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Post Secondary Institution Info

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If you would like to receive regular email updates including information from post-secondary institutions regarding admissions requirements, scholarships, programs, etc. please email Mrs. LaMarre at [email protected] and included the following:
Required info:
Student's first and last name
Student's email
Parent/Guardian email
Optional info:
Colleges/Universities/Technical or Vocational schools of interest
Programs/areas of study of interest
If you have any questions or would like assistance with connecting you with someone at a college, university, technical or vocational program, please contact Mary LaMarre at [email protected] or call her at 250-562-6441 ext: 111.

Post Secondary BC

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Hey Students, feel free to check out this resource!

Post-Secondary BC

Representatives from the following post-secondary institutions will be at PGSS on September 28 from 1-3 pm in the PGSS Learning Commons. Students can visit booths and gather information on admission requirements, programs, scholarships & bursaries, campus life, etc. 

 If you have individual students who want to attend, there is a sign-up sheet in the counselling centre.  


For information on each of the schools, please click on the links below:



September 28th from 1-3pm in the PGSS Learning Commons

BC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – Burnaby: One of BC’s largest institutions with more than 48,000 students at five [5] main campuses. Entrance requirements are program specific.

CANADIAN FORCES/RMC – Various Locations: If you qualify for paid university, complete your degree at either the Royal Military College or any accredited program at a Canadian university.

CANADIAN COAST GUARD COLLEGE – Located in Sydney, NS, the CCG College is a national, bilingual, degree-conferring institution providing career opportunities in the Coast Guard.

COLLEGE OF NEW CALEDONIA – Prince George: Over 70 programs in health sciences, trades and technologies, social services, business and university studies. Has several regional campuses.

NICOLA VALLEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – A place for Indigenous people to study within a supportive environment at the main campus in Merritt, and a satellite campus in Vancouver.

NORTHERN LIGHTS COLLEGE – Seven campuses and access centres across the northern third of BC, offering adult basic ed, academic and vocational programs, trades and apprenticeships.

OKANAGAN COLLEGE – Offers more than 130 different programs from certificates to bachelor’s degrees to post-baccalaureate diplomas and is B.C.’s second-largest trades training institution.

SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY – The Burnaby Mountain campus includes more than three dozen academic buildings, while SFU Surrey campus is located near the Surrey Central transit station.

THOMPSON RIVERS UNIVERSITY – In Kamloops, with more than 140 on-campus programs in arts, science, health sciences, tourism, business, education, social work, nursing and law.

TRINITY WESTERN UNIVERSITY - Canada’s premier Christian liberal arts university offering 47 undergraduate and 19 graduate programs on a main campus in Langley and also in Richmond.

UNIVERSITY OF BC – A global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the top 40 universities in the world, with campuses in Vancouver and Kelowna (UBC Okanagan)

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN BC – One of Canada’s best small universities with undergraduate and graduate programs in arts and science, professional degrees, medicine and engineering.

UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA – More than 70% of students from outside the Greater Victoria area, with over 1,000 Indigenous students from across Canada and 3,400 international students.  

VANCOUVER ISLAND UNIVERSITY - The main campus in Nanaimo hosts an ocean-view campus, spanning 92 scenic acres, and is a quick city transit ride to Nanaimo’s harbourside downtown.

I should also note that on our PSBC website, under the EVENTS listings, there are also a number of interesting online information sessions about specific programs, being hosted by member institutions, and encourage your students to regularly check our website for these new opportunities.

Best regards,

Josh Keller

Administrative Co-ordinator

Post-Secondary BC

Canadian Universities Event

Canadian Universities Event

CUE BC Committee

CUE (Canadian Universities Event) will be hosting a virtual event for students on January 19.  The event allows students to visit with university reps from over 50 Canadian post-secondary institutions.  This event is geared towards Grade 11 and 12 students and their supporters.

Each university will have a drop-in style virtual booth where students can choose which universities they wish to visit and can ask questions about programs, admissions, scholarships, housing and more.

Event Details

What: Canadian Universities Event (CUE) Virtual evening

When: January 19 from 6:00-8:00pm PST

Registration at



Canadian Universities Event - Connecting Students to Post‑Secondary

We are committed to helping students find their perfect fit in Canadian post-secondary education. CUE brings together over 45 of Canada’s finest post-secondary institutions.






