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UBC Diploma in Accounting Program


As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we promise to keep you informed every step of the way.

As has been communicated, the university is preparing for a return to in-person activity this September. At UBC DAP, we are planning to deliver courses in-person while continuing to offer 100% online courses for students who are unable to study on-campus.

Exact details with respect to course schedules, and UBC Point Grey and UBC Robson Square in-class offerings for the Winter Session Term 1 in September 2021 are still to be determined. However, we encourage you to visit our website for the most up-to-date information. We will also post updates on the UBC DAP LinkedIn page.


Important information for UBC DAP students

    • July 1, application deadline for September 2021 intake
    • November 1, application deadline for January 2022 intake
  • To be confirmed

  • We are currently planning for all UBC DAP courses to be delivered in-person, while also providing a 100% online option for students as well. There is also a contingency plan to shift in-person courses to online if restrictive COVID protocols are re-imposed by BC’s Provincial Health Officer.

  • If you have selected one or more in-class course options, you are expected to arrive in time to regularly attend all classes in person starting September 7, 2021. If you are unable to be on campus for reasons beyond your control, you must discuss your situation with the DAP office as soon as you know you are unable to be on campus. Please email us at

  • International students need a valid study permit to attend UBC DAP classes. Getting a permit can take several months, so be sure to begin the process as soon as you accept your offer of admission. Information on study permits can be found on the UBC's International Student Guide.

  • Before travelling to Canada, you will need to check if you’re eligible to enter Canada, prepare documentation to support essential travel, prepare your quarantine (self-isolate) plan, and know what to do upon arrival at the airport or border. The UBC International Student Guide provides a guide to travelling to Canada during COVID as well as resources and information on immigration, health insurance, and working in Canada during and after your studies.

  • BC’s COVID-19 Immunization Plan intends to have all BC residents aged 18 and older receive their first dose of the vaccine by end of June 2021 with second doses administered within 16 weeks. Updated information on BC’s COVID-19 Immunization Plan can be found here.

    Anyone living in BC, including international students, are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Information on how to get vaccinated for COVID-19 in BC can be found here.

  • We look forward to seeing you this September. However, if you are unable to start your studies this fall you may wish to defer to a later start date, such as January or May 2022. If you’ve been accepted into UBC DAP, deferral requests can be sent to any time prior to your original start date.

  • If you are a prospective student, please email your questions to

    If you are a current student, please email your questions to