University transfer means starting your education at Douglas and then applying for admission as a transfer student to another institution to complete your studies. A successful transfer requires research and planning. To help you stay on track and achieve your educational goals, meet with a Student Success Advisor early, in your studies.
A course is considered university-transferable (UT) if it transfers to at least one of British Columbia's five research universities (UBC-Vancouver, UBC-Okanagan, Simon Fraser University, University of Victoria, or University of Northern British Columbia) as per the BC transfer guide.
University Transfer overview:
1. CONSIDER CAREER CHOICE
- Select a transfer institution that offers your program
- Check the admission requirements for the institution & faculty, and required GPA
- Go to their academic calendar and find your Major/Minor, and electives
See www.educationplannerbc.ca for programs offered at schools in B.C.
2. PLAN YOUR TRANSFER PROCESS
- To apply to most universities as a transfer student, you must complete between 24‒60 transferable credits at Douglas
- Take the required courses as early as possible
- Choose your courses at Douglas based on the requirements of the university program
3. KNOW YOUR COURSES
- Refer to the BC Transfer Guide to find equivalencies between courses at Douglas and other institutions in B.C.
- Check in regularly with the university you plan to transfer to and the BC Transfer Guide to ensure you have the most up-to-date information
4.REVIEW AND APPLY
- Most applications in B.C. are submitted through the Education Planner BC website: www.educationplannerbc.ca
- Arrange to have your official transcripts sent to the receiving institution by their deadline date - order your Douglas College transcript online at ‘My Account’ \