Indigenous Grad Info

Attached is a brochure with information about scholarships for Indigenous Students as well as links to post-secondary Institutions.  Please share with Grade 12 Indigenous learners.
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Below is more information: 
A link to a portal for post-secondary information for all Indigenous youth.



If you are planning to attend UNBC (and have been accepted or conditionally accepted) in the fall, please join UNBC reps for a course registration session at PGSS on May 11th at lunch in computer labs 511 and 512. 

The NBNP is a 2-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (3rd & 4th level) that introduces students to the unique aspects of delivering healthcare in small urban and rural communities located throughout B.C.’s northern regions and beyond. The NBNP will be offered in Prince George for the first time in September 2023 – students must have prior non-nursing post-secondary credits to be eligible to apply. You can find more information about the program here.

This Open House is an opportunity for prospective students and our community to learn more about the NBNP program, chat with program instructors, and take a tour of the campus! Light refreshments will be provided.

Click here to register for this event! Drop-ins are also welcome to attend. Feel free to post and share the attached poster with folks in your network 😊

If you have any questions about this event or any of our undergraduate programs, feel free to contact me directly at [email protected] or 250-960-6785.



The Road to MD & MD/PHD from 5-6 pm on March 10. This event is focused on community outreach for students interested in applying for medical school. This can provide students with a chance to hear from speakers at various stages along their own medical journey and to engage with prospective mentors. The speaker list will include students from the Northern Medical Program as well as those beginning their application process




Explore UNBC

 Explore UNBC webpage.


Student Recruitment and Advising Centre

University of Northern British Columbia

3333 University Way

Prince George, B.C., Canada | Traditional Territory of the Lheidli T'enneh

[email protected]


The link to apply to UNBC is:

Undergraduate Admissions If you are looking to apply for a post-secondary certificate, diploma or Bachelor's degree, you'll be applying for Undergraduate admissions. If you are currently in high school, attending college or university and want to transfer, or even just take some courses, this admission information is for you.
Financial Aid
Attached is an example pamphlet that you can provide to interested parents/students/staff regarding UNBC Awards & Financial Aid Information and the upcoming UNBC Award Competition deadlines, or feel free to forward a portion of this email along to parents/students.

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Prospective Student Viewbooks


We will be mailing out physical viewbooks to your school in the coming months but in the meantime please view the online version on our website and share with your students and parents/guardians.

UNBC Future Students Viewbook

Future Students Blog

We are also excited about launching our Future Students blog where we hope to keep our prospective students up to speed on important deadlines, scholarships and news! Our next post will focus on a walk-through of the EducationPlannerBC online application.


The student recruitment team

You will no doubt recognize familiar faces within the UNBC Student Recruitment team this year; all of our contact information is found on our website here.


Events for Future Students | Viewbook | Subscribe to our Newsletter



Dennis Stark  (he, him)Director, Student Recruitment | Student Recruitment & Advising Centre

University of Northern British Columbia

Office: 250-960-6657 | Cell: 778-349-5343Email: [email protected] | Web: https://unbc4u.unbc.caI respectfully acknowledge that the land on which I workis the traditional unceded territory of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation.Lheidli means "where the two rivers flow together" and T'enneh means "the People”

College of New Caledonia

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Current grade 12s who have been accepted to CNC please plan to attend an academic advising session at PGSS on Wednesday May 31 from 2-3pm. Information is attached. 



College of New Caledonia

Recruitment ServicesOffice of the Registrar3330 - 22nd Avenue, Prince George, BC Canada V2N 1P8


250 561 5855 l Viewbook l Campus Tour l Student for a Day


I acknowledge that I reside on the traditional unceded territory of the Lheidli T'enneh

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Daniel Ramcharran BA,MAManager of Recruitment ServicesOffice of the Registrar3330 - 22nd Avenue, Prince George, BC Canada V2N 1P8


250 617 9928800 371 8111

Coast Mountain College


Good Morning everyone,

In case you did not know, Coast Mountain College offers the first year of engineering and students can transfer into second year at Universities all over British Columbia after completing this certificate. To learn more about our Engineering Certificate pathway, please check out this adobe spark presentation. There is a link to the virtual event in this presentation as well as attached to this email.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me!

