UBC's Faculty and staff members play important roles as influencers informing students' career journeys in both formal and informal ways. While navigating career is complex and layered for all of us, students from *equity-seeking groups may face experiences related to systemic barriers in the...

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The following sessions are designed for staff, faculty, and teaching assistants. They are intended to build knowledge and skills that can enhance your ability to support student wellbeing. ...

Wed, Feb 21, 2018:    Register for Waitlist    View detailed and printable schedule  

Faculty members with eligible active NSERC research grants may apply for the NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA) program. Through these awards, you can receive a wage subsidy of $4,500 to hire an eligible student to work on research and development in your lab.  Professors gain...

The Work Learn Program supports and subsidizes meaningful work experiences on campus that offer the opportunity for all current UBC students to develop their professional skills and learn in a work environment.

The Canada Summer Jobs Program (CSJ) provides funding to not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers (including most UBC faculties and departments) and private small businesses with 50 or fewer employees to create summer job opportunities for full-time students.  It provides young...

The Centre for Accessibility hires student assistants throughout the year. As a student assistant, you will work directly with students with disabilities in a variety ways. Most jobs take place on UBC’s Vancouver campus. ...

The Government of Canada, through Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) is seeking applications from Canadian publicly funded institutions for the 2019-2020 Students' Exchange Program (SEP): ...

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Designed for international undergraduate students who are interested in research, the Work Learn International Undergraduate Research Awards subsidizes professors to hire students to work on their research projects.  Through the program, professors gain valuable help in furthering their...

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Everyone plays an important role in supporting student mental health and wellbeing. Use this guide to familiarize yourself with common signs of distress and the steps you can take to offer assistance.

The Health Promotion & Education team builds campus capacity for achieving the goals of the Okanagan Charter through the following activities: ...

Below is a list of pages that may be helpful to anyone involved in Jump Start. If you have questions about any of the content, please contact a member of the Jump Start Team. Jump Start Webpage Jump Start Photo Archive Jump Start Facebook Page International Student Guide

Jump Start 2018 will run from August 25th--August 31st and on Imagine Day (September 4th, 2018). *more specific information pertaining to Faculty Fellows and the Jump Start 2018 schedule will be posted here by mid-May, 2018.  

* Please note, the Faculty Fellow information listed below is from Jump Start 2017. Please check back in April for an updated list for 2018. ...

August and September are exciting months for the University. New undergraduate and graduate students join our community and we welcome back returning students. All faculty and staff play an important role in creating a memorable orientation experience for UBC students. 

Referring students to International Academic Advisors ...

Registration is now closed. If you have any questions, please contact Carol Naylor: carol.naylor@ubc.ca.   View Detailed and Printable Schedule  

Tue, Feb 21, 2017:  Registration is now closed.    View detailed and printable schedule

The UBC Community Leadership Program (CLP) is an innovative leadership development opportunity designed for aspiring staff leaders and provides an opportunity for learners to explore leadership concepts and principles in a cohort learning environment through a series of interactive, participatory...

The Centre for Community Engaged Learning provides grants to faculty members to create community engaged learning (CEL) opportunities for their students. CEL provides students with the opportunity to apply their discipline-specific skills and knowledge, working on projects in partnership with...

The Reading Week Program is a non-credit, local community-based experiential learning (CBEL) program. It connects hands-on community service with intentional learning opportunities. The UBC Centre for Community Engaged Learning organizes the program through collaborations with students, staff,...

The Centre for Community Engaged provides its community partners with resources to aid them in building relationships with students and facilitating successful projects.  ...

The University is committed to providing access for students with disabilities while maintaining academic standards. As the provision of academic accommodations can be complex given the range of possible instructional/exam formats, providing accommodations is best accomplished through a...

Notetakers provide a valuable academic service by creating clear and detailed class notes for students with disabilities at UBC, ensuring all students have equal access to lecture material. The students who benefit from the service of notetakers have a documented need for assistance and have met...

