Interested in applying? Your first step is to apply for the Bachelor of Applied Science (Engineering) degree. No matter what your academic history is, ensure that you'll meet the requirements to enter the Bachelor of Applied Science.
Once you are are ready to apply, you can view the UBC Undergraduate Programs and Admissions application instructions for more details.
Submit your application before the deadline! Visit Dates and Deadlines for a listing of important dates for your application.
Your application isn’t complete until you have paid the non-refundable application fee which include the General Admissions and Applied Science application fees. For the most up-to-date info, visit the UBC Academic Calendar.
The Personal Profile is an opportunity for you to tell us more about who you are, the challenges you’ve overcome and your personal achievements. This is conveyed through a series of short written essays and will be used for admission and entrance scholarships. Transfer students will typically not be asked to submit a Personal Profile as part of your application, the application will prompt you to complete the Personal Profile if it is required to complete your application.
What documents do you need to apply?
After you’ve submitted your application, UBC Admissions will email you to let you know which documents you are required to submit and when. The documents required will vary depending on your level of studies, location, and program. Select the category that best describes your education background to learn how to submit your documents.
How will you be assessed for admission?
UBC Admissions will look to make sure that you’ve met the requirements for our program and will consider your grades, your course choices and your achievements beyond academics. For more information about What We Look For, please refer to our UBC Undergraduate Programs and Admissions website.
Ready to apply?
Complete your application on Education Planner BC. First you'll complete your applicant profile, then select UBC as your institution, indicating the Bachelor of Applied Science (Engineering) as your program choice, and finally you'll complete, review and submit your application!