Jessica Scafe, B.Ed  | Student Recruitment Coordinator


Coast Mountain College  |  5331 McConnell Avenue, Terrace, BC V8G 4X2

Cell & Whats App:  250.641-2532  | E-mail: [email protected]

Coast Mountain College acknowledges the Tsimshian people of Kitsumkalum, especially the Laxgibuu Clan on whose unceded traditional territory the Terrace campus is located.

University of Victoria

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Booking student appointments

A reminder that students and parents can book virtual and in-person appointments with me to get all of their questions answered and learn how to become a UVic student. Virtual appointments can be booked using our online booking system, and in-person appointments can be booked by contacting [email protected]

New CustomViewbook

A reminder that we have launched our new CustomViewbook, which allows students to build a personalized, online viewbook focused on the programs, services and other parts of UVic life they want to learn about.

I hope the holiday season will bring you some much-deserved rest and relaxation.

All the best, Meghan

Book a virtual appointment | Register for an upcoming event


Meghan Thompson
Student Recruitment Officer

University of Victoria  |

[email protected]

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Join us for Big Info At-Home Edition
Big Info is the largest program expo and information session at BCIT. It's a chance to find out about many of our programs – from business, computing, and health to engineering, trades, and applied sciences. Big Info will be hosted on Zoom over four nights. Each night will cover specific industry sectors as well as key student service areas. While the event may look a little different, you'll still be able to hear from faculty and staff, and get all your questions answered without leaving your couch. Learn more
Book a virtual visit with a Program Advisor
Are your students still exploring their post secondary options? Or maybe they've narrowed down to a field, but need help with specific program selection. Program Advising can come to you virtually via Zoom. Let us know when and we'll host a webinar for students and parents. To book your session, email [email protected]

Computing students solve real-world problems
BCIT Computing students work with industry clients to provide real solutions to real problems with their Computing Industry Project. Read about one project where students designed a nurse scheduling web app for BC Women's Hospital. Read the full story

Selkirk College Pre-Med Program

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Selkirk College’s Rural Pre-Medicine Program (RPM) is inviting interested students and their families from rural communities across B.C. to an informational event, "An Evening with RPM."


The event is a chance for people to learn more about rewarding careers in rural health and the Selkirk College undergraduate program that can help get them there. Attendees will have the chance to ask questions of program coordinators, Takaia Larsen, and Jonathan Vanderhoek, as well as connect with current and former RPM students as part of a fun and informal evening.


To find out more and to join us virtually or in-person, please RSVP by registering here.


Learn more about Selkirk College’s Rural Pre-Medicine (RPM) program here.


Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions. Thank you!


Melanie Barber Baribeau, BA, BEd

Student Recruitment Coordinator

Selkirk College, West Kootenay & Boundary Regiont: 250.505​.1336 or 1.866.301.6601; ext. 11336 | e: [email protected] w:

Together we build remarkable futuresSelkirk College acknowledges the traditional territories of the Sinixt (Lakes),the Syilx (Okanagan), the Ktunaxa, and the Secwépemc (Shuswap) peoples.

University of Calgary

A rep from the University of Calgary will be at PGSS on Monday October 16th from 1:45-2:55pm to share information about programs, entrance requirements, scholarships, athletics, campus life, and more!
Please sign up in the counselling centre if you would like to attend this session. 
Follow this link for more information about the University of Calgary:
Want to learn about the University of Calgary and their programs, admission requirements, campus life, scholarships, and more?

Vancouver Island University

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Applications are open at Vancouver Island University. Students who know what they are interested in can apply at Recruiters in the Office of Future students are happy to answer any questions; reach out to them at [email protected].  Those interested in checking out the VIU Nanaimo Campus can book a Campus Tour here. Campus Tours are led by our Students Ambassadors, current VIU students who can point out highlights and answer questions.  

