The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) is a small, research-intensive university, the main campus of which is located in Prince George, British Columbia. UNBC also has regional campuses in the northern British Columbia cities of Prince Rupert, Terrace, Quesnel, and Fort St. John. The enabling legislation is the University of Northern British Columbia Act 1996. In the 2013-2014 academic year, 4,020 students were enrolled at UNBC.

 Why UNBC?

Top 5% Worldwide
UNBC made its debut on the prestigious Times Higher Education World University Rankings in 2017. The only Canadian University of its size to be included in the rankings, UNBC is featured in the group ranked 801st to 1,000th. That puts UNBC in the top five per cent of post-secondary institutions in the world.

Top 3 in Canada for 10
UNBC is the only small university in Canada to finish in the top three in its category each of the past 11 years in the Maclean’s rankings. UNBC placed first in the rankings in 2016 and 2017 and consistently scores well in categories relating to student awards, student to faculty ratio and the student satisfaction survey. In 2018, UNBC finished in second place in the Primarily Undergraduate category.



Environmental and
Sustainability Studies
First Nations Studies
General Arts
Global and International Studies
Nature-based Tourism
Northern Studies
Political Science
Public Administration and
Community Development
Women`s and Gender Studies
General Business

Human Resources Management
International Business
Elementary Education
Secondary Education
Fine Arts and Creative Writing
Biomedical Studies
Community and Population
Biochemistry and Molecular
Computer Science
Conservation Science and
Environmental Science
Forest Ecology and

Integrated Science
Mathematics and Statistics
Natural Resources Management
Wildlife and Fisheries
Environmental Engineering
First Nations Planning
Natural Resources Planning
Northern and Rural
Community Planning
Child Welfare Specialization
First Nations Specialization
Global Environmental Change
International Development
Russian Studies


Business Administration
Development Economics
Disability Management
First Nations Studies
Gender Studies
Health Sciences
Integrated Wood Design

Interdisciplinary Studies
International Studies
Mathematical, Computer,
Physical & Molecular Sciences
Natural Resources &
Environmental Studies
Political Science
Social Work

Health Sciences
Natural Resources &
Environmental Studies
Leading for Learning
Aboriginal Child and Youth
Mental Health
Special Education

For other programs, diploma, certificates, dual-degree, etc, please visit: 

Entry Requirements
For both undergraduate and graduate level
TOELF iBT    90, no band falls below 20
IELTS            6.5, no band falls below 6.0

Tuition & Fees

International undergraduate tuition is $719.62 per credit hour.
All information is available at:


Please visit: for hundreds of scholarships. Some scholarships can help covering all your tuition if you are qualified. Some of them are listed as below:


Scholarship Value
President`s Silver Anniversary Award for Excellence in Leadership $6,000 1st year | $5,500/year for 3 years
Canada 150th Anniversary International Scholarship $2,000/year, renewable
Raven Scholarship $5,500
Northern BC Mining Research Award $5,000
UNBC Leadership Award $3,000
UNBC Merit Award $2,500
Leadership Award for New Undergraduates $2,500


Scholarship  Value 
Doctoral Dissertation Completion Award $6,000 per completion, tuition waiver for 5th year
Chan Sisters Foundation Award Program for Graduates $6,000
Graduate Entrance Research Award $5,000
Graduate Entrance Scholarship $10,000
UNBC Doctoral Tuition Award Tuition waiver
UNBC Graduate Scholarship $3,500
UNBC Masters Tuition Scholarship Half tuition waiver


September Semester: March 1
January Semester: June 1
All undergraduate application deadlines are announced at:
For graduate application deadlines, please visit course’s website or send an query to your program manager.

Living in British Columbia

As one of the most beautiful provinces in Canada and one of the top tourist spots, British Columbia offers some of the last truly wild country in North America as well as some of the most exciting cities. With a population of over 4.5 million people, most residents tend to live in Vancouver and the capital city, Victoria.
With so much undeveloped land, British Columbia has become a prime destination for the film industry, with vast areas free of power-lines, roads, fences or any other modern features to spoil the shot. British Columbia has the third largest film industry in North America, right after Hollywood, and New York and is often referred to as, “Hollywood North.”
This province is blessed with an abundance of natural resources, meaning that the most lucrative industries are agriculture, fishing and mining. As a strong and growing economy, job opportunities open up often in construction, manufacturing and education.


The Student Life department at UNBC develops and implements fun student activities that engage a diverse student population and enrich their experience. In addition, there are dozens of student-run clubs, CIS-level varsity athletics teams, intramurals, and countless outdoor activities right in our own backyard. Life at UNBC is fun, supportive and social. Explore the website to see how you can be part of the experience:

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