It is very important that all documents and fees required for admission are received by the Real Estate Division by the admission deadline of the term you wish to enrol in. If all documents and/or fees are not received by the deadline it may delay your ability to meet the registration deadline for your term. If your application is completed after the registration deadline, you may not receive your course materials until after your course has begun, and this can affect your course progress. Should this happen, this can affect your ability to meet assignment, project or exam deadlines, and may cause additional late assignment fees to be applied. See Late Admission for details.
Applying Credits to Other Institutions
Students seeking to use credits earned in Real Estate Division programs as meeting admission or program requirements at other educational institutions, should first confirm with that institution’s registrar that the Real Estate Division credits will satisfy those programs’ requirements.
Retention of Academic Documents
All students applying to Real Estate Division programs should note that documents submitted in support of an application for admission are held for a period of 2 years only. Students who apply for admission and submit documents in support of their admission, but do not register in a course within 2 years of the date of admission, will be required to resubmit documents in order to maintain their admission status and be permitted to register in program courses.
Financial Support Options
UBC's Financial Support Options webpage outlines a number of potential sources for financial assistance, including scholarships, bursaries, grants, and loans, both within BC and across Canada. The Real Estate Division does not administer any aspect of any financial assistance program and cannot advise students regarding these program requirements. For questions of eligibility, students must contact the issuing organizations directly.