-Yaneth Guerra (2017)
Each year, a group of qualified students from Mexico's Tec de Monterrey are selected to study at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver and Kelowna, Canada.
As a Tec student, you quickly become part of the UBC community and participate in a range of learning experiences to further your academic, cultural, and international competencies. Credits that you earn at UBC are easily transferable to Tec, and most regular credit courses from the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Land and Food Systems, the Sauder School of Business, and the School of Engineering (the Kelowna campus) at UBC are open to Tec students. The program makes it possible for you to combine school, travel, and life-learning in a supportive environment. If you've ever considered studying abroad, this is your chance!
Find out about the application process and important program information.
Certificates of specialty for Tec students
Receive an internationally-recognized certificate in your field of study or a complementary area of concentration (a minor).
Finances and logistics for Tec students
Plan ahead to ensure a smooth transition to UBC by preparing a budget, your travel requirements, and more.
Familiarize yourself with UBC resources to help you navigate your time on campus.
Coming from abroad to UBC
Review this guide to understand the necessary travel requirements before your trip.
New to UBC
Learn about UBC resources and services that are here to support you on your university journey.
Housing at UBC
Check out our residences, what it’s like to live here, and learn how to apply.
If you have questions
To book an advising appointment, complete the request form. Advising appointments will be held through Zoom or by phone.