Admission

Application Deadlines

Canadian Students (General Undergraduate)

May Semester: March 01
September Semester: March 01
January Semester: November 01

International Students (General Undergraduate)

September Semester: March 01
January Semester: June 01
May Semester: Applications are not encouraged for this semester, unless applicants are transferring from a Canadian post-secondary institution.

Professional and Competitive Entry Programs (For All Applicants)

Social Work: February 01
Environmental Engineering: March 01
Health Sciences: March 01
Education: March 15
Nursing: March 31
Note: Applications for the BSc in Nursing are accepted through our partner institutions (CNC/NWCC), depending on the campus where you intend to study.


What Kind of Student Are You?

UNBC offers many routes for admission into our programs and below you'll find some general information about our admission requirements. If you're not sure where you best fit, or feel you don't fit in any of these categories, please contact us. Whether you're looking to audit a course or enroll in a full degree program, we can help you identify what you need to be admitted to UNBC.  Click on the links below to review the many routes for admission that UNBC offers.
 

You are coming to UNBC as a recent or soon-to-be high school graduate from Canada.

 

You are coming to UNBC as a recent or soon-to-be high school graduate from the United States.

 

   

 
         

You are coming to UNBC as a recent or soon-to-be high school graduate from outside of Canada or the United States.

 

You have previously attended another post-secondary institution, and have completed a minimum of 15 credit hours of acceptable transfer course work.

   

 
         

You do not intend to pursue a degree or certificate program at UNBC, but do not want to take courses for credit.

 

 

You do not intend to pursue a degree or certificate program at UNBC, but want to take courses for credit.

 

     
         

You are a Canadian Citizen or a permanent resident of Canada, and have been out of secondary school for at least three years.  You are 21 years of age on or before the first day of classes, and have attempted fewer than 15 post-secondary academic credits.

 

 
       

In the event of a discrepancy between the Undergraduate PDF Calendar and this online edition, the PDF edition shall be considered to be the University’s Official statement.