Clubs for academics, sports, and other extra-curricular activities to find friends with similar interests and build interpersonal skills.
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Help with coursework, assignments, exam reviews and more.
Prepare for next steps for graduation with this program developed for UBC Science students.
Career events and workshops to build skills and gain tips for student employment and working towards career goals.
UBC job board with part-time and full-time positions for current students and recently graduated students.
Open to CPSC students in all year levels. Discover career options and participate with mentors in activities like job shadowing, career fairs, and industry panels.
A guide for the course registration system, financial questions, UBC records (eg: transcripts), final exam schedule and related questions, and graduation.
Volunteer and paid roles in residence life, reading week activities, AMS clubs, leadership opportunities and so much more.
Hands-on research and study opportunities at UBC's partner institutions around the world.
Planning to graduate this year? Be informed about graduation requirements, ceremony details, and more.
Part of the value of your BSc degree is how you design your time here. Check out these stories from BSc graduates and where their degrees have taken them.
Peer feedback regarding the Integrated Sciences application essays and course selections, and sharing academic and volunteering opportunities.
Learn about the different kinds of minors that Science students can undertake as part of their BSc degree.
A conference for UBC undergraduate students to showcase their research.
Federal funding for professors to hire students to work on research-related jobs and projects.
Registration dates, add/drop dates, transfer credits,and the registration process.
Mentoring program for undergrad students interested in getting into research. Wraps up with presentation at a UBC undergrad research conference.
Learn more and get experience during your degree to build your skills and prepare for life after graduation.
Hear how Dr. Jared Stang, Amanda and Andy first got into research as undergraduate students with minimal experience.
UBC Science Co-op offers paid job placements with local and international employers from diverse industries.