What percent of UBC is international?
Today, 23 per cent of all UBC students are foreigners, including 28 per cent of this year’s first-year undergraduate students and about a third of the graduate students, according to a report in August by my colleague Douglas Todd. The largest proportion of international students at UBC was from China.
How many international students go to UBC?
While the numbers are still preliminary, for the upcoming 2017/18 school year, about 16,322 of UBC’s 63,370 students are international undergraduate and graduate students.
Is UBC known internationally?
For 2021, UBC ranks second in Canada overall and 13th globally out of more than 1,115 participating institutions from 94 countries, based on its contributions through research, outreach and stewardship.
Is it easier for international students to get into UBC?
Compared to other universities of the same league, its fairly high acceptance rate for International students is a plus point for all prospective applicants. Get in touch with the UBC mentors at UniRely to apply to this prestigious university and improve your chances of admission.
Is UBC difficult to get into?
UBC’s admission process is competitive and comparative. Keep in mind that your application will be evaluated against all of the others we have received this year for the same degree.
Can you get into UBC with an 80 average?
Most UBC programs require you to have completed a few specific high school courses. They also require you to achieve a minimum grade point average (GPA). This minimum GPA is typically around 80%. However, we recommend aiming for a GPA in the 90% range to be a competitive candidate.
What grades do I need for UBC?
Canadian universities: minimum entering grades by faculty
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How competitive is UBC education?
A competitive GPA usually hovers around 80%. How do you calculate GPA? For the secondary program, we will be looking at your top 18 senior-level credits in your teachable subject(s). For the elementary & middle years program, we will be looking at your most recent 60 relevant academic credits.