Great professors incredible location and memorable experiences A UBC bachelor's degree fully prepares you for continued studies or work post graduation Only downside was the cost of housing and campus food [...]
UBC's Anthropology department is one of the best in the country Many of my classes made use of MOA where we curated and researched artefacts As well I found the majority of my profs to be insightful and experienced Overall I would highly recommend UBC for its location accessibility and [...]
The communities have been able to develop highly intricate designs in the engineering program The professors are highly involved with the students they not only provide assistance with projects but also research and out of class experience opportunities Which are very helpful in career development overall [...]
Great professors, incredible location, and memorable experiences. A UBC bachelor’s degree fully prepares you for continued studies or work post graduation. Only downside was the cost of housing and campus food!
UBC’s Anthropology department is one of the best in the country. Many of my classes made use of MOA, where we curated and researched artefacts. As well, I found the majority of my profs to be insightful and experienced. Overall, I would highly recommend UBC for its location, accessibility, and future career opportunities.
The communities have been able to develop highly intricate designs in the engineering program. The professors are highly involved with the students, they not only provide assistance with projects but also research and out of class experience opportunities. Which are very helpful in career development overall.
UBC is a great school overall. It does have its flaws, as all schools do because none are perfect. The people, location and community is really what made me fall in love with the institution. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. The city is quite beautiful and there are many places to explore. In terms of extra help outside of class, the school is on top of it. There are many different programs and extracurricular that can aid in being successful. Some of the flaws of the school I would have to say is the limited eateries on campus and expensive living. Other than that, I love UBC.
UBC is an absolute once-in-a-lifetime experience. From amazing faculty, ambience, student life, accommodations to diversity, extra-curricular, and opportunities makes it an unbelievable experience. You will feel alive and happy every day at UBC surrounded by students, staff and faculty to support you every step of the way.
UBC student life is a perfect cocktail of studies, parties, sports and more. To top all of that it is located in the most livable city with all sorts of weather and a place where you can enjoy the beach with a view of the mountains.
I am a commerce student studying in Sauder. It’s definitely a stressful program but the professors and classmates are supportive. I have many opportunities for internships outside of school. Something I disliked about the program is the lack of creativity that has given to us.
I would highlight the community aspects of the school. Where Professors are more than happy to help the student reach their goals while still challenging them and ensuring they learn and gain an education along the line. For first-year students living on campus is a great way to make connections and create lifelong friendships and if you are ever confused on what to do the ever-present presence of your Residence Advisor will make you feel safe while providing the answers you need.
I think that cognitive science is really about exploring your interest in either psychology, computer science or even the linguistic field. This is my first year studying COGS major and the instructors are friendly and helpful as they provide a lot of resources for us to strive through the courses and also discuss a lot with students regarding the different social and ethical issues.
UBC has been a great place to meet and make connections. Personally I believe its one of the best universities in the world because its main focus is research. This is really important if you wish to work anywhere in the world as you can drive real change. I have also been involved in a student start up organisation called ThePlug Vancouver which has allowed me to make a name for myself in Vancouver, BC. UBC has without a doubt changed my life and I would 100% recommend coming to Canada 🙂
The arts program has been an exceptional experience, especially as a first-year student coming with great uncertainty. Honestly, the first semester was difficult for me as I was completely overwhelmed with this new workload as well as being away from my family for the first time. However, the people I met along the way as well as the support from my professors made the process a lot easier. I found that almost all of my professors were prepared to be involved in each students learning experience, which was a huge help in such large classes. In general, the school is actually very concerned about the lives of the students as I was always kept up-to-date on important events and notifications. Emails were consistently sent out whenever significant news developed, which made me feel quite safe in the midst of a pandemic. Overall, my first year as an art student at UBC was memorable, I went through many ups and downs, but now, I am not only looking forward but certainly excited to be returning for my second year at UBC.
What I really like about my course program is that nobody is ever made to feel left out in lessons we work in a team and connect to sprout ideas out and speak to each other The course itself is so informative with the knowledge of the film industry and [...]
think in terms of energy,frequency and vibrations. Nikola Tesla 1886
Power engineering is such a versatile program in the field of engineering and that makes it quite interesting and enlightening It covers a wide range of courses and fields Very difficult but worth it I always wanted to study something associated with energy electrical and mechanical engineering and power engineering [...]
Currently in the third year of the Ipag Business School PGE program I recommend this human-sized school where the teachers and the coordination are attentive and very understanding The program provides an overview of the trades resulting from commerce with very rewarding group projects and where each teacher brings his [...]
I like that my program was strong based on the curriculum The student life wasn t so good because of Covid I barely got to meet people from my course The lecturers gave an excellent teaching service although some struggled to teach the core part of the courses online The [...]
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Edinburgh, The United Kingdom; Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Well Linnaeus university is very good and helpful to the student about the study material and future plans so I recommend it to other students if they want to study in Europe especially in Swedish universities Thank You [...]
Surrey university is very good for keeping in contact with their students and keeping us up to date with what is going on The variety of clubs and societies is phenomenal there is something for absolutely everyone I personally find that the sports teams are all very close much like [...]
Hello everyone I graduated from USEM Faculty of Economics Today you are active in this field after graduating from university Student years were the most joyful and exciting The lessons View more
I would recommend Good resources for research Knowledgeable professors and instructors Conducive environment for studying and doing assignments Helpful staff and faculty Food options are good An overall good place View more
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