Korea University-UBC Joint Academic Program
The KU-UBC program was launched in 2001 with the goal of facilitating cultural exchange between Korea and Canada at a national level, as well as at a personal level among students from diverse cultural backgrounds. Enhancing academic cooperation between the two universities is one of several means to reach this goal. Each year the KU-UBC program selects as many as 100 students who are in their second or third year currently studying at Korea University and allows them to spend an academic year in Vancouver.
Tec de Monterrey Joint Academic Partnership
The Tec-UBC Joint Academic Program recruits students from Mexico’s Tec de Monterrey to study at UBC. Most regular credit courses from the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Land and Food Systems, and the Sauder School of Business are open to Tec students. Credits earned at UBC are transferable to Tec. The Tec-UBC Program allows students to combine education, travel, cultural exchange, and life learning in a supportive environment.