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Transfer credit is the transfer of previously completed courses from another institution to UBC. You can transfer a maximum of 60 credits.
Log in to your Student Service Centre (SSC), go to Grades/Records > Transfer Credit and select “UBC Okanagan” from the drop-down menu.
Degree Navigator is a tool that shows you how courses fit into various degree/majors offered at UBC’s Okanagan campus. You can access this program through your SSC: under Registration > Degree Navigator – Okanagan
If you have completed coursework after you submitted transcript(s), you will need to send your latest official transcript(s) from that institution to receive transfer credits.
Please forward your transcripts to the following address:
UBC Okanagan – Enrolment Services
UNC322 – 3272 University Way
Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7
Students can receive two types of transfer credit:
Credit granted for a specific UBC Okanagan course. This transfer credit will be used as if the course was taken at UBC. For example, MATH 100 (3). You should not register in this course at UBC as you cannot receive credit twice for the same course.
Credit granted for a specific subject and year level (for example, PYSO 1st (3)). This credit may not automatically apply towards a specific requirement but is useful for elective requirements.
If you completed university-level course work in high school (IB, AP, or A-levels), you may be eligible for first-year credit. You will need to submit an official copy of your IB diploma or exam results (AP/A-levels) to receive transfer credits.
If a course you took at your previous institution did not transfer and you feel it should, contact Academic Advising. If you would like to request a re-evaluation of any particular unassigned credits, you need to provide detailed course outlines to Enrolment Services using the Articulation Request Form. You should have the detailed course outline if you kept your notes or have access to your course information from your former institution. If not, you can generally obtain them from most university websites.
It is important to talk with an Academic Advisor prior to registering to ensure your transfer credits are used correctly. Call 250 807 9100 to make an in-person, phone, or Skype appointment to speak with an Academic Advisor.
UBC’s Okanagan campus is situated on the territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation