Engineering Transfer Program

Complete an approved engineering transfer certificate or diploma from one of the following BC colleges or universities. Students following this route of admission will need to complete their chosen Engineering Transfer Program (ENGT) or Common First-Year Engineering Curriculum (CFYEC) within one academic year* and with a GPA of at least 3.1 to be eligible for guaranteed placement in second-year engineering at UBC Vancouver. 

Ensure your selected Humanities elective is an approved subject


Colleges/universities offering the Engineering Transfer Programs 

*In addition to the one-year program, Capilano University and Douglas College also offer a two-year Engineering Transfer Program in which students must complete all of the required courses that are part of the program over two academic years to be eligible for second-year engineering at UBC Vancouver. 

Additional colleges/universities offering a Common First Year Engineering Curriculum


UBC-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership

First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students may pursue UBC Engineering through an extended first year offered in collaboration with Langara. Indigenous students must successfully complete the Engineering Transfer Program at Langara with a GPA of 2.8 over a 24-month period and complete the Transition Plan to be eligible for second-year engineering at UBC. 

Learn more about the UBC-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership



Technology Diploma Bridge Program

Camosun College's Engineering Bridge program allows technology diploma graduates into third-year at UBC Engineering. 

Diploma graduates in civil engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology, or mining engineering technology are eligible for the third-year Civil, Mechanical, or Mining Engineering program, respectively. 

Learn more about Camosun College's Engineering Bridge Program



For more information about UBC Engineering transfer options at the UBC Okanagan campus: UBC Okanagan Engineering Transfer Program

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