• Degree : Graduate - Undergraduate
  • Application Fee : CAD125
  • Intake : January
  • Deadline for application : 19 Sep 2021
  • Language Requirements : ✓  International Certificate in English at B2 level or Online English Test
    ✓  University's own English Language Placement Exam

University of Northern British Columbia Description

Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities. We have a passion for teaching, discovery, people, the environment, and the North.

UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, health, economies, sciences, and the environment. As one of BC’s research-intensive universities, we bring the excitement of new knowledge to our students, and the outcomes of our teaching and research to the world. In addition to fostering and celebrating academic excellence, UNBC is a welcoming place, with a learning environment that is friendly, inclusive, and supportive.

UNBC is a university both in and for the North. This mission has instilled a strong sense of ownership, purpose, and adventure among our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the communities we serve. We are also Canada’s Green University™ , leading the way to a more sustainable future for all.

Our founders established a University “in the North - for the North.” They envisioned and built an institution where all are welcomed, learn, live, work closely with our faculty and staff, and transform the quality of life in Northern British Columbia, the province, and beyond.

UNBC strives to provide a safe and challenging learning environment where students gain leadership skills and stretch their boundaries, not only through academic discussion and debate but also through opportunities to work closely with faculty and staff on research projects and a wide range of initiatives that improve student life or contribute to a need in the community, the region or far beyond.

Prince George Description

Experiential learning and discovery: Our community celebrates and strives to provide an unparalleled learning experience which ensures that our students are prepared to meet the challenges of a fast-paced modern world, while stepping up and making a difference. UNBC is a champion of intellectual freedom, academic inquiry, learning for its own sake, access to information, learning through applied and best practices in experiential initiatives and the development and mobilization of new knowledge.

Inclusiveness and diversity: Social and cultural diversity is core to enriching the learning environment of a modern university. The confluence of diversity and respectful discussion stimulates creative thoughts, new ways of thinking, and new pathways of inquiry. This ensures that our research questions address society as a whole, and enables us to train leaders who understand our local and global communities.

Community: UNBC is a place where community thrives and where we strive to understand and care for other members of our University. It is a place all are welcome and where we commit to being respectful, innovative, resourceful, and responsive in our interactions with other.

Integrity: To succeed we must be true to who we are, and focus on where we are now and what we want to be in the future. We are honest, supportive, and forthright in all our interactions, confronting problems and issues openly and constructively.

Academic excellence: Excellence in teaching and research is a central tenet of a destination university.


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Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Build a foundation in sciences, engineering design process and environmental issues in your first two years. In the final two years, you will develop an in-depth knowledge of civil engineering, including further exposure to practical engineering problems through a capstone design project. Design courses begin in your first year, giving you the chance to engage your creative thinking. You will hone your problem-solving skills as you continue to take…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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As an environmental engineer, you can serve society by ensuring we all have clean air, water and soil, and by creating sustainable solutions to today’s critical environmental questions. This program prepares you for important employment opportunities where your technical expertise and problem-solving skills as an engineer are required, in addition to your strong awareness and understanding of environmental issues and a passion to improve the communities…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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As an environmental engineer, you will gain a solid background in environmental issues that are at the forefront of important discussions of how the environment and the economy are integrated with future development decisions. This program prepares you for a wide range of employment opportunities where the technical expertise and problem-solving skills of engineers are required in conjunction with a strong awareness and understanding of environmental…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Study the most fascinating subject of all – ourselves. Anthropology is the biological, social and cultural investigation of humans, in the past, present, and future. This program includes courses in sociocultural, archaeological, biological, and linguistic anthropology. You can choose from a broad range of courses that reflect specific areas of interest. If your pursuit is sociocultural, you might select courses in First Nations studies, geography,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Economics is the study of how societies provide for the well-being of their citizens and the public policies that promote this well-being. This degree uncovers how consumers, governments, and businesses interact to build a healthy (or fragile) society. Prepare for a mix of courses that touch on almost every social science. Apply theory and methodology to explain the causal relationships between wages, natural resources, inflation, public policy and…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Hourly
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You will engage in critical writing and analyses of Canadian, British, American and International literature in English. Craft your storytelling skills with classes in creative writing (fiction, poetry and non-fiction). Our Bachelor of English degree encourages interdisciplinary learning through cultural studies and visual media, gender studies, literature and the environment, and animal studies. This program unites literary studies, creative writing,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Study the natural environment, societal challenges and sustainable solutions to environmental and sustainability challenges, surrounded by the spectacular natural environment of UNBC. Explore the social science and humanities perspective on environmental and sustainability issues. Study the concepts of environmental citizenship, societal relationships with ecology, sustainability initiatives such as carbon management and energy, global perspectives…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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First Nations Studies is a valuable part of any good undergraduate education in the contemporary world. It is an appropriate degree if your career goals include education, business, public administration, law, communications, cultural property management, social services, and various other fields of expertise. You will understand the experiences of Indigenous peoples in Canada⁠—past, present and future. Prepare for a mix of social science courses…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program emphasizes issues of community development, social justice, environmental equity, and population health in northern environments. Examine the dynamics of place-making in a global context using the latest Geographical Information System (GIS) technology, social science methodology and spatial analysis. Apply sustainable, respectful and culturally aware principles to your work in the lab, classroom and field.

