The Faculty of Education at UBC has served the international education community through leadership in research, service, and advocacy for more than 50 years. One of the leading faculties of education in the world, the Faculty of Education prepares professionals for practice in a wide range of education-related fields, from preschool through adulthood.
The Faculty of Education prepares more than 45% of the elementary teachers, the majority of secondary teachers, and a significant proportion of the special needs teachers, counsellors, school administrators, school psychologists, vocational rehabilitation counsellors, and First Nations teachers in British Columbia.
The School of Kinesiology is a part of the Faculty of Education and provides an exceptional, student-centered learning environment in the study and practice of human movement.
The Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia aims to make a real difference to high-risk youth living in BC.
This commitment has led to the creation of two youth development initiatives: the Struggling Youth Research Network and the Social Emotional Learning program. Both aim to help children and youth face learning and life challenges, so they can more
The Faculty of Education has launched a new initiative to increase the number of Fellowships available to PhD students. The program aims to bring the best and brightest doctoral students from across Canada and around the world to the hallowed halls of UBC.
The Physical Activity Research Centre (PARC) is dedicated to giving members of the local community, who have suffered spinal cord injury, the opportunity to work towards leading active and healthy more
In 1994, the ethnic Hutu extremists in Rwanda initiated a genocidal attempt against Tutsis and other minorities and slaughtered over 800,000 in just 100 days. The captured and imprisoned perpetrators more