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Applications are open at Vancouver Island University. Students who know what they are interested in can apply at Recruiters in the Office of Future students are happy to answer any questions; reach out to them at [email protected]


Services for Aboriginal Students Highlights

What is a self-declaration? We encourage Indigenous applicants to declare their Aboriginal ancestry when they apply to VIU. Students who have declared their ancestry are eligible for Indigenous scholarships, awards, and bursaries, and are notified of other opportunities such as community events, job postings and more! It also helps ensure that VIU continues to provide great resources for Indigenous students. No proof of ancestry is required, and the declaration can be done during the application process or after through the online student record.  Check out this video to learn a bit more about VIU’s Aboriginal Gathering Place.  

Featured Videos and Blog Post
How to apply to Vancouver Island University
Advising at VIU
Why is VIU Working for you? Students share their stories
VIU Off-Campus Housing: supporting students with a range of rental-accommodation inquiries.Finding affordable rental housing in Nanaimo is challenging and every VIU student has their own needs. We have house-hunting strategies and resources that may work well for you. We also regularly speak to planners and developers about the future of housing for all students. House repairs, pests and privacy are some of the issues we hear about. Knowing your legal rights can often be what’s needed. Roommate fallouts can be major stressors, too. We’ll try to help you find a roommate, but we’re also here if things go wrong. And, if we don’t know the answers, we’re in touch with related support services on and off-campus. When it’s time to move out, common questions are about breaking leases, subletting and getting deposits back. Get in touch and we’ll talk you through what you need to know. Contact Michael in VIU Off-Campus Housing at [email protected] for more information or support. Visit the VIU Off-Campus Housing site for lots of useful resources and links.
VIU's Child and Youth Care Program will be holding Program Information Sessions in January and March!To find further information and register for the session you would like to attend, you can do so at the following link:
Upcoming Info SessionResource Management and Protection Thursday, December 8 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm This info session will take place via zoom. You can access the meeting invite at the following link: 


Events for Students and Parents

Spring Open House and Pre-Orientation for applicants
Saturday, March 25, 2023 9:00 am - 2:30 pm

As you know, we accept applications to TRU all year. What better way to explore TRU than at Open House? Students and families are invited to spend an exciting day on campus exploring TRU facilities, programs and services. Students can even create their individualized schedule to suit their interests. 

Applicants are encouraged to attend as there will be tailored information around course planning, financial aid and next steps. 

Students are asked to register in advance (for numbers) and more information will be online in the upcoming weeks. 

Discover TRU - Virtual Sessions

For students thinking about applying for an undergraduate program at TRU. Join us online to learn what it's like to be a TRU student while we uncover the top 10 reasons to choose TRU. (Including how to apply!)

Wednesday, February 15                 6:30 p.m.            Virtual                      Register     
Thursday, March 23           6:30 p.m.      Virtual       Register


Parent Information Nights

Parents and guardians of current or recent high school students who are exploring post-secondary are invited to join us at Parent Information Nights. 

Join the Future Students Team to learn about TRU, ask questions, and gain the knowledge and resources to support your future post-secondary student.

Wednesday, February 1       7:00 p.m.         In person, Welcome Centre       Register
Thursday, February 2 7:00 p.m. Virtual Register


Student For A Day
March 13 - 31, 2023

Perfect for students who are considering university and who want to see what TRU campus life is all about. 

Students join us on campus and become a TRU Student for a Day.

The day will include: 

  • attending 2 lectures
  • campus tours with an Ambassador
  • pizza lunch with the Future Students Team (with pre-admission advising)

Registration will open the first week of February. Watch for our email to share with students. All spaces were filled within 24 hours in 2022.

Check out the classes, schedule, and format here

Admissions Updates

Application Deadline Reminders and Extensions


Bachelor of Science in Nursing:

  • Deadline to apply is January 31, 2023. The last date to take the CASPer test is February 2, 2023.


  •  Deadline to apply is now February 28, 2023.

Veterinary Technology Diploma:

  • Deadline to apply is February 1, 2023. 

Bachelor of Education (Elementary)APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED

  • Deadline to apply is now March 15, 2023.
  • Virtual Information Session on February 2: REGISTER NOW
Contact Information

The Future Students Team is available to connect with you and your students through a number of platforms: 

Interested in booking an in-person presentation for your grades 10-12 classes or your community? Email [email protected].

Thompson Rivers University campuses are on the traditional lands of the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc (Kamloops campus) and the T'exelc (Williams Lake campus) within Secwépemc'ulucw, the traditional and unceded territory of the Secwépemc.