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Global and International Studies examines the drivers and impacts of our planet’s inter-connectedness in technology, culture, sustainability, governance and economics. You will be prepared for a rewarding career in global and international organizations including governments, inter-governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations and international businesses. This program is ideal for those whose eyes are on the future of our planet. You will…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This degree draws on almost every time period, theory and geographical space. Choose from a variety of subjects, including the record of First Nations in Canada, women in European medieval society, and history of law, or delve into religious, race and economic issues that span global borders. Our faculty bring a mix of methodologies to their instruction—you are encouraged to follow your personal interests in course selection and independent research.…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program appeals to those who are enthusiastic about the outdoors and want to ensure it will be used in a sustainable manner for future generations to enjoy. You will examine the provision of nature-based tourism and outdoor recreation, with an emphasis on sustainability issues, social and environmental justice, and an entrepreneurial perspective. Students choose from areas of specialization including: Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Outdoor…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Hourly
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Northern Studies is an interdisciplinary field of particular importance to northern British Columbia and of growing relevance globally. This program draws on northern-themed courses from geography, political science, anthropology and First Nations studies, as well as online courses in circumpolar studies offered through the University of the Arctic. Develop your knowledge of how societies in the circumpolar north are adapting to climate and environmental…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Are you passionate about your local and broader communities? Do you care about national and international issues such as globalization and human rights? If you are interested in issues such as community self-governance, political science is right for you. Political scientists study how people in groups get along. We examine theories and practices of conflict and co-operation at every level of social life. Understand how the communities to which you…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Are you ready for a career in community or public service? The Public Administration and Community Development (PACD) major is an innovative degree that trains the next generation of community leaders in the public and non-profit sectors. You will explore the geographic, social, legal and economic foundations that build successful rural and urban communities. You will study planning and policy best practices, consensus-building techniques, finance,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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You will explore how class, ethnicity, education and sexual orientation impact the lives of women around the world—and how gender influences all of our lives on a daily basis. Develop solid writing and analytical skills that can lead to careers in social work, communications, education and successful post-graduate study. You will apply a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of women’s and gender issues with subjects including anthropology, First…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Develop fundamental accounting skills and knowledge highly sought by organizations across all sectors of today’s economy. Build the framework to earn your Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. Organizations of all sizes utilize accounting professionals to manage their finances. A Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting provides you with the practical knowledge, procedures, principles, and professional requirements to work in accounting.…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Open doors to a career in the financial sector, one of the fastest-growing industries in Canada. Learn how to evaluate investments, gain important knowledge required to start your own business, or work in government sectors or as an investor. Begin with foundational studies of microeconomics and macroeconomics and take specialized courses in financial accounting, financial management, applied business computing and managerial economics. Explore the…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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From marketing to accounting to everything in between, gain a broad-based understanding of the Canadian business environment. Advance your business sense and integrative management skills as you gain the background knowledge you will need to succeed in any field or pursue your business endeavours. Obtain comprehensive knowledge in all the functional areas of business while maintaining a broad-based education in business management. This combination…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Effective human resources management enables an organization to build success through people. Begin by gaining a fundamental understanding of business through courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics, accounting, marketing and financial management. In the upper years, examine the leadership role that human resources professionals play in developing organizational visions. Learn to design equitable compensation systems and benefit plans from legal,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Build a foundational understanding of all areas of business. Take specialized courses in international accounting, international financial management, cross-cultural workplace practices or international marketing. Learn about trade theory, multilateral institutions and hedging foreign exchange risk. Explore the environmental, social, economic and legal influences which have affected accounting evolution in various countries. Gain exposure to the…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Combine your passion for technology and your curiosity for business as you discover how you can use data to help organizations reach their goals. Build a foundation in all aspects of modern business through courses in accounting, marketing and finance. Acquire the knowledge to use, analyze, and manage information systems to succeed in the business world through specialized courses in e-business, production and operations management, and information…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Gain a strong foundation in all aspects of business, including accounting, finance and business information systems. In the upper years, you will delve into marketing with courses in behavioural marketing, strategic marketing and marketing research. Choose from electives including sales management, Internet marketing and international marketing. The marketing concepts and principles you will learn are of particular importance to small businesses…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program is a 16-month post-baccalaureate professional degree program. Apply your undergraduate degree with a teachable major or minor (i.e. English, Math, Chemistry, History, etc.) to teach kindergarten up to Grade 7 students in B.C. schools. This program is offered at the Prince George campus, as well as the Terrace and Quesnel campuses. Learn about the First Peoples Principles of Learning, Indigenous Education, inclusive practices, assessment…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program is a 16-month post-baccalaureate professional degree program. Apply your undergraduate degree with a teachable major or minor (such as English, math, chemistry, history, etc.) to teach Grade 8 – 12 students in B.C. schools. Learn about the First Peoples Principles of Learning, Indigenous Education, inclusive practices, assessment and evaluation, Applied Design and Skills and Technology, and curriculum and instruction in different disciplinary…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Build a foundational, multi-disciplinary knowledge base that focuses on the natural, physical and social sciences and includes population health and research methodology. A biomedical studies degree prepares you for career opportunities in various fields. It provides the background knowledge to attend professional programs in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, occupational therapy, dentistry, speech pathology or physiotherapy. Develop an in-depth understanding…

