuds Office. The office, which is jointly sponsored by the AMS, GSS, and UBC, reports to the President and serves as a confidential, unbiased, and independent resource for UBC students.
Experiential Learning Hub
UBC Applied Science’s Experiential Learning Hub (E-Hub) is designed to give students an edge in a constantly evolving job market through involvement in a variety of action-based programs and workshops.
Here, students can discover and connect with hands-on learning opportunities that allow them to forge professional networks, enhance written and verbal communication skills, and upgrade their emotional intelligence and inclusive leadership abilities.