The University of British Columbia (UBC) has multiple campus locations: in Vancouver at Point Grey, Robson Square, Great Northern Way, affiliated facilities and another campus 280km north-east of Vancouver in Kelowna (Okanagan Valley). The largest and initial campus is the Vancouver campus, in the province of British Columbia (BC) in Canada. BC is on the west coast of Canada and enjoys one of the mildest climates in the country.
Vancouver Point Grey Campus
The UBC Vancouver campus, on 402 beautifully landscaped hectares, offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and local mountains. The campus is adjacent to a large regional park and a golf course.
This map highlights the excellent location of the campus, especially with regard to the city centre:
To get an idea about the campus and location of buildings, you can check out various pages on the UBC site:
Several programs, especially in medical and health areas, are delivered at one of our affiliated hospitals or government agencies.
UBC Robson Square
Very few of our graduate programs are delivered at this campus location, e. g. the Master of Health Administration. Robson Square is predominantly used for continuing education, some law and business programs and professional development courses.
Great Northern Way
This campus is a joint initiative between several institutions. Only one graduate program (Master of Digital Media) is delivered at this location.
UBC Okanagan Campus
In 2005, UBC opened this campus in Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley, BC. None of the programs mentioned on the Faculty of Graduate Studies website are delivered on this campus. If you are interested in the UBC Okanagan campus, please visit the College of Graduate Studies to find out what graduate programs are offered at that location. None of the programs listed on this page (www.grad.ubc.ca) are delivered at the Okanagan campus!