This degree involves diverse course requirements across social sciences, humanities, natural sciences and health sciences. It provides you with the knowledge to pursue other career paths or post-graduate training that don’t seem as clearly related, including administration and law. You'll take 21 credit hours from the common course requirements for both Community and Population Health Majors, as well as a minimum of 12 credit hours (six specified,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Tackle the growing challenges faced by humans and the planet due to climate change. This degree gives you the multidisciplinary background required to deal with those challenges. You'll be immersed in high-quality, diverse and innovative approaches to learning and research through a holistic view of health, informed by interactions among researchers, practitioners, and community members. This degree involves diverse course requirements across social…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Opportunities for skilled planners increase as many First Nations move to define land claims in Canada, potentially giving First Nations significant responsibilities for land and community planning. However, planning by and with First Nations requires planners to have specific skills and abilities, whether or not they themselves are Indigenous. Begin by gaining foundational knowledge in planning, Canada’s Indigenous peoples, ecology and economics.…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program addresses both project-level and large-scale environmental planning issues that occur in developments that impact the natural environment. Learn about provincial land use planning, environmental assessment, watershed planning and integrated resource management. The geographic and cultural context of Prince George and northern British Columbia provides you with a living laboratory to explore concepts, exchange ideas and discover solutions.…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Northern and Rural Community Planning is the application of planning principles and practices to the often unique social, economic, and ecological issues confronting northern and circumpolar communities. Many of the principles and skills you learn will prepare you to work in communities large and small in different regions and countries. Our degree provides you with a thorough understanding specific to the unique planning requirements of those communities…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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You will begin your studies with a broad range of courses in natural sciences, followed by an introduction to biochemistry in your second year. In the third year, explore DNA – the blueprint of life; proteins – the machines that make our bodies work; and a wide range of other molecular topics. Your degree culminates in your fourth year with courses in oncology, the evolution of life, advanced genetics, and much more. Acquire the necessary expertise…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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The Bachelor of Science in Biology degree is a broadly based undergraduate program that allows students to explore various biological concepts from the level of the cell, to the organism, to the ecosystem. Our degree offers students substantial flexibility to follow interests ranging from microbes to plants and animals to ecosystems and beyond. Gain practical knowledge through our many on-campus, hands-on labs and by attending our various local and…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Chemistry is a fundamental science dealing with the nature of substances and the changes they undergo. Considered the “central science,” you will take courses in organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry along with math, physics and biology. Choose from a number of joint majors, specialized study areas, and options for minors that facilitate deeper study. Our co-operative education program allows you to earn while you learn and gain…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Access a broad spectrum of courses, ranging from programming languages and data structures to fundamentals of data mining and cybersecurity. Apply a multi-perspective and multi-disciplinary approach that addresses issues such as emerging technology, artificial intelligence, software engineering, ethics, and human-computer interface (HCI) design. Access computer labs that offer the latest in hardware, software, networking, robotics, business intelligence,…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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A Conservation Science and Practice degree provides you with the philosophical foundation, scientific theory, and technical skills to address the challenge of maintaining the functioning of ecosystems across developed, developing and still wild landscapes. While pursuing a BSc in Conservation Science and Practice you will focus on understanding and navigating contemporary sustainability and environmental challenges. Choose one of two majors – Wildland…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary degree teaching you the core aspects of environmental studies. You will be introduced to the human dimensions underlying environmental issues such as production, consumption, and ultimately disposal of natural resources. Learn about air pollution, climate change and global warming, waste management, meteorology, energy systems and sustainability among other issues. Apply your knowledge in practical settings…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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The Forestry Ecology and Management degree introduces you to contemporary knowledge and techniques drawn from a variety of disciplines in the natural and social sciences. Through study and active learning experiences, you'll obtain a consistent and broad background in coursework that encompasses foundational and integrative forestry management topics. Challenge conventional knowledge paradigms and approaches to forest management while pursuing minors…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program builds your understanding of the interactions between Earth’s atmosphere, lithosphere (crust and upper mantle), hydrosphere (total amount of water) and the biosphere. You’ll