Post-Secondary Courses that Count Toward BC/Yukon Secondary School Graduation

The UBC Okanagan campus recognizes certain post-secondary courses, completed as part of the high school graduation requirements, for admission and for transfer credit.

For the purpose of admission, all post-secondary courses completed toward high school graduation must satisfy the requirements of the program of study to which an applicant is admitted. These courses must be transferable to the Okanagan campus in accordance with agreed-upon equivalencies published in the BC Transfer Guide1. Successfully completed post-secondary courses are considered electives and will not be used in place of required Grade 12 courses.

The admission average will be calculated on English 12 or English 12 First Peoples and three additional UBC Okanagan campus-approved Grade 12 Courses or approved post-secondary course(s). Applicants must arrange to have an official transcript sent directly from their post-secondary institution to Undergraduate Admissions.

Courses successfully completed at recognized colleges and universities in BC and the Yukon are granted transfer credit in accordance with agreed-upon equivalencies published in the BC Transfer Guide.

1With the exception of Canadian Aboriginal language post-secondary courses. Contact Undergraduate Admissions for more information.

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