How to Apply

The application period for the 2023/24 Bachelor of Education program is now closed. The Faculty of Education will begin accepting applications for the 2024/25 Bachelor of Education program starting October 1, 2023.

  1. Create an account and complete the online application form at EducationPlannerBC .

    The extended deadline to submit your application is January 31, 2023.

  2. The Personal Profile is part of the application form on EducationPlannerBC and must be fully completed in order to submit your application.

  1. 1. Official transcripts and proofs of registration

  2. 2. Two Reference Report Forms

  3. 3. Language Proficiency Tests (if required) - must be completed by June 30, 2023.

Once you have submitted your application and paid the application fee, you will have access to the online supplemental application form via the UBC Student Service Centre (SSC) .

After you submit your application and pay your application fee, you will receive an acknowledgement email from our office, usually within two to three weeks, with instructions on how to check the status of your application, including documents received, online on the Student Service Centre (SSC) . With the volume of applications and documents our office receives, this is the best way to confirm documents are received within a timely manner.

Most applicants will be informed of their admission decision in May by email. If admitted, an admission package and further instructions will be sent. Please ensure UBC is on your safe senders list, and regularly check your spam filters for UBC emails.

All academic work, including prerequisite courses, and courses used to fulfill requirements for other programs of study, must be fully completed by June 30, 2023.

Final official transcripts and language exam scores must be received by the Teacher Education Office by July 31, 2023.


If you still have any unanswered questions, you can attend our webinars, read our FAQs, or contact our office for advising inquiries.

Please note that all communication and interactions with the Teacher Education Office and Faculty of Education are considered part of the admissions process and are taken into account when considering applicants for admission. Admission may be denied to applicants who communicate in an unprofessional manner or who act in an inappropriate manner during the admissions process, regardless of academic standing.