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Scholarships

    As a student in the UBC Langara Aboriginal Transfer Program you’ll have access to financial advising, scholarships, bursaries, and other assistance programs. In addition to the support available to all students, the awards below are specifically for students enrolled in the Transfer Program.

  • Awards at Langara

    Langara to UBC Aboriginal Student Transfer Scholarships

    Langara College provides scholarships to Aboriginal students who meet the following basic criteria: students must be enrolled in at least nine credits and have completed nine credits in one of the previous two terms. As well, students must be actively participating in the Aboriginal Plus Program.

    Ten awards are provided to students, selected by highest grade point average, who meet all of the basic eligibility requirements, who have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25, and who have completed a minimum of 50% of the Aboriginal Plus Program requirements. Recipients must be in their second term of study.

    Ten awards are provided to students who meet all of the basic criteria, who have completed 24 credits at Langara, and who have fully completed the Aboriginal Plus Program. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.67. Normally, recipients must have received an Aboriginal Transfer first-year scholarship award.

  • Awards at UBC

    Aboriginal Transfer Scholarship

    Entrance scholarships valued at $2500 each are available to Canadian Aboriginal students transferring into the Bachelor of Arts program in the Faculty of Arts at UBC from Langara College. To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the University’s admission requirements under the UBC-Langara Aboriginal Transfer Program, have attained an average at the point of admission to UBC of B+ (3.33 on the Langara grade scale) or higher, and register in a minimum of 24 credits during the upcoming winter session.

    Aboriginal Transfer Award

    The Aboriginal Transfer Award ranges in value from $1500 to $2500 and is available to continuing eligible Canadian Aboriginal students who were admitted to the Bachelor of Arts program in the Faculty of Arts at UBC under the UBC-Langara Aboriginal Transfer program and are involved in community service learning through the program. Awards are made on the recommendation of the First Nations House of Learning and the Faculty of Arts.

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UBC-Langara Aboriginal Transfer Program
1985 West Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z2, Canada
Tel: 604-822-8940

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