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Nine ways to meet UBC’s English language admission requirement
Tests that satisfy UBC’s English Language Admission Standard
|Test||Minimum score |
|CAEL||Canadian Academic English Language assessment||Overall 70|
|Cambridge English Qualifications||B2 First
|CEL||UBC Certificate in English||600|
|IELTS||International English Language Testing System (Academic)||6.5, with no part less than 6.0|
|PTE||Pearson Test of English (Academic)||Overall: 65
|TOEFL||Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based test (UBC’s institution code is 0965)||Overall: 90
As an Asian Studies graduate you will have a first-hand appreciation of linguistic and cultural difference, and a critically informed understanding of one or more cultures and civilizations of South or East Asia. These assets, along with strong research, writing, and critical thinking skills, set you up for other graduate and professional degrees; work in the Foreign Service, Canada Border Service Agency, and other branches of government; serve in NGOs and not-for-profit organizations; work as translators and interpreters in a variety of contexts; and employment in diverse educational, cultural, and media institutions.
Research analyst, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Sales Associate, Nishimoto Trading Co.
Job developer, Neil Squire Society
Coordinator/translator, Waterproof Studios
Freelance Japanese-to-English translator
Associate account strategist, Google
Medical Insurance: 500 CAD per year