UBC Engineering

The education of engineers at UBC dates back to 1915, when the Faculty of Applied Science was one of the university’s original three faculties. UBC Engineering offers education in 11 engineering disciplines through six departments and five programs on UBC’s Point Grey campus in Vancouver; on the UBC Okanagan campus, where the Faculty also offers education through the School of Engineering, three disciplines are taught. Today, more than 4,900 undergraduate students and 1,400 graduate students are enrolled in UBC Engineering. Our students, faculty and researchers are innovative thinkers focused on solving real-world problems to change our world for the better.

Projects and Success Stories:

  • Priority Project

    UBC Engineering Student Competition Team Fund

    UBC Engineering Student Competition Team Fund

    “Only within engineering teams can students seize the opportunity to work at the cutting-edge of solutions to the world’s problems. The unique environment fosters invaluable hands-on collaboration more

    Community Engagement, Student Learning

  • Priority Project

    Support UBC Mining Students to be Global Leaders

    Support UBC Mining Students to be Global Leaders

    “I learned so much on the field trip, from diamond trading and platinum ore processing to post-graduate study opportunities in South Africa that I never knew existed. But it wasn’t more

    Student Learning