discover how the planet's oceans, rivers, lakes, mountains, glaciers, forests, ecosystems, and weather and climate are interconnected. The Geography (BSc) degree program focuses on geography as an earth science. Foundational courses in your first two years include…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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If you have an interest in more than one area of science, the Bachelor of Science degree in Integrated Science may be just for you. Expand your horizons on a broad base of science, including biology, chemistry, physics and math, and apply your knowledge to real-world challenges such as climate change and global health. To successfully complete your degree, you must complete two areas of specialization. Choose from: -biology, ecology, biochemistry…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Our Landscape Conservation and Management degree provides you with the philosophical foundation, scientific theory, and technical skills to address the challenge of maintaining the functioning of ecosystems across developed, developing and still wild landscapes. Take courses that consider human activities across a range of ecological scales where landscape and ecosystem-level processes are emphasized. You will gain skills to work with cutting-edge…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Cultivate a deeper understanding of pure mathematics, applied mathematics and statistics in a program that provides you with the flexibility to pursue your individual interests. Our graduates are employed in education, academia, government, finance, information technology and consulting services. Challenge yourself in solving mathematical problems while using creative methods and developing critical thinking skills. Take courses in pure and applied…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Study the natural world at its most fundamental level. Learn about physics, the science upon which all other sciences and technologies are based. Our degree opens the door to future study and career opportunities in such fields as education, scientific research, industry, medical technology, and environmental studies. In the first two years, you will take courses in: -mechanics, waves, thermal physics, electricity and magnetism -modern physics including…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Your first two years feature courses in the psychology of learning, lifespan development, social psychology, biopsychology and statistics. Delve into emotion and motivation, sensation and perception, cognition, abnormal psychology, and theories of personality, in your third and fourth years. You'll have the opportunity to conduct a research project with a faculty member, either by applying to the Honours degree program or as an Independent Study.…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Topics you will study in Wildland Conservation and Recreation include: -the promotion of and advocacy for conservation -integrated management of legally designated parks and protected areas -conservation area design -human activities across these areas Our degree provides students with the philosophical foundation, scientific theory, and technical skills to address the challenge of maintaining functioning ecosystems across developed, developing and…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Learn about natural resources management, chemistry, ecology, biology, genetics, physics, soil science, forest plant systems and botany in your first two years. Delve into a wide range of topics in your third and fourth years: -ornithology and mammalogy -animal diseases and parasites -environmental impact assessment -ethics -Indigenous perspectives on land and resource management -wildlife, fisheries and watershed management This degree provides…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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The NCBNP curriculum is designed for you to: -consider the physical, psychological, social, environmental, and spiritual domains of clients -demonstrate cultural sensitivity -collaborate with clients, other health-care providers, and the community You will appreciate how nursing advocates for a health-care system that: -emphasizes health promotion and illness prevention -is based on practical, affordable, manageable, culturally acceptable care and…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program is designed for students who have already completed a diploma at a recognized post-secondary institution and wish to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Take courses focusing on nursing leadership, research, perinatal care, and mental health and addictions. There are nine areas of clinical nursing concentration to choose from: -Community health -First Nations health -Acute care -Community continuing care -Mental health -Pediatrics…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Prepare for generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups and communities. Examine power in relation to class, poverty, health, age, gender, and ethnicity and how it affects the welfare of vulnerable members of our society. Study a curriculum that advocates for justice and equality, and equips you with the practical, intellectual and professional skills required to promote beneficial change. Discover a self-reflective balance…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Gain the knowledge and skills required to investigate, as you advocate for and protect the youngest and most vulnerable members of our society. You will examine complex issues that affect the safety and well-being of children such as poverty, mental health, violence and neglect. Learn how to apply respectful, ethical and culturally sensitive principles as you collaborate with family members, community stakeholders and navigate the legal system to…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This innovative program is ideal for those who want to support the collective strengths of Indigenous families, individuals and communities. You will gain the knowledge and skills required to work effectively in Indigenous settings and situations. Examine complex issues and explore the economic, spiritual, cultural and health realities that affect the safety and well-being of Indigenous populations. Apply for entrance to the Social Work program after…

