2. Submit documentation
Applications are not reviewed by the admissions committee until all of the following required supporting documentation is received in official form. To expedite the admissions process, students can scan and upload their unofficial documents for evaluation. However, official documentation will be required for final admission and it must be received by the document deadline.
|Early entrance scholarship deadline
||April 19, 2022
||May 19, 2022
|Merit scholarship deadline
||July 19, 2022
||August 19, 2022
|Final application deadline
||September 20, 2022
||October 20, 2022
For more information about the scholarships, please see here.
The final document deadline for November 2022 entry is October 20, 2022.
- Official transcripts in sealed university envelopes (plus official English translations if transcripts are not issued in English by the home university). UBC graduates do not need to submit UBC transcripts as the Robert H. Lee Graduate School will access these through the Student Information System Centre (SISC)
- Original degree certificates in sealed university envelopes (plus English translations if certificates are not issued in English by the home university)
- Official TOEFL (program code: 0965) or IELTS (no code required - please send to UBC) scores. Official test scores should be received by UBC directly from the testing agency
- Official GMAT (program code: LQS-CP-94) scores. Official test scores should be received by UBC directly from the testing agency. GMAT may be waived for those applicants with considerable quantitative academic backgrounds
Important note regarding documents
All submitted application materials, including irreplaceable documents, become the property of the UBC Sauder School of Business and will not be returned. Applications received or completed after the deadlines will be considered only if space is available.
If you have applied to our programs within the last two years, it is not necessary to submit new letters of reference and new transcripts unless you have undertaken further academic studies, as we retain all documentation for a two-year period.