This section provides details and information for comparing and choosing a university in British Columbia.
Every university in British Columbia and its campuses are profiled which include facts and statistics, visiting, applying, tuition fees and financial aid, academics, studying, libraries, research, graduates and careers, student services, housing, student groups, arts and cultural, news and media, sports and recreation.
Capilano University Capilano University offer preparatory courses, arts and sciences courses, business and management studies, creative and applied arts programs, health and human services programs, in addition to providing services in support of student learning and success. Credentials awarded include bachelor degrees, associate degrees, post-baccalaureate diplomas, advanced diplomas, certificates and statements of completion.
Okanagan University College Okanagan College offers over 43 academic and career-oriented programs leading to associate degrees, applied bachelor degrees, certificates, and diplomas, along with university transfer opportunities in Arts and Science and a wide range of part-time continuing education courses and programs.
Quest University Quest University Canada is Canada's first independent, not-for-profit, nonsectarian university of the liberal arts and sciences. Quest offers only one degree, a Bachelors of Arts and Sciences, and focuses entirely on excellence in undergraduate education. For example, Quest University limits the maximum enrollment of 20 students in a class, provides each student with a faculty advisor and maintains a student to faculty ratio of 12:1.
Thompson Rivers University Available at Thompson Rivers University is a wide range of programs and educational opportunities offered through traditional on-campus instruction, distance education, and/or a combination of the two.
Trinity Western University Trinity Western University, in Langley, BC, is a provincially chartered, independent Christian liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies university offering 42 undergraduate majors and 16 graduate degree programs.
University of British Columbia The University of British Columbia delivers a broad range of educational opportunities at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate levels, spanning 12 faculties and 11 schools, as well as over 30 Continuing Education certificates and programs from 13 fields of study.
University of Northern British Columbia More than 55 undergraduate degree opportunities, including 16 joint majors, in the Arts, Applied Science, Commerce, Education, Nursing, Planning, and Social Work, along with continuing education courses and programs from 10 areas of interest, are offered at the University of Northern British Columbia.
University of the Fraser Valley The University of the Fraser Valley has more than 80 programs from the Faculties of Arts/Applied Arts, Community Access, Business and Information Technology, Science, Health and Human Services, and Trades and Technical Training, along with numerous continuing education opportunities, including 11 certificates.
University of Victoria The University of Victory has over 170 undergraduate and graduate programs from the Faculties of Business, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Humanities, Human and Social Development, Interdisciplinary Programs, Law, Science, Medical Sciences, and Social Sciences.
Vancouver Island University Vancouver Island University offers a diverse range of programs, from basic education to undergraduate and graduate degrees, along with numerous part-time continuing education courses and customized training for business and industry.