A unique location
The University of British Columbia enjoys an international reputation for excellence in research and learning.
During term-time the campus is a bustling hive of activity, while in summer, when most of the full-time students are away, the atmosphere is serene and relaxed.
From a visitor’s perspective, the UBC campus is also home to several notable landmarks, including the Museum of Anthropology, Rose Garden and Japanese Gardens. It’s also adjacent to popular beaches and the hiking and biking trails of Pacific Spirit Park.
There are a range of accommodation and dining options on campus, plus stores and other amenities.
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A distinctly international city
Vancouver is a distinctly international city with an exciting entrepreneurial spirit. This helps Sauder attract faculty and students from around the world, giving the school a very cosmopolitan feel.
The host city for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, Vancouver is regularly ranked as one of the world's most livable cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Vancouver has also been voted “Best City in the Americas” a number of times by Condé Nast Traveler Magazine.
With its mild climate, snow-capped peaks, downtown beaches and cosmopolitan culture, it’s not hard to see why.