TRU Future Students Office

Thompson Rivers University, 805 TRU Way, Kamloops, BC  V2C 0C8

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Enrolment Updates
Bachelor of Journalism
Originally suspended for Fall 2022 but is now ACCEPTING applications. The program review will continue while the program runs.  Students can apply on EPBC. 
Your Path to TRU: Future Student Blog

We are excited to announce the launch of the TRU future student blog. Students can read first hand stories about TRU, Kamloops, admissions and student life from current students and the Future Students team. New articles are posted weekly.

Entrance Scholarships

Applications are now open for the 2022-2023 Entrance Scholarships. Students will need to apply through their MyTRU account which is available once they have applied to TRU. 

Information on how to apply and dates and deadlines can be found on our Student Awards & Financial Aid website. 

Changes this year:

  • Grade 11 grades will be used for scholarship and awards adjudication.
  • Referees will provide references using the new fillable PDF Reference Form
  • Copies of transcripts will not be required unless requested directly from the Student Awards office. 
Medical Lab Assistant (Online)

Did you know that there is a national shortage of Medical Lab Assistants, particularly in BC? This means a very high probability of employability with this credential.

TRU Open Learning offers a self-paced, continuous enrolment MLA certificate that can be completed in as little as 6 months.  Only grade 12 graduation required.

What does an MLA do? Collect blood (phlebotomy) and other specimens, prepare, distribute, and process routine tests, data entry, clerical duties , and ECG tests. 

If students have questions about this program, email [email protected].

Upcoming Events for Students
Planned events for future students can be found on our events page.
How Can Students Connect With the Future Students Office?

The future students team is back on campus and meeting with students while following provincial safety guidelines. 

That's all for now! As always, please do not hesitate to get in touch if you or your students have questions.

The Future Students Team

December 2023


Events for Students and Parents

Virtual Program Info Sessions


Open to both students and parents, these sessions provide a unique chance to connect with our faculty directly and delve into the details of our diverse programs. From arts and science to business and trades, there's a session covering it all. In these sessions, faculties will share comprehensive overview of admission processes and the potential career pathways.


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Discover TRU - Virtual and In Person Sessions


For students thinking about applying for an undergraduate program at TRU.  Join us online to learn what it’s like to be a TRU student while we uncover the top 10 reasons to choose TRU. (Including how to apply!)


Thursday, December 12 
  6:00 p.m.

Application 101: Scholarship & Awards Virtual Info Session


The TRU Future Students Office and Student Awards and Financial Aid will be online to review the scholarship and awards application process. Join us to discover tips and tricks you need for your application.

Topics covered are: 

  • Why you should apply
  • What you should apply for
  • How to apply
  • How to write a strong essay (the do's and don'ts!)
  • Review of a scholarship winner


Wednesday January 24 
  4:30 p.m.

Parent Information Nights


Are you a parent or guardian of a current or recent high school student who is exploring post-secondary? They will probably look to you for guidance as they navigate the transition to university, so we're here to help!


Join the Future Students Team to learn about TRU, ask questions, and gain the knowledge and resources to support your future post-secondary student.


Thursday January 11   
6: 30 p.m.     

Admissions Updates

NEW PROGRAM: Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering

We're thrilled to share some exciting news with you - applications for our brand-new Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering program are now open!


In this five-year program (with mandatory co-op), students will learn to design cutting-edge hardware systems, develop software solutions and optimize computer networks. This program is truly where design meets technology in the most exciting way. 


Our first intake is September 2024.

Explore the program



💡Did you know the average salary in Canada for computer engineers was $94,575 in 2023?

Associate of Commerce and Business Administration


Students uncertain about their educational commitment can apply for our open admission associate business program. This diploma is designed to acknowledge the achievements of those facing financial, family, work, or academic constraints preventing the completion of a full four-year business degree. Graduates can later return to TRU to complete the Bachelor of Business Administration. 


Explore the program

Applications are OPEN


Students apply to TRU through EPBC. Application deadlines of note are:


  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing: January 31, 2024
  • Respiratory Therapy: February 1, 2024
  • Veterinary Technology: February 1, 2024


All other applications are recommended to apply before May 1 for the fall 2024 term. 

