Admission Requirements

UBC and the School of Kinesiology welcome students from Canada and around the world.

Curriculum Requirements

Canadian High Schools Kinesiology – specific requirements Select your province or territory from the list below to find out what the Kinesiology- specific requirements are for your high school curriculum.

Advanced Placement (AP) At UBC, we recognize the value of AP courses. All AP courses are eligible for admission consideration and AP course grades may be combined with an approved high school curriculum to meet the University’s admission requirements.
American Curriculum One of senior-level Mathematics (Pre-Calculus) or one full year of Chemistry, Physics, or Biology
British patterned education (A Levels & GCSEs) One of Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, or Biology (A or AS Level)
French Baccalaureate One of Mathematiques (coeff. 7+)or Biologie-Ecologie (coeff. 5+) or Sciences de la Vie et de la Terre (coeff. 5+) or Phys-Chimie (coeff. 6+)
International Baccalaureate (IB) One of Math (Standard or Higher Level) , IB Biology, IB Chemistry, or IB Physics
Other International Curricula One of: senior level math (pre-calculus), biology, chemistry, or physics

Additional international countries are listed on you.ubc.ca

First-Year Credit

Many students in the School of Kinesiology are granted first-year credit for IB, AP or British A Levels. These credits can be used to meet the Kinesiology program or streams requirements. For details on what first-year credit you’re eligible to receive, select your program from the list above.