Joint Academic Programs

Sciences Po and Faculty of Arts, UBC Dual BA Program

The University of British Columbia has partnered with renowned French university Sciences Po (l’Institut d’études politiques de Paris) to launch its first international undergraduate dual-degree program. Students can now pursue a four-year dual Bachelor of Arts or dual Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce, studying two years at each institution and earning degrees from both.

Tec de Monterrey-UBC Joint Academic Program

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, the 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.

Arts Vancouver Summer Program

The International Summer Arts Program was launched in 2013 to provide a cross-cultural learning experience for groups of students from several partner universities. The program provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to learn about Canadian culture firsthand through the study of the social sciences, social/cultural activities, and intercultural workshops.