• UNBC Welcomes New President

    Dr. Daniel Weeks brings a wealth of experience as a professor and university administrator to his new job as UNBC president. 

  • Where We Are: Prince George
    Where We Are

    Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, the City of Prince George is the home of the University of Northern British Columbia.

  • The Learning Environment Video

    Watch this video about the learning environment at UNBC from student Kaleigh Milinazzo.

  • Student Morgan Melnyk talks about the UNBC Experience
    Experience UNBC

    Watch the video to learn about the UNBC experience with student Morgan Melnyk. 

  • UNBC Prince George Campus
    Welcome to UNBC

    The main UNBC campus is located in Prince George, BC and is known for its stunning architecture and connection to the community and nature that surrounds it.

  • Time to Register

    Registration for courses beginning in September 2014 and January 2015 is now open. You can view course descriptions and schedules online, and even get a jump start by registering early.

Transfer Student Admission Requirements

Transfer Student Admission Requirements

To apply for admission as a transfer student, students must have a minimum of 15 credit hours of acceptable transfer course work and be in good academic standing and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.  
  • Transfer students will be required to complete all degree requirements with in the program they plan to complete at UNBC.
  • Any applicant who has been required to withdraw or has been placed on academic probation by the transferring institution: 
    • must wait for three full semesters before being admissible to UNBC, and 
    • must outline any work completed or experience gained which would better qualify them to successfully complete work at UNBC 
  • No transfer credit will be awarded for any course with a grade of less than 0.67 or D- (50-52.9%). 
  • Transfer credit normally will not be awarded for courses completed in excess of ten academic years prior to the date of first UNBC registration.
  • Must declare all previously attended post secondary institutions
  • If a student’s first language is not English they will be required to meet UNBC’s English language requirements
  • Transfer credit will be examined once admissions have received a paid application and transcript
If you are transferring from a BC public post secondary institution you can visit the BC Transfer guide for an idea of what may transfer.