Unless otherwise indicated in the course and program details, UBC Sauder Continuing Business Studies registrants must be at least 18 years of age. We reserve the right to refuse to register an applicant or to expel a registrant whose actions disrupt the operation of a course. We also reserve the right to refuse entrance to non-registered persons.
Policies for UBC degree-credit courses and programs do not apply to UBC Sauder courses and programs unless otherwise indicated in the course and program details.
Prerequisites and English Language Proficiency
In order to maximize your UBC Sauder learning experience, please ensure you meet any prerequisites identified in the course description. Refunds are not possible if you choose to waive the prerequisites and find you are unable to complete the course.
There may be some requirements to be admitted into a program. Please review admission details before you apply. Details vary and are listed with each program. Once accepted into a program, you will be sent a confirmation by email.
Please note that English is the primary language of instruction for most UBC Sauder courses and programs. Students may be required to meet or exceed a minimum level of English. Please see the course or program details for information on English proficiency requirements.
Some professional programs require students to have proficiency in written and spoken business English. Non-native English speakers may be required to submit results of language proficiency tests. Please see individual program descriptions for information on English language proficiency requirements.
Search courses and programs to find specific program information and requirements.
Should you require disability-related accommodations for your course, please contact us six (6) weeks before the course start date or as earliest as possible. UBC Sauder works to create an inclusive learning environment in which all students can achieve success. Any student with diverse needs requiring additional services or support, please contact the UBC Access and Diversity office.
After processing your registration, you will be sent a confirmation receipt by email. If you do not receive your receipt by the start date of your course or program, please contact us.
Some programs may require an application process prior to official acceptance into the program. The application process may vary by program. Once accepted into the program, you will be sent a confirmation by email or post.
Register early as many classes fill quickly.
Fee Payments and Taxes
Fees and taxes if applicable, are due before the start date of your course or program. We accept Visa and MasterCard. To pay by UBC Journal please email a signed copy of the Journal Voucher to email@example.com.
Special offers and discounts cannot be retroactively applied to completed transactions.