What is Go Global?
Go Global's student exchange programs offer UBC students the opportunity to study at one of 180 partner universities, in over 35 countries abroad and in Canada.
Students who are selected to participate remain registered at UBC; pay only their regular tuition or program fees and student fees to UBC; and remain eligible for UBC awards, scholarships, and financial aid.
Most Go Global students study abroad in their third year. Figure out the best term(s) for going on exchange by mapping out your degree.
- You are not limited to CPSC courses; many elective credits can be completed abroad. For example, some students take Arts courses covering the geography or history of a partnering school's location. Others capitalize on the partner's Computer Science program. Most courses will transfer.
- Find out what credits you'd need to fulfill at UBC after your exchange
- Find out the term's starting and ending dates at the partnering school
Find out more about UBC's Go Global program
Register for courses or ask registration questions: Go Global Exchange
NOTE: Undergraduate or Graduate exchange students wishing to take graduate-level courses are required to complete the Enrolment of Undergraduate Exchange Students in Graduate Courses form after arrival at UBC.