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Application for admission to the Faculty of Forestry must be made through Enrolment Services. Procedures, policies and admission requirements for the University of British Columbia and the Faculty of Forestry are specified in the Admissions section of the Calendar. Admission requirements specific to each degree program are provided in the section describing the specific degree.

UBC Langara Aboriginal Transfer Partnership

To be eligible to transfer to UBC into the Faculty of Forestry through this partnership, Aboriginal students must meet the general requirements for admission as a post-secondary transfer student as well as the following specific requirements:

  • Successful completion of at least 24 transferable credits.
  • An academic average of 2.0 or greater on the most recent 30 credits of transferable courses attempted, including failed and retaken courses.
  • Completion of required high school academic prerequisites. In some cases, university transferable coursework may satisfy these prerequisites.
  • Successful completion of the Transition Plan offered by Langara in collaboration with UBC.

Applicants who do not meet these requirements may be considered for admission as a general transfer student and can be considered through UBC's Aboriginal Admissions Policy.

For more information about the UBC Langara Partnership, please visit the website

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