Got a quick question? We offer drop-in advising over Zoom every Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. for prospective and current applicants to our programs. Please note that these drop-in sessions are meant for brief advising and may not go into as much detail so that we can accommodate and provide service to other students as well.Click to access the Zoom waiting room
Meeting ID: 645 0269 7870
Applications open on October 1, 2022 and will close on January 15, 2023. You can visit our FAQs for prospective applicants.
You may sign-up for a webinar, or view our archive of past webinars here. See also our admissions FAQs, Self-Assessment: Academic Requirements page, and Experience Requirements page.
Please note, the UBC Teacher Education Office will be closed for the Winter Holiday starting December 25, 2020, and will reopen on January 04, 2021. If you are applying for September 2021 admission, the application and official documentation deadline is January 15, 2021. Please refer to the TEO Admissions website and Admissions FAQ sections for information on commonly-asked questions. Drop-in advising will not be offered over the Holiday closure.
If you are not an applicant for the 2021 BEd program and for questions relating to a 2022/23 application or beyond, please wait until after January to contact us.
What do you want help with?
Advising is available to anyone interested in applying to or learning more about the UBC Bachelor of Education program, including all teacher education program options offered by the Faculty of education.
Email is our preferred method of contact. Using email, we can answer most questions and provide URLs with even more information.
If you require a dedicated 15-minute advising appointment, please request an appointment using this form. You can also email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us: 604 822 5242.
Learn & Ask:
- Learn about our programs and determine your program of interest.
- Review the frequently asked questions. This list is frequently answered and updated.
- If your question is not answered, email our reception team.
- If your question is still not answered, email our admissions officers (see below).
- Complete an academic self-assessment worksheet for your teaching area(s).
- Bring your unofficial transcripts.
Once you have selected a diploma or certificate on the Professional Development & Community Engagement (PDCE) website, you may have questions about next steps.
For questions about programs or course selection, contact a PDCE advisor.
For questions regarding application forms, fees, and transcripts, contact the Teacher Education Office.
Contact a program manager if:
- You have questions about readmission or reinstatement into the BEd program
- You are a visiting or unclassified student