Students can APPLY NOW for Scholarships, Bursaries, and Entrance Awards


Did you know that TRU offers over $5 million in scholarships, bursaries, and awards each year to both new and returning students? Applying is simple, and with just one application, students are automatically considered for all eligible funding.

Learn More


Brief overview:

General Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships:

up to $30,000 per scholarship

Recognizes academic excellence, leadership, service and accomplishments that foster TRU's values. 


March 1

TRU Undergraduate Entrance Awards: 

up to $4,000 per award

Recognizes leadership, service and accomplishments that foster TRU's values, with preference to first generation university students. 


April 1 

TRU Assurance Bursary: 

up to $20,000 per bursary

For new and returning bachelor degree students, with preference to students enrolled in open programs, and/or from the TRU region. 


May 31

TRU Undergraduate Entrance Bursary: 

up to $4,000 per bursary 

For new, full-time, diploma or degree students facing financial hardship.


May 31


Note: Should students have any queries regarding their eligibility or application, they can reach out directly to [email protected] or join our virtual information session, "Application 101 - Scholarships and Awards", to receive support for their application.


Wednesday, January 24
  4:30 p.m.


Contact Information

The Future Students Team is available to connect with you and your students through a number of platforms: 



Interested in booking an in person presentation for your grades 10-12 classes or your community?  email [email protected].


Thompson Rivers University campuses are on the traditional lands of the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc (Kamloops campus) and the T’exelc (Williams Lake campus) within Secwepemcúl’ecw, the traditional and unceded territory of the Secwépemc.


TRU Future Students Office


Thompson Rivers University, 805 TRU Way, Kamloops, BC  V2C 0C8


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SFU Simon Fraser University





You are invited to join SFU Environment professors and current students at the Burnaby Campus, for a fun, and informative event on your Pro-D day, Friday, October 21st, from 9:45AM to 2:00PM. Through hands-on activities you will get to investigate some big issues:

  • A Matter of Degrees – Climate, Concrete and Community spaces 
  •  CSI, Bones & Indiana Jones: Exploring Biological Archaeology
  •  Planning Sustainable Communities for Tomorrow
  •  Heatwaves and Waterways: Is a Dry Stream Still A Stream? 
Learn More

Space is limited—the event will fill up


Chris Mitchell - [email protected]

Student Recruiter

Faculty of Environment

T. | 778-782-6594


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Let me know if you have any questions!
Have a great day,
Olivia Baptiste

UBC Summer Science Program Assistant

Faculty of Medicine | Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health

University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus2206 East Mall  |  Musqueam Territory  |  Vancouver, BC Canada, V6T 1Z9

T: 604 827 1444 | E:  [email protected]


Experience UBC from home with a live virtual tour. Register now!

Thank you,


Claire Vial (she/her)

Student Recruiter-Advisor  |  Student Recruitment and Advising

Enrolment Services | The University of British Columbia  |  Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory

1206-1874 East Mall, Brock Hall  | Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z1

[email protected] |



UBC Health and Rural eMentoring BC present: Going Rural - Opportunities in Rural Healthcare


Event details

  • Description: This is a free event for rural students and students interested in rural healthcare.
    • Hear rural students' perspectives on getting into and succeeding in health professions schools and programs. Get tips on applying to schools and learn what it's like to be a student in dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, and medical school. 
    • Hear from an interprofessional panel of students about their experiences during placements in rural areas. Learn what it’s like to be a healthcare provider in a rural setting and the importance of interprofessional team-based care in rural settings to advance health equity.
    • Meet admissions representatives from college and university health professions programs, network with other rural-minded students, and get information and resources to help you pursue your educational and career journey in rural healthcare. Play games, win prizes, score some swag!
  • When: January 23rd 2024: 5-8pm Pacific Time Zone (doors open at 4:30)
  • Where: Online - ReMBC's space. No need to download an app, just click on a link and you're there.
  • Who can attend: High school, college, university students from a rural community or who are interested in rural healthcare.
  • Free registration and learn



We acknowledge that ReMBC’s offices are located on traditional, ancestral and unceded xʷməθkʷəyəm (Musqueam) Territory. We are grateful to be able to run our program on these beautiful lands.

UBC Okanagan

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Hello from UBC!



