Search UBC Okanagan’s bachelor programs by topic, faculties and degrees.
Learn how to apply, see what grades you need, and find application deadlines and other important dates—plus how UBC makes admission decisions.
Ready to Apply?
Got it all, or mostly, figured out? Start your application for admission.
Tuition, Fees & Scholarships
Dollars are important. That’s why UBC is here to support you—and your family—as you invest in your education, and yourself.
UNDERGRADUATE TUITION & SCHOLARSHIPS
If you have questions about programs or applying, our recruitment advising team is here to support you.
Master’s & Doctoral Programs
Search for a graduate degree and find a supervisor that matches your research interests.
Admissions & Applying
See what supervisors are looking for and how to apply for grad school at the Okanagan campus.
Tuition & Funding
Find out the cost of a graduate degree, and check out funding options—scholarships, TAs, research awards and grants.
GRADUATE FEES, AWARDS & FUNDING
The College of Graduate Studies team is here to help.
CONTACT GRADUATE STUDIES
MORE STUDY OPTIONS
The Aboriginal Access Studies program is a supportive path to university for Indigenous learners.
Don’t meet UBC’s English Language Admission Standard? The English Foundation Program may be for you.
UBC Distance Learning programs are available to UBC students anywhere in the world. If you are not a UBC student, you can still register for distance education courses through UBC Access Studies.
Search the online or Vancouver-based offerings of UBC Continuing Studies.
CAMPUS TOURS & STUDENT LIFE
University is—and should be—much more than lectures, studying and homework. See how UBC’s campus life fits you.
HOME OR AWAY?
No matter what university you’re considering, the decision to either study close to home or go away is a tough one.
UBC Okanagan is definitely a destination campus—more than 70% of our students are from outside the Okanagan Valley. But here are some perks about studying afar:
Gain independence: Carve out a new niche and push your limits. Living on campus can be a rite of passage.
Get the most out of campus life: Living at home limits participation in on-campus activities and making friends with others.
Prepare for the job market: Getting involved in extracurricular activities at university can boost your career prospects.
Short commute and connected: Even if you don’t live on campus, you can get to campus in less than 20 minutes from downtown Kelowna. Plus, we also have Collegia— spaces with couches, chairs and kitchens where you can hang out, study and eat.