How to Apply
Steps to Apply
1. Start Early
Preparation is critical in making sure that your application to the PharmD program is complete. Please make sure to familiarize yourself with the PharmD program admission prerequisites and application timeframe.
2. Review the admission requirements
Make sure you have reviewed the PharmD program admission requirements. If you have not fulfilled the admission requirements for the PharmD program, your application will not be considered for admission.
View admission information before applying.
3. Ask Questions
Contact us with any questions you may have about the admission requirements or process.
If you are an applicant from outside UBC, you can see how your courses transfer to UBC by using the UBC Transfer Credit Search Tool or the BC Transfer Guide. If your course does not appear on the UBC Transfer Credit Search Tool or the BC Transfer Guide, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Apply to UBC
You must complete and submit the online application by December 1, 2021 in order to be considered for the September 2022 intake of the PharmD program. Late applications will not be accepted. Applicants have until the end of April 2022 to complete all prerequisite coursework if applying to the September 2022 program intake.
Current or former UBC students can apply for ‘Change of Degree Program/Campus’ or ‘Re-Admission’ through the Student Service Centre (SSC).
5. Track your application
You can track your application through your Student Service Centre (SSC) account. Applicants who are shortlisted for an interview will be contacted directly by the Faculty.
All required post-secondary transcripts must be submitted to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Please note, academic transcripts are not assessed by the Faculty and should only be submitted to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. The Undergraduate Admissions Office will advise applicants of any other documents required for their application.
In addition to a strong academic background, the Entry-to-Practice PharmD program seeks applicants who possess non-academic traits that are suitable for the practice of pharmacy. Selected applicants have the opportunity to demonstrate these traits by participating in interviews. Interviews will take place online over the first weekend of May 2022.
Tuition and Fees
Additional costs associated with the program may include but are not limited to, living costs, practicum placement costs, possible travel to practicum placements, and course materials. We recommend speaking with an Enrolment Services Advisor to review questions related to student finances for this program. Please visit this link for more information and contact information for Enrolment Services.