Chiara Mason (She/Her/Hers)
Associate Recruiter Admissions Advisor 
Student Recruitment and Advising | Enrolment Services

The University of British Columbia

Okanagan campus | Syilx Okanagan Nation Territory
Vancouver campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory

604.827.2133 | [email protected] |


Experience UBC from home with a live virtual tour. Register now!

Capliano University

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Kindest regards,
Hiten, Cheryl-Ann, Rumbi, Rafaela, Kaitlin and Hannah
If you know someone who would like to subscribe to this newsletter, ask them to email [email protected].

Cape Breton University

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My name is Chelsey Martell, and I’m a Cape Breton University Domestic Recruitment Officer!Since the end of the school year is quickly approaching (It is hard to believe!), I thought I’d connect and let you know I’m here to chat about the many post-secondary study options at CBU, and anything else CBU-related!Feel free to get in touch anytime. 


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  Chelsey Martell, BSc

   Domestic Student Recruitment Officer

    P.  902-574-4722

    E. [email protected]

University of Alberta

Good Morning!
A rep from the University of Alberta will be at PGSS on October 4th during block 2 to share a presentation in the learning commons. This is an opportunity to gather information about programs, admission requirements, scholarships, campus life, etc. at U of A. Please sign up in counselling if you would like to attend. You will need block 2 teacher permission.
Here is a link to U of A for more information:

HELLO, 2023!

Happy New Year and welcome back! We hope you had a restful holiday season. The University of Alberta’s Recruitment Team is back in action and gearing up for all that is in store for 2023. We look forward to working with you and your students again this year in a variety of ways.



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Campus Tours

You and your students can see our vibrant campus community for yourself with a North Campus and Lister Residence Tour led by current U of A students. Can’t make it to campus in person? We also offer a variety of virtual opportunities. Learn more and register at

Indigenous Recruitment

Indigenous students and counsellors are welcome to contact [email protected] or Trevor Phillips (Manager, Indigenous Recruitment) at [email protected] for all application questions, including program selection, funding and scholarships and identity documentation.

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Applications for Fall 2024 are now open for priority admission

Priority Admission applicants are the first to have their application reviewed and are automatically considered for Entrance Scholarships 

Prepare to submit an application by reviewing the links below:

How to Apply

Academic RequirementsEnglish Language Proficiency Requirements (if applicable)Portfolio Requirements


Important Deadlines:

February 1 - Application, Portfolio, transcripts and English Language Proficiency deadline for Priority Admission to First year StudiesMay 1 - Application, Portfolio, transcript and English Language Proficiency deadline for transfer/returning students


Join us in-person or online!

Upcoming events:October 28, 2023 | Open House at AUArts | In-person and OnlineNovember 25, 2023 | Fall Portfolio Review Day In-personDecember 1, 2023 | ShowOff! Compeititon and Exhibition Submission Open | For student attending high school in Canada | OnlineJanuary 20, 2024 Winter Portfolio Review Day | Online

Monthly online info session:Topics include:How to apply and about AUArts, Portfolio Guide, About the BFA program, About the BDes program, Application for International Students

Register for an upcoming info session here

Book a 1-on-1 online meeting:Questions about our programs? Concerns about academic requirements? Interested in a portfolio review? Book a one-on-one virtual appointment below. Staff is available Monday to Thursday to chat or prepare you to submit your portfolio or application!

Book an one-on-one appointment today

Visit campus:Campus Tours are offered every Thursday from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. MST and are hosted by current AUArts students!

Schedule a tour here


Getting there starts by going here.Admissions and RecruitmentP: 403.284.7617[email protected]

1407 14 Avenue NWCalgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 4R3Alberta University of the Arts is a community of thinkers, shapers, makers and risk-takers. We are students, faculty, staff and alumni rich in diversity of culture and thought, challenged to fearlessly explore what moves us, drives us, and implores us to see the world differently. Alberta University of the Arts rests on the traditional treaty 7 territories of the Blackfoot people. To promote reconciliation, we acknowledge the traditional territories and oral practices of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Piikani and Kainai), the TsuuT’ina (Sarcee) the Stoney Nakoda First Nations (Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley), the Metis Nation (Region 3) and all those who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.