October 13, 2022

UBC Engineering Open House - Online

About

Discover UBC Engineering through presentations, panel discussions and virtual booths. You’ll learn about:

  • our innovative first year curriculum
  • degree options, including minors and dual degrees
  • our 14 engineering programs from the UBC Vancouver and UBC Okanagan campuses
  • admissions
  • student life
  • co-op and other work experience
  • opportunities to study and work internationally
  • extracurriculars and clubs

Our panel of faculty, staff and students will be available to answer your questions. Even if you can't attend live, we'll email the recordings to all registrants. 

What to expect:

The event will take place for a couple of hours each day over the course of three days. You'll get the best experience by attending all three days, though it is not required.

Each day's content will be different, but every day will include a research spotlight session, presentations, and the chance to hear from current students or advisors. Some highlights to look forward to are included below.

Thursday, October 13, 6:00-8:00 pm PT: 

  • Research Spotlights
  • Why engineering
  • Women in Engineering Panel

Friday, October 14, 4:00-6:15 pm PT: 

  • Research Spotlights
  • UBC Engineering Admissions
  • Speak with each of our UBC Engineering Programs

Saturday, October 15, 9:00-11:00am PT:

  • Research Spotlights
  • Student Experience Panel
  • International Student Session
  • Transfer Student Session

UBC Engineering Open House - Online Registration Form

Discover your future at one of Canada's top engineering schools. Prospective high school and post-secondary transfer students are invited to learn more about what makes UBC Engineering an amazing place to study. The UBC Engineering Open House - Online, will take place on the event platform Hopin from October 13 through October 15.

Student Details
WHICH GENDER IDENTITY DO YOU MOST IDENTIFY WITH?
People whose current gender is woman. This includes cisgender and transgender people who are women.
People whose current gender is man. This includes cisgender and transgender people who are men.
People whose current gender is not exclusively a woman or man. This includes people who do not have one gender, have no gender, are gender fluid, or are Two-Spirit.
DO YOU SELF-IDENTIFY AS AN INDIGENOUS PERSON?
Event Details
The UBC Engineering Open House - Online will take place over the course of three days. Each day will have a specific time during which our live events will take place with different topics covered each day. A more comprehensive schedule will be sent out to registered attendees closer to the event. 
Please indicate which days you are planning to attend live! If you change your mind there is no need to update us as you will still have access to all three days. 
Highlights of Thursday include Research Spotlights, Why Engineering presentation, Women in Engineering Panel, and drop in Q&A for our advisors.
Highlights of Friday include Research Spotlights, UBC Engineering Admissions presentation, the chance to speak with each of our 14 UBC Engineering Programs from the Vancouver and Okanagan campus.
Highlights on Saturday include Research Spotlights, Student Experience Panel, International Student Session, Transfer Student Session.
School details
If you are from outside of British Columbia or do not see your school listed, please check the box "My school is not listed" below the drop down
Please indicate your current grade level and a brief reason why you would like to attend
Hopin Login Details
First initial or alias is acceptable
Last initial or alias is acceptable
Advanced Questions

The UBC Faculty of Applied Science (APSC) uses HOPIN virtual event hosting software to collect and store personal information. HOPIN will collect names and contact information of individuals. This information is collected under the authority of Sections 26(c) of the BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), and is used for registration for and managing attendance of students for the UBC Engineering Applicant Event. By providing your email address on this form, you agree to allow The University of British Columbia to contact you with updates and information about UBC Engineering. UBC APSC will not disclose this information, except where required by law. HOPIN and its affiliates may process and/or store personal information outside of Canada. HOPIN's Privacy Policy governs the collection and use of data (https://hopin.com/privacy). Should you have any questions or concerns about the information collected, or the privacy and security of that information, please contact Erin Fehr at erin.fehr@ubc.ca. View our Privacy Policy.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Erin Fehr, erin.fehr@ubc.ca

Date & Time

Thu, October 13 - Sat, October 15, 2022

Online

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