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Please check below the available study programs that fit you best. Mark the programs of your choice and click apply now. You can apply for more than one program. Our fee per application is only EUR 49.90. You will get full professional advice and hands-on support from our experts on our online platform.

Experts will guide you through your application process and give you ongoing advice to maximize your chances of being accepted. You will have support with everything you need from accommodation to your flight reservation as well as local pick-up and transfer for free.

Your program choice is not final when you click on Apply Now. It is the beginning of your application journey with us. You may decide by yourself or our advisors may suggest you to apply for another program to maximize your chances of success.

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  • Degree : Graduate - Undergraduate
  • Application Fee : CAD125
  • Intake : January
  • Deadline for application : 19 Sep 2021
  • Language Requirements : ✓  International Certificate in English at B2 level or Online English Test
    ✓  University's own English Language Placement Exam

University of Northern British Columbia Description

Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities. We have a passion for teaching, discovery, people, the environment, and the North.

UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, health, economies, sciences, and the environment. As one of BC’s research-intensive universities, we bring the excitement of new knowledge to our students, and the outcomes of our teaching and research to the world. In addition to fostering and celebrating academic excellence, UNBC is a welcoming place, with a learning environment that is friendly, inclusive, and supportive.

UNBC is a university both in and for the North. This mission has instilled a strong sense of ownership, purpose, and adventure among our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the communities we serve. We are also Canada’s Green University™ , leading the way to a more sustainable future for all.

Our founders established a University “in the North - for the North.” They envisioned and built an institution where all are welcomed, learn, live, work closely with our faculty and staff, and transform the quality of life in Northern British Columbia, the province, and beyond.

UNBC strives to provide a safe and challenging learning environment where students gain leadership skills and stretch their boundaries, not only through academic discussion and debate but also through opportunities to work closely with faculty and staff on research projects and a wide range of initiatives that improve student life or contribute to a need in the community, the region or far beyond.

Peace River-Liard Campus (Ford St.) Description

The Peace River-Liard region of BC is host to a resource base of oil, natural gas, forestry and agriculture, also the vitality of our residents who are keen to live and work in community that gives back so much. The City of Fort St. John is home to UNBC’s regional campus headquarters and to the largest regional service centre in the northeastern region. The region attracts travelers with wilderness and eco-adventures, hunting and fishing, as well as excellent year-round sports facilities. Students can take courses in Fort St. John, a number of northeastern communities as well as in Grande Prairie, Alberta and Whitehorse, Yukon.

Student accommodation is available in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek. Both undergraduate and graduate programs are available at the Fort St. John campus in the areas of Social Work, Business, Education and in partnership with Northern Lights College undergraduate courses sufficient for a BA General.


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Graduate
CAD2,650 Per Semester
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The NBNP curriculum is designed for you to: -consider the physical, psychological, social, environmental and spiritual domains of clients -demonstrate cultural sensitivity -collaborate with clients, other health-care providers, and the community You will appreciate how nursing advocates for a health-care system that: -emphasizes health promotion and illness prevention -is based on practical, affordable, manageable, culturally acceptable care and…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

Prepare for generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups and communities. Examine power in relation to class, poverty, health, age, gender, and ethnicity and how it affects the welfare of vulnerable members of our society. Study a curriculum that advocates for justice and equality, and equips you with the practical, intellectual and professional skills required to promote beneficial change. Discover a self-reflective balance…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

Gain the knowledge and skills required to investigate, as you advocate for and protect the youngest and most vulnerable members of our society. You will examine complex issues that affect the safety and well-being of children such as poverty, mental health, violence and neglect. Learn how to apply respectful, ethical and culturally sensitive principles as you collaborate with family members, community stakeholders and navigate the legal system to…

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  • Australia
  • Canada
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  • Georgia
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Your nationality and country of residence may play an important role during your program and visa application process. We know the invisible criteria and will help you once you start your application process with us.



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Most institutions require a proof of your language proficiency. Students often start with a preparation program to improve their language skills in line with the program requirements and obtain a certificate.



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Educational institutions offer a huge variety of programs in a wide range on different study levels from short term certificates to PhD programs.





