Academic study and research are the core of the graduate experience at UBCO. Many resources are available to help graduate students thrive academically and take charge of their educations.

The College of Graduate Studies supports current master’s and doctoral students throughout a student’s graduate career. For help planning your academic program, speak to a Graduate Program Coordinator in your program of interest. Coordinators can assist with program planning, degree requirements and other course-related questions.

Thesis and Dissertation

A thesis is the final product of a student’s time in graduate school. Students should begin planning their thesis from the beginning of their program.

THESIS

Registration

There may be situations where graduate students would like more information about our registration process or visiting student agreements.

REgistration

Leaves and Withdrawals

There may be situations where graduate students need to pursue a leave of absence, or would like more information about withdrawals.

Leaves/WITHDRAWALS

Program Completion and Graduation

If you’re nearing the completion of your graduate degree at UBC’s Okanagan campus, this is the place to check deadlines and other requirements related to program completion.

program completion

DEADLINES

Want to schedule your graduate experience? Identify and learn more about the major deadlines applicable to graduate students.

KEY DATES

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Centre For Scholarly Communication

The Centre For Scholarly Communication (CSC) supports graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, staff and faculty in distributing their research.

Scholarly Communication

Centre for Teaching and Learning

The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides campus-wide support for all models of teaching and learning, including workshops for teaching assistants.

Teaching and Learning

Office of Research Services

The Office of Research Services (ORS) seeks to advance research by enhancing the promotion, development and management of research, knowledge transfer and innovation.

Research Services

Disability Resource Centre

The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) ensures educational equity for those who have a disability, illness, or injury and experience barriers in an educational setting.

Disability Resources