Urban Studies is an undergraduate interdisciplinary Minor administered through the Department of Geography that is open to all Majors. This new Minor will be available to all undergraduate Faculty of Arts degree programs as well as any other Faculty that presently allows allow their students to complete Minor programs from within the Faculty of Arts.
The program will provide unique field visits on a daily basis with access to government, courts, companies, and research centers, allowing for interactions with many key players. Additionally, the program will offer unique opportunities to visit historical cities (Chengdu, Xian), including the Panda reserve, and to taste the cuisine of Sichuan and Chongqing, possibly the most colorful and endearing in China.
Backpacking with a Purpose: 2018 Applications Now Open for Operation Groundswell
Join the Arts Tri-Mentoring program and introduce yourself to the professional world!
Shamsia Hassani will be speaking at UBC on September 25th and 28th.
A mentor can be anyone that is doing research at a graduate level or beyond. As a REX mentor, your role is to guide undergraduate mentees with your education and research experience.
Apply for a full scholarship to a one-year graduate program at Yenching Academy of Peking University
GoGlobal is promoting an excellent opportunity to pursue a one year graduate degree at Peking University, as a part of the Yenching Academy. The Yenching Academy of Peking University builds bridges between China and the rest of the world through an interdisciplinary master’s program in China Studies for outstanding graduates from all over the globe. […]
The Work Learn Program supports and subsidizes meaningful work experiences on campus that offer the opportunity for all current UBC students to develop your professional skills and learn in a work environment. From these experiences, you will gain mentorship opportunities, an expanded network, ownership and responsibility of work, self-awareness and reflection, as well as a chance to apply your knowledge in practical […]
To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, the Asian Library and the Culture Regeneration Research Society (CRRS) will be co-hosting an art exhibition featuring three artists from Hong Kong and the local community: Eddy Kwan-Lap Chan, Ella Suen and Desheng Li.
Ricepaper offers Asian Canadian context to ongoing arts and cultural issues, new perspectives on emerging and established Asian Canadian artists, challenges to the mainstream media perspective, little-known facts of interest, or a critical story that hasn’t been told elsewhere.