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Estimated budget for your study are shown below according to your interest. In many cases there are possibilities to work during your study. In order to be on the safe side you should be prepared to cover your first year from your savings. In some cases a proof of your financial capability may be required.

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Per Semester

Other Expenses

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Please check below the available study programs that fit you best. Mark the programs of your choice and click apply now. You can apply for more than one program. Our fee per application is only EUR 49.90. You will get full professional advice and hands-on support from our experts on our online platform.

Experts will guide you through your application process and give you ongoing advice to maximize your chances of being accepted. You will have support with everything you need from accommodation to your flight reservation as well as local pick-up and transfer for free.

Your program choice is not final when you click on Apply Now. It is the beginning of your application journey with us. You may decide by yourself or our advisors may suggest you to apply for another program to maximize your chances of success.

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Your applications will be activated for the selected programs. Remember that this is not your final choice. During your application process you may choose or our experts may recommend you different programs in order to maximise your chances to get accepted. After payment of the application service fees please log in to your account and start your application process under the "My Services" section.

  • Degree : Graduate - Undergraduate
  • Application Fee : CAD125
  • Intake : January
  • Deadline for application : 19 Sep 2021
  • Language Requirements : ✓  International Certificate in English at B2 level or Online English Test
    ✓  University's own English Language Placement Exam

University of Northern British Columbia Description

Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities. We have a passion for teaching, discovery, people, the environment, and the North.

UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, health, economies, sciences, and the environment. As one of BC’s research-intensive universities, we bring the excitement of new knowledge to our students, and the outcomes of our teaching and research to the world. In addition to fostering and celebrating academic excellence, UNBC is a welcoming place, with a learning environment that is friendly, inclusive, and supportive.

UNBC is a university both in and for the North. This mission has instilled a strong sense of ownership, purpose, and adventure among our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the communities we serve. We are also Canada’s Green University™ , leading the way to a more sustainable future for all.

Our founders established a University “in the North - for the North.” They envisioned and built an institution where all are welcomed, learn, live, work closely with our faculty and staff, and transform the quality of life in Northern British Columbia, the province, and beyond.

UNBC strives to provide a safe and challenging learning environment where students gain leadership skills and stretch their boundaries, not only through academic discussion and debate but also through opportunities to work closely with faculty and staff on research projects and a wide range of initiatives that improve student life or contribute to a need in the community, the region or far beyond.

Northwest Campus (Terrace) Description

Home to spectacular mountains, winding rivers and unique wildlife like the Kermode bear, the Northwest Region has much to boast. UNBC has two campuses in the region: Terrace Campus and Prince Rupert Campus. Terrace Campus serves as the headquarters for the Northwest Region. UNBC students can take courses at either campus, or in a number of other northwest communities (Houston, Smithers, Hazelton, Stewart, Kitimat, Nass Valley, and Haida Gwaii).

Terrace is located on a series of natural flat benches within the Skeena River Valley at the easternmost boundary of the territories of the Tsimshian. It is approximately 144 km from Prince Rupert and 57 km from Kitimat and this central location facilitates Terrace's role as a central hub for much of the region. Its relatively low altitude and the shelter of the surrounding Coast Mountains give it a moderate climate with less than half the rainfall found on the coast. School District 82 serves Terrace as well as Stewart, Kitimat and the Hazeltons.

UNBC offers an array of courses in the Northwest region, including undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as university transfer course offerings in partnership with Coast Mountain College. Coast Mountain College offers a number of programs there, including University transfer courses at both the first and second year levels, Natural Resources, Business Administration, Applied Computer Technology and Integrated Human Services.


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Level
Program
Tuition Fee

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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First Nations Studies is a valuable part of any good undergraduate education in the contemporary world. It is an appropriate degree if your career goals include education, business, public administration, law, communications, cultural property management, social services, and various other fields of expertise. You will understand the experiences of Indigenous peoples in Canada⁠—past, present and future. Prepare for a mix of social science courses…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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This program is a 16-month post-baccalaureate professional degree program. Apply your undergraduate degree with a teachable major or minor (i.e. English, Math, Chemistry, History, etc.) to teach kindergarten up to Grade 7 students in B.C. schools. This program is offered at the Prince George campus, as well as the Terrace and Quesnel campuses. Learn about the First Peoples Principles of Learning, Indigenous Education, inclusive practices, assessment…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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If you have an interest in more than one area of science, the Bachelor of Science degree in Integrated Science may be just for you. Expand your horizons on a broad base of science, including biology, chemistry, physics and math, and apply your knowledge to real-world challenges such as climate change and global health. To successfully complete your degree, you must complete two areas of specialization. Choose from: -biology, ecology, biochemistry…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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The NCBNP curriculum is designed for you to: -consider the physical, psychological, social, environmental, and spiritual domains of clients -demonstrate cultural sensitivity -collaborate with clients, other health-care providers, and the community You will appreciate how nursing advocates for a health-care system that: -emphasizes health promotion and illness prevention -is based on practical, affordable, manageable, culturally acceptable care and…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

