As you begin your application to the UBC Sciences Po Dual Degree program, it’s important to familiarize yourself with key dates and deadlines:
- Application deadlines for the program
- Interview dates if you are shortlisted for an admission interview
Get a picture of the application cycle and deadlines for the program. Unless noted otherwise, deadlines are in Pacific Standard Time.
|Deadline Schedule for Admission to the 2017/2018 Academic Year|
|UBC online application opens||September 1, 2016|
|UBC Sciences Po supplemental application available online||September 16, 2016|
|UBC online application deadline for domestic applicants who wish to be considered for Major Entrance Scholarships
Applicants can submit their UBC online application first, and submit the supplemental by the January 9, 2017 deadline.
|December 1, 2016|
|Deadline for both UBC online application and Dual Degree supplemental application||January 9, 2017|
|All applicants notified of application status. Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an admission interview.||Mid-February 2017|
|Conditional offer of admission
All offers of admission are conditional and require applicants to maintain the same level of achievement as at the time of application.
|April 1, 2017|
|Accepting or declining your Dual Degree offer.||May 1, 2017|
|Official start of program at Sciences Po campuses in France.||Late August 2017|
All applicants will be notified in mid-February about the status of their application. If you are shortlisted for the Dual Degree program, you will be invited to meet with representatives from both UBC and Sciences Po for an interview. This interview is required for all shortlisted applicants, and you will be asked to select an interview date and location in the supplemental application. You will have the option of choosing an in-person or virtual interview.
Unsuccessful applicants will also be notified of their ongoing consideration for the regular UBC BA program.
|Interview Dates and Locations for Admission to 2017/2018 Academic Year|
|Toronto, Canada||February 23-24, 2017|
|Paris, France||February 27-March 3, 2017|
|Beijing, China||March 4, 2017|
|Vancouver, Canada||March 6-10, 2017|
|Virtual (Europe Time Zone)||February 27-March 3, 2017|
|Virtual (Pacific Time Zone)||March 6-10, 2017|
If you are choosing a virtual interview, you will be asked to include the name and contact information of an individual who can serve as a proctor during your interview. A proctor is an individual who monitors a student, and cannot be someone who is related to the student, or present a conflict of interest. It can be a teacher or a counsellor at the student’s school.