UBC is committed to supporting research by graduate and undergraduate students in all academic disciplines. A number of resources are available to support student research and related opportunties.
- If you are a UBC graduate student seeking a research opportunity at an institution in another country, or if you are a graduate student at a foreign institution wishing to conduct research at UBC, please visit our International Engagement section for information on funding and logistics.
- If you would like to learn more about student exchanges between UBC and partner institutions, please contact the Go Global program.
- For questions about joint degree programs, contact Grace Wong, Assistant Dean International, Sauder School of Business and Senior Advisor International, Office of the Provost and VP Academic, at (604) 822-8546.
- If you are interested in studying at UBC as an international student, please visit the Connections for Life program for information.
- Current international students can find a full range of support and advice through UBC Student Services, including information for international students who are new to UBC. International student advisors and peer advisors can be found through the Go Global program.
- International graduate students can find information, including new funding opportunities, at the UBC Faculty of Graduate Studies.
- International alumni are an important link for UBC around the world. To find out more about connecting with alumni, visit www.alumni.ubc.ca.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities is a student-run club for students, faculty and staff interested in engaging undergraduate students from all disciplines in research. The URO website (http://uro.ubc.ca)provides the UBC community with information and resources to assist undergraduate students in obtaining a research experience, whether it is extracurricular or within a particular program of study. It also provides a special directory for UBC faculty and staff to post hiring opportunities for undergraduate students.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies is reponsible for stewarding UBC's community of over 8,000 graduate students who are undertaking masters and doctoral degrees in more than 140 programs. Please visit www.grad.ubc.ca for more information about graduate programs at UBC.