Financial Information

OHC-Operatories

Applicants must submit a non-refundable application fee prior to the application deadline. Payment may be made by personal cheque, money order, bank draft, certified cheque, or credit card. This fee is non-refundable, does not apply to tuition and is not transferable to another program. Cash is not accepted. If applicable to payment method, make the payment payable to ‘UBC’.

Projected Costs

Fees

Students may opt out of certain fees. For more information consult the fees section of the UBC Calendar. For complete details visit www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver. Visit the U-Pass website for more information about U-Pass, including opt-out provisions. All fees are subject to change without notice.

Deposit

Accepted applicants are required to submit a deposit signifying their acceptance of UBC’s offer by the date specified in the University’s directions on when registration open dates are to commence. Successful applicants will receive detailed instructions soon after their initial offer of enrolment. This deposit is non-refundable and will be applied towards the tuition for the session for which the student has been accepted.

Financial Assistance/Award and Bursaries

Information on awards and financial aid available to eligible UBC students may be obtained by visiting students.ubc.ca/enrolment/finances or contacting them at:

UBC Enrolment Services
2016-1874 East Mall
Vancouver BC V6T 1Z1
Tel: 604.822.9836
Email: admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca

Housing and Childcare

The University provides accommodation for almost 7,000 single students, student families, faculty and staff. You have several options when selecting on-campus housing at UBC. There are residences for single people, couples, families with children, and larger townhouses for sharing with other students. For more detailed information about housing options on campus, including costs and access to the on-line application service, go to the UBC Housing website for further information.

For information on on-campus accommodation not operated by UBC Housing, and information on off-campus housing, click here. Off-campus accommodation in Vancouver can be expensive and particularly difficult to get later in the summer. You should plan to arrive in Vancouver early if you need to rent off campus.

For information on the UBC Child Care Services, click here. UBC Child Care Services offer excellent facilities and space is very limited. If you think you will need child care services, you should contact them immediately to have your name placed on a wait list.