UBC is committed to meeting the mental health needs of our student population. We are in the process of implementing a UBC-wide mental health strategy based on collaboration and stepped care. This model is informed by literature on best practices as well as themes identified in campus-wide...

The pursuit of a degree is a meaningful experience for students, ripe with moments to learn about who they are, what matters to them, and how they want to contribute to the world. Each day in class, students are enhancing their personal and professional development by focusing their attention...

The Centre for Accessibility provides disability-related accommodations for UBC faculty and staff that have a disability or medical condition. Accommodations are based on documented functional implications of a disability in the workplace. ...

Which units are included in the common consent to share information form and the core collaborative model? ...

Faculty-student interactions—both in and out of the classroom—can positively influence first-year students’ sense of belonging at university. The ‘Prof-in-Space’ pilot at the University of British Columbia is one approach to fostering informal community by embedding faculty in campus-wide,...

UBC's Official Orientation ...

Resource for UBC faculty and staff 

UNITS Go Global

As a key resource at UBC for international learning programs, Go Global offers support in international academic processes, administering international programs, and credit transfer. We offer expertise in establishing and maintaining partnerships with community partners abroad. We...

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Student mental health is instrumental in students’ academic engagement and success. The entire campus community plays a role in helping students feel confident, capable, and supported. UBC’s focus on people, undergraduate and graduate student experiences, and the development of a vibrant...

This toolkit is a collection of tools and resources that can be utilized in the design, delivery and evaluation of community-based experiential learning courses.  In this kit you will find: ...

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the department at the Government of Canada responsible for dealing with immigration (eg. study permits, work permits, entry visas etc.). As regulations and policies change at the federal level, International Student...

The impact it can have on career development and the student experience is proven. Experiential learning doesn't just benefit students –  there are many more reasons to consider embedding experiential learning strategies into your curriculum.

Supporting student learning and success is a priority for UBC. ...

Community partners have expressed interest in finding ways to engage with UBC faculty, staff and programs in order to develop skills and knowledge around community priorities.  Throughout the year we offer a variety of collaborative workshops with UBC staff or faculty and community partners...

The vision for the Student Services style guide is to articulate the visual elements and a voice and tone that make the UBC brand meaningful to students.The purpose of this guide is to make it easy for Student Services staff to apply the UBC brand consistently to Student Services print and digital...

International Student Development is a team of advising professionals with expertise in international student issues. Our advisors and Regulated Canadian Immigration consultants (RCICs) advise on issues like immigration and health insurance, while coaching students through life and cultural...

Centre for Accessibility provides leadership on issues of accessibility for people with disabilities at UBC Vancouver, working in partnership with faculties to foster inclusive learning, living and working environments for students, faculty and staff.  Centre for Accessibility provides support...

The Centre for Student Involvement and Careers is a hub that facilitates and enhances student learning through career building enriched educational experiences. It is a central point for all graduate and undergraduate students and employers on the UBC Vancouver campus to meet, connect, network, and...

The UBC Centre for Community Engaged Learning functions as a resource for stakeholders both inside and outside of the University. We provide strategic and operational support to: ...

Counselling Services offers free, confidential counselling for UBC students. Mental health concerns can have a significant impact on everyday life, including academics. We can work with students to clarify goals for change, develop a plan for managing concerns, and build new skills that help them...

Student Health Service family doctors and registered nurses provide UBC students with primary, year-round health care. Our physicians can act as a student's family doctor while they are at UBC, and our staff provide individual care services normally found in a family doctor's office. 

Go Global recently transitioned to the Vice-President, Academic. A new website is in development. In the interim, please visit international.ubc.ca for an overview of UBC’s international activities. ...

Health Promotion & Education provides leadership on health promotion strategies and programs for the UBC Vancouver campus. Through innovative and evidence-based practices, Health Promotion & Education supports capacity building across campus to cultivate an environment that allows students...

A safe place for students, faculty, staff who have experienced sexual violence, regardless of where or when it took place. This includes any attempt or act of a sexual nature without your consent. All gender identities, expressions and sexualities are welcome.