5 Steps to Your Graduate Application

2. Review
4. Submit

Prepare to Upload Your Information & Documents

Information for All Applicants

Application Fee

Applicants can pay the application fee as part of the online application process. The application fee is required to be paid by the application deadline. All applications not paid will be closed at the deadline.

  • The application fee is $76.50 (Canadian Funds) for domestic applicants.
  • The application fee is $153.00 (Canadian Funds) for international applicants.


Applicants are welcome to upload unofficial transcripts from ALL post-secondary institutions attended but you need to make arrangements to have the official transcript sent to UNBC by the application deadline. All official transcripts are required, no matter how long it has been since you attended and even if the coursework was not completed. Failure to do so may result in your admission being denied, an admission offer rescinded, or removal from a graduate program. Official transcripts should be sent to: UNBC - Office of the Registrar, Attn: Graduate Studies Unit, 3333 University Way, Prince George, BC V2N 4Z9 CANADA

International applicants are required to also upload proof of Bachelor's degree (and/or Master's degree if applicable).

Reference L​etters

Applicants will need to supply the email addresses and first and last name information for the three people to be used as referees for your graduate application. Ideally, you should obtain the referee's institutional/organizational email address for this purpose. Depending on the graduate program you are applying to, you may need to supply academic and/or professional references.

Support​ing Documents

All supporting documents should be uploaded or entered via the online application. For details on required documents, please refer to the application checklists.

Official transcripts and official English language proficiency test scores need to be sent directly from the issuing institution to UNBC, but copies of other documents such as the Statement of Academic Interests, Sample of Written Academic Work (if applicable), and unofficial transcripts can be uploaded and do not need to be sent by mail if uploaded.

Frequently Asked Questions

Admission Tests

Applying to Multiple Programs

Define "Degree Conferred"

Must Previously Submitted Documents be Resubmitted?

Selecting the Campus of Study

Information fo​r International Applicants

Many international applicants will need to supply official documentation in order to satisfy UNBC's minimum admission requirements.

Information for Referees