This program is designed for students who have already completed a diploma at a recognized post-secondary institution and wish to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Take courses focusing on nursing leadership, research, perinatal care, and mental health and addictions. There are nine areas of clinical nursing concentration to choose from: -Community health -First Nations health -Acute care -Community continuing care -Mental health -Pediatrics…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Prepare for generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups and communities. Examine power in relation to class, poverty, health, age, gender, and ethnicity and how it affects the welfare of vulnerable members of our society. Study a curriculum that advocates for justice and equality, and equips you with the practical, intellectual and professional skills required to promote beneficial change. Discover a self-reflective balance…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
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Gain the knowledge and skills required to investigate, as you advocate for and protect the youngest and most vulnerable members of our society. You will examine complex issues that affect the safety and well-being of children such as poverty, mental health, violence and neglect. Learn how to apply respectful, ethical and culturally sensitive principles as you collaborate with family members, community stakeholders and navigate the legal system to…

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Your nationality and country of residence may play an important role during your program and visa application process. We know the invisible criteria and will help you once you start your application process with us.



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Most institutions require a proof of your language proficiency. Students often start with a preparation program to improve their language skills in line with the program requirements and obtain a certificate.



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Educational institutions offer a huge variety of programs in a wide range on different study levels from short term certificates to PhD programs.





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Estimated budget for your study are shown below according to your interest. In many cases there are possibilities to work during your study. In order to be on the safe side you should be prepared to cover your first year from your savings. In some cases a proof of your financial capability may be required.

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Please check below the available study programs that fit you best. Mark the programs of your choice and click apply now. You can apply for more than one program. Our fee per application is only EUR 49.90. You will get full professional advice and hands-on support from our experts on our online platform.

Experts will guide you through your application process and give you ongoing advice to maximize your chances of being accepted. You will have support with everything you need from accommodation to your flight reservation as well as local pick-up and transfer for free.

Your program choice is not final when you click on Apply Now. It is the beginning of your application journey with us. You may decide by yourself or our advisors may suggest you to apply for another program to maximize your chances of success.

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Your applications will be activated for the selected programs. Remember that this is not your final choice. During your application process you may choose or our experts may recommend you different programs in order to maximise your chances to get accepted. After payment of the application service fees please log in to your account and start your application process under the "My Services" section.

  • Degree : Graduate - Undergraduate
  • Application Fee : CAD125
  • Intake : January
  • Deadline for application : 19 Sep 2021
  • Language Requirements : ✓  International Certificate in English at B2 level or Online English Test
    ✓  University's own English Language Placement Exam

University of Northern British Columbia Description

Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities. We have a passion for teaching, discovery, people, the environment, and the North.

UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, health, economies, sciences, and the environment. As one of BC’s research-intensive universities, we bring the excitement of new knowledge to our students, and the outcomes of our teaching and research to the world. In addition to fostering and celebrating academic excellence, UNBC is a welcoming place, with a learning environment that is friendly, inclusive, and supportive.

UNBC is a university both in and for the North. This mission has instilled a strong sense of ownership, purpose, and adventure among our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the communities we serve. We are also Canada’s Green University™ , leading the way to a more sustainable future for all.

Our founders established a University “in the North - for the North.” They envisioned and built an institution where all are welcomed, learn, live, work closely with our faculty and staff, and transform the quality of life in Northern British Columbia, the province, and beyond.

UNBC strives to provide a safe and challenging learning environment where students gain leadership skills and stretch their boundaries, not only through academic discussion and debate but also through opportunities to work closely with faculty and staff on research projects and a wide range of initiatives that improve student life or contribute to a need in the community, the region or far beyond.

South-Central Campus (Quesnel) Description

UNBC’s South-Central Campus is located in Quesnel, British Columbia at the North Cariboo Community Campus in partnership with the College of New Caledonia.

Our campus serves an area that stretches from 100 Mile House to Valemount to Burns Lake.

UNBC offers a variety of programs and courses in the South Central Region, and students have the opportunity to earn their degrees in Bachelor of Social Work and Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Over 350 credentials have been awarded at the Quesnel campus over the past decade!

