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澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership

The 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership is a collaboration between the University of British Columbia and Langara College that offers Indigenous students a clear pathway to a 澳门二四六天天彩 degree. Through the Partnership, you鈥檒l gain access to scholarships and awards, personalized advisor and faculty guidance, and the academic and personal preparation required to successfully transition from Langara to life on 澳门二四六天天彩鈥檚 Vancouver campus.

 

The term “Indigenous” refers inclusively to status and non-status First Nations, M茅tis, and Inuit peoples of Canada, in accordance with the BC Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA), which defines “Indigenous peoples” as aboriginal peoples under section 35(2) of the Constitution Act, 1982.

Step 1: Apply to Langara College

You must submit your Langara College application via the EducationPlannerBC website. Be sure to self-identify as an Indigenous person of Canada on your application.

To attend Langara, you must meet the following academic requirements:

  1. English Language Requirement, Category 3; and
  2. One or all of the following:
    • Successful completion of a BC secondary program (Grade 12) or equivalent;
    • Be at least 19 years of age on the first day of your first semester; or
    • Successful completion of an Adult Basic Education (ABE) or General Educational Development (GED) program.

Step 2: Enrol in the 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership

(You can enrol at any point during your time at Langara, so long as it鈥檚 before you apply to 澳门二四六天天彩.)

Complete the 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership registration form and indicate your 澳门二四六天天彩 faculty or faculties of interest:

  • Applied Science (Engineering)
  • Arts
  • Commerce
  • Forestry
  • Kinesiology
  • Land and Food Systems
  • Science

Submit your completed form to the Indigenous Gathering Space (Room C140) at Langara. If you are unable to drop off your form during business hours, please email a signed copy to indigenous@langara.ca.

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澳门二四六天天彩 Story: Laura Beaudry 澳门二四六天天彩 Story: Laura Beaudry

Laura’s story

M茅tis-Cree | Grouard, Alberta | Anthropology, with a minor in Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice

When Laura started out at Langara College, she already had her sights set on law school. Now a 澳门二四六天天彩 Centennial Leaders Entrance Award winner and fourth year Anthropology student on the Vancouver campus, she looks back at her journey from Langara to 澳门二四六天天彩 through the Indigenous Transfer Partnership.

"Reading through the criteria on the Indigenous Transfer Partnership application, I couldn鈥檛 see a reason not to sign up."

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Step 3: Create a transition plan

Connect with the and the 澳门二四六天天彩 Community Liaison Manager to begin planning your courses for your degree program, and to find out when you should submit your application to 澳门二四六天天彩. Please note, some programs have required first- and second-year courses, and promotion requirements. Please connect with the 澳门二四六天天彩 Community Liaison Manager for course selection prior to registering for courses at Langara College.

Step 4: Meet 澳门二四六天天彩鈥檚 admission requirements

As a Langara transfer student, you must meet 澳门二四六天天彩鈥檚 general admission requirements for transfer students from a Canadian college and your chosen faculty鈥檚 specific requirements on the Vancouver campus (listed below) before applying to 澳门二四六天天彩. It takes two semesters of full-time study to earn 24 credits, so most students spend one or two years at Langara.

You must complete 澳门二四六天天彩鈥檚 general admission requirements and the faculty-specific requirements no later than April 30 in the same year as your September start at 澳门二四六天天彩. As indicated below in the faculty-specific requirements, some programs will also require you to complete high school prerequisites, or the equivalent in approved university-transferable coursework. Please see 澳门二四六天天彩鈥檚 high school admission requirements as directed.

Scroll to find your faculty-specific requirements at 澳门二四六天天彩.

Step 5: Apply to 澳门二四六天天彩

Once you are on track to successfully听complete 澳门二四六天天彩鈥檚 general admission requirements and your faculty-specific admission requirements by April 30 in the same year as your September start at 澳门二四六天天彩, your next step is to apply to 澳门二四六天天彩 before the application deadline. The 澳门二四六天天彩 application opens once a year in early October. We have an early application deadline of December 1 (you can be considered for the Centennial Scholars Entrance Award 鈥 for more information, scroll to the awards section below), and a final application deadline of January 15. Please connect with the Community Liaison Manager if you require an extension.

An application fee via credit card is required to submit your application. If financial difficulty keeps you听from submitting your application, please email the Community Liaison Manager to discuss your options.

Step 6: Next steps

澳门二四六天天彩 Undergraduate Admissions will request your official Langara College transcripts on your behalf. If you have attended additional educational institutions since high school, you will be responsible to submit those official transcripts. Please monitor your email inbox regularly, 澳门二四六天天彩 Undergraduate Admissions will communicate when and how to submit any required documents.

Admissions decisions will be provided any time after receiving all final official transcripts, and no later than the end of June.

Questions?

If you would like to learn more about the Indigenous Transfer Partnership program, and/or you have questions about your application or the admissions process, contact:

Community Liaison Manager, Indigenous Students
Indigenous.recruitment@ubc.ca

Scholarships and awards

As a student in the 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership, you鈥檒l have access to the financial advising services, , bursaries, and other assistance available to all students at Langara and 澳门二四六天天彩. You鈥檒l also have access to the following awards, which are available exclusively to students enrolled in the ITP program.

Indigenous Transfer Award

Indigenous students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at 澳门二四六天天彩 in any of the participating 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership faculties, there are awards ranging in value from $1,500 to $2,500 available from 澳门二四六天天彩.

To be eligible, you must:

  • Have successfully transferred to 澳门二四六天天彩 via the 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership; and
  • Demonstrate academic achievement and community engagement.

All eligible candidates will be automatically considered. Only successful recipients will be contacted.

Indigenous Transfer Scholarship

Indigenous students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at 澳门二四六天天彩 in any of the participating 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership faculties, there are $2,500 entrance scholarships available from 澳门二四六天天彩.

To be eligible, you must:

  • Have successfully transferred to 澳门二四六天天彩 via the 澳门二四六天天彩-Langara Indigenous Transfer Partnership;
  • Have a B+ average (3.33 on the Langara grade sale) or higher when you are admitted to 澳门二四六天天彩; and
  • Register in a minimum of 24 credits during your first Winter Session at 澳门二四六天天彩.

All eligible candidates will be automatically considered. Only successful recipients will be contacted.

澳门二四六天天彩 Centennial Scholars Entrance Award

If you are an academically qualified student who would be unable to attend 澳门二四六天天彩 without significant financial assistance, you could be eligible for a one-time or renewable award (up to $40,000 over four years) or a full-ride award for the full cost of your degree and living expenses (up to $80,000 over four years) to help supplement the cost of your degree and living expenses. You must submit your 澳门二四六天天彩 application and the Centennial Scholars Entrance Award application by December 1.