Interested in research, but don't know where to start? Become a mentee with Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO). URO runs the Research Experience Program (REX) during the UBC school year from September until March, with the aim of encouraging and facilitating undergraduate students into research. Mentees will be paired up with mentors who are experts in their field of study (PhDs, Masters, PostDocs, etc.). You will then work closely with your group of mentees and mentor in order to tackle research problems and to gain valuable research experience.
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Next 36 is a NEXT Canada initiative that delivers a world-class founder development program to Canada’s most promising young entrepreneurs. The program provides a select group of undergraduate students and recent grads with a unique combination of education, mentorship, and up to $60,000 in seed investment to launch a new business.
Attend an information session on September 28 to learn about the program, application timelines, what you can expect, and more. You'll also have a chance to ask questions and hear from some of UBC's Next 36 alumni.
Looking for a way to get some experience and learn how to apply your knowledge beyond the classroom? The International Service Learning Program administered by the Office of Regional and International Community Engagement at UBC (ORICE) has course-based and co-curricular experiences which can help you do just that!
ORICE programs explore regional and international community engagement through course-based placements, community-led development programs, and more.
The UBC PMF is accepting applications from members of the UBC Sauder School of Business Class of 2020 (currently in Year 2) to enter the program in October 2017.
The UBC PMF is a 2-year extra-curricular program that provides training for a career in the global capital markets (money management, investment banking, sales and trading, etc.). Accepted students are given summer employment training: