Graduate Programs

Indigenous Graduation

Overview

Graduate studies extend beyond the classroom intersecting various social conditions. Graduate students have the opportunity to work with leading Indigenous scholars across departments and faculties. Graduate students can also become mentors through initiatives, such as SAGE.

Indigenous Graduate Education Portal

If you are considering graduate studies, be sure to visit the AT: U2G web portal, a site dedicated to helping Indigenous students transition to graduate studies. You will find videos, stories, tip sheets and other information to help you survive and thrive in your graduate program.

Ts’‘kel Concentration Program

The Ts’‘kel Concentration (Ts’‘kel means golden eagle in the Hal’qemeylem language) is an integrated program offered through the Department of Educational Studies (EDST) for advancing Indigenous access and content in education and across disciplines throughout UBC.

If you are interested in the Ts’‘kel Concentration, you must first enroll in a graduate program of your choice. In your application letter, note your background and desire to study and conduct research on Indigenous topics. Once admitted, you can apply Ts”kel courses to your graduate program. Learn more

Master of Education in Indigenous Education – NEW

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How to Apply

Review the application process and admission requirements provided on the UBC Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website for graduate programs offered by the following UBC Faculty of Education departments and schools. Submit your application online. The deadline to apply to PhD programs is December 1.

Once all required components of your application are received by the department’s or school’s Graduate Program Assistant, your application will be reviewed by the admissions committee.