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Submissions to the Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research

The Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research (CJUR) is a student-led biannual publication, founded in 2015 by a group of undergraduate students at UBC. Their goal is to provide an accessible platform for undergraduates to gain experience in academic publishing.

CJUR is currently accepting submissions for its summer issue. Their submission deadline is May 30, 2017. 

See submission instructions


The Undergraduate Awards 2017

Have a piece of coursework that you’re proud of? Submit to The Undergraduate Awards to earn international recognition for your work!

The Undergraduate Awards is the world's largest academic awards programme, celebrating top undergraduate coursework and fostering interdisciplinary collaboration between students and recent graduates worldwide.

Why apply?


COMM 483 Leadership and General Management info sessions and application

Years 2 and above: COMM 483 (formerly numbered COMM 486R) is modelled after Harvard's first year MBA program and is led by Professor Bob Elton, a previous CEO of BC Hydro and CFO of Eldorado Gold. The class develops leaders through the study and discussion of business cases, great leaders, guest speakers, and current global issues in a team oriented and open environment.


An Introduction to Capital Markets Careers and the UBC Portfolio Management Foundation (PMF)

Year 1s: Do you have an interest in finance and global capital markets? This session will include an overview of the capital markets and an introduction to the PMF by Professor Rob Heinkel. Current PMF students will be on hand to share their experiences. There will also be time for individual Q&A.

Date: Monday, April 3, 2017
Time: 12:00 to 1:00pm
Location: Henry Angus Room 343
No RSVP required

Learn more about UBC PMF


National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

If you're currently in Year 1 or Year 4, we encourage you to participate in the NSSE survey. Your feedback can help us make the student experience even better at UBC, by shaping the programs and services we offer to help students succeed at UBC and beyond.

You can take the NSSE survey on UBC Connect or through a survey link that you have already received from


COMM 486W Creative Destruction Lab information session

COMM 486W, the Creative Destruction Lab, is a course designed to teach students about the formation, financing and management of massively scalable companies through a series of close interactions with early-stage technology companies and their potential seed investors. Admission to COMM 486W is by application and restricted to students in Year 4 (in 2017W).

Join us for an information session about the program and the course:

Date: Wednesday, March 22
Time: 12:30 to 1:30pm
Location: Henry Angus 437

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