Information Sessions

We recognize these are unusual times in education and want to provide all those interested in learning more about the UBC MD Undergraduate Program an opportunity to attend our virtual information sessions. These sessions are free to attend.

Each session will focus on specific topics so we can thoroughly cover a particular subject and take questions following the presentation. We will offer general information sessions and additional sessions covering topics such as academic qualifications, non-academic qualifications, and Indigenous and Northern and Rural Pathways. New information sessions dates are posted regularly. Keep an eye on the schedule and be sure to join us for a discussion and have your questions answered by the MD Admissions Team.  

Upcoming Information Sessions

July 2022 Sessions

Register your preferred session (s) for July.

Date Time  Session 
Monday, July 4th 12-1 PM PDT Indigenous
Wednesday, July 6th 12-1 PM PDT General Information Session
Friday, July 15th 10-11 AM PDT Non-Academic (NAQ) 
Wednesday, July 20th 12-1 PM PDT Academic (AQ)
Tuesday, July 26th 2 – 3 PM PDT Northern & Rural 

Thank you.

How to Register

  • To register, use the link above the schedule and select the appropriate date & session available in the survey.  You will receive a confirmation email after successfully registering for a virtual session, with a link to access the session.
  • Arrive on time and prepare in advance to take notes. Recording of the session is not allowed.

 

Note:

Please be aware that the unauthorized use of any recording device is strictly prohibited during any telephone call, meeting, information session (in person and online), or interview session. Handwritten notes may be taken for your own personal reference.

 

Advising Information for Applicants

Unfortunately, the admissions office is unable to provide one-on-one advising. Unsuccessful applicants (ineligible applicants, applicants who are not invited for an interview, applicants who are interviewed, but do not receive an offer and waitlisted applicants who have been removed from the waitlist) receive information on the academic, non-academic and interview portions of their application (if applicable).

Applicants are encouraged to evaluate their individual scores against the posted Admissions Statistics in order to identify their strengths and weaknesses in comparison to the applicant pool and accepted applicants. The admissions office will not provide any further details or specifics regarding the results of any file evaluation for unsuccessful applicants.

More Information

Current Applicants

All questions regarding the current online application must be sent via the online application system.

Prospective Applicants

  1. Review the comprehensive information on our website.
  2. Consider attending one of our online information sessions to get answers to your questions.
  3. If you’re unable to find the information you need, please contact the MD Admissions team