Notes on Eligibility

Eligibility for the Doctoral degree program at UBC requires completion of a Bachelor's degree + Master's degree or M.Phil. Degree

4 year degree is normally required from most institutions.

3 year degrees are an acceptable basis of admission if:
The applicant’s overall standing in degree is 1st Class/Division, AND
The awarding institutions have been accredited by India’s National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a grade of A or better OR
The awarding institution is designated an Institution of National Importance, such as the Indian Institute of Technology

UBC Master's Program Requirements

Years of Study required

a four-year Bachelor's Degree or a Master's degree

Overall Grade Required

First Class/Division 1 (65%) or Very Good (8 on a 10-point scale)

Credentials or Degrees Required

Bachelor degree in Engineering, Forestry or Medicine, Bachelor's degree

UBC Doctoral Program Requirements

Overall Grade Required

First Class/Division 1 (65%) or Very Good (8 on a 10-point scale)

Credentials or Degrees Required

M.Phil., Master's Degree, Master's degree in Engineering, Forestry or Medicine

Financial Awards

This is a list of selected awards that you may be able to apply for if you meet the eligibility criteria. Please review the database of financial awards for other award opportunities.

Profiles of Students from India

Ajay Bhardwaj

Doctor of Philosophy in Asian Studies (PhD)
Cultural Exchange and Cooperation among Socially Marginalised Musicians in Punjab: The Muslim Mirasis and the Dalits

Fuhar Dixit

Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical and Biological Engineering (PhD)
Wastewater to drinking water: Alternative low cost water reuse technologies

Namrata Jain

Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry (PhD)
Fundamental and applied carbohydrate enzymology

Poushali Maji

Doctor of Philosophy in Resources, Environment and Sustainability (PhD)
Air quality, climate and developmental implications of energy policies in India

Anoosha Pai S

Master of Applied Science in Biomedical Engineering (MASc)
Effect of Posture on the Thoracic Spine and Muscle Morphology
Wajiha Mehdi, UBC graduate student

Wajiha Mehdi

Doctor of Philosophy in Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (PhD)
How do Muslim women navigate the city of Ahmedabad, India? The production of urban spaces through globalisation and communal violence