We are proud to do things a little differently here in Quesnel, while still being able to offer you the premier UNBC experience our university is famous for. You will have an even more engaged class experience and an even faster direct line to your professors and our support staff thanks to our intimate campus. On top of that you will have the chance to form lifelong bonds with your fellow learners as our students are a tight-knit community who look out for one another and work together to achieve their goals, having fun while they’re at it.

Whether you’re enrolled in our Bachelor of Social Work or Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, or you’re joining us for just a course or training session, the South-Central team is here to make sure your UNBC experience is second to none. We are here to support your learning and ensure that you have all the tools you need to succeed.


See Program Details

Level
Program
Tuition Fee

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

First Nations Studies is a valuable part of any good undergraduate education in the contemporary world. It is an appropriate degree if your career goals include education, business, public administration, law, communications, cultural property management, social services, and various other fields of expertise. You will understand the experiences of Indigenous peoples in Canada⁠—past, present and future. Prepare for a mix of social science courses…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

This program is a 16-month post-baccalaureate professional degree program. Apply your undergraduate degree with a teachable major or minor (i.e. English, Math, Chemistry, History, etc.) to teach kindergarten up to Grade 7 students in B.C. schools. This program is offered at the Prince George campus, as well as the Terrace and Quesnel campuses. Learn about the First Peoples Principles of Learning, Indigenous Education, inclusive practices, assessment…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

The NCBNP curriculum is designed for you to: -consider the physical, psychological, social, environmental, and spiritual domains of clients -demonstrate cultural sensitivity -collaborate with clients, other health-care providers, and the community You will appreciate how nursing advocates for a health-care system that: -emphasizes health promotion and illness prevention -is based on practical, affordable, manageable, culturally acceptable care and…

Undergraduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

This program is designed for students who have already completed a diploma at a recognized post-secondary institution and wish to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Take courses focusing on nursing leadership, research, perinatal care, and mental health and addictions. There are nine areas of clinical nursing concentration to choose from: -Community health -First Nations health -Acute care -Community continuing care -Mental health -Pediatrics…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

Prepare for generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups and communities. Examine power in relation to class, poverty, health, age, gender, and ethnicity and how it affects the welfare of vulnerable members of our society. Study a curriculum that advocates for justice and equality, and equips you with the practical, intellectual and professional skills required to promote beneficial change. Discover a self-reflective balance…

Graduate
CAD11,010 Per Semester
See Details

Gain the knowledge and skills required to investigate, as you advocate for and protect the youngest and most vulnerable members of our society. You will examine complex issues that affect the safety and well-being of children such as poverty, mental health, violence and neglect. Learn how to apply respectful, ethical and culturally sensitive principles as you collaborate with family members, community stakeholders and navigate the legal system to…

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Studying in another country is often the beginning of a new life. USA, Canada and the UK are the most popular destinations for international students. Western and Central European countries are closing the gap by offering high quality programs at more affordable prices and flexible rules to access the labor market. Univerna co-operates with prominent educational institutions all over the world.


  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Finland
  • France
  • Georgia
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Malta
  • Online
  • Poland
  • Russia
  • Slovakia
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • UK
  • USA
2/6

Your nationality and country of residence may play an important role during your program and visa application process. We know the invisible criteria and will help you once you start your application process with us.



3/6

Most institutions require a proof of your language proficiency. Students often start with a preparation program to improve their language skills in line with the program requirements and obtain a certificate.



4/6

Educational institutions offer a huge variety of programs in a wide range on different study levels from short term certificates to PhD programs.





5/6

Estimated budget for your study are shown below according to your interest. In many cases there are possibilities to work during your study. In order to be on the safe side you should be prepared to cover your first year from your savings. In some cases a proof of your financial capability may be required.

Country

Tuition Fee
Per Semester

Other Expenses

6/6

Please check below the available study programs that fit you best. Mark the programs of your choice and click apply now. You can apply for more than one program. Our fee per application is only EUR 49.90. You will get full professional advice and hands-on support from our experts on our online platform.

Experts will guide you through your application process and give you ongoing advice to maximize your chances of being accepted. You will have support with everything you need from accommodation to your flight reservation as well as local pick-up and transfer for free.

Your program choice is not final when you click on Apply Now. It is the beginning of your application journey with us. You may decide by yourself or our advisors may suggest you to apply for another program to maximize your chances of success.

Program Name

Apply Now

Your applications will be activated for the selected programs. Remember that this is not your final choice. During your application process you may choose or our experts may recommend you different programs in order to maximise your chances to get accepted. After payment of the application service fees please log in to your account and start your application process under the "My Services" section.