Important Dates & Deadlines (2019 Cohort)

International student application deadline for Cohort 2 is January 31, 2019 (2019 intake)

Domestic student application deadline for Cohort 2 is April 30, 2019 (2019 intake).

Please note: Typically, the Faculty will admit a cohort of students to this 25-month long program on a biennial basis.

July 2019
First two-week intensive in-residence session at UBC’s Okanagan campus

September 2019 to June 2020
Online studies

July 2020
Intensive in-residence session 2 at UBC’s Okanagan campus

September 2020 to June 2021
Online studies

July 2021
Intensive in-residence session 3 at UBC’s Okanagan campus

Tuition & Fees

Your application will be evaluated as quickly as possible. Once all of your application materials have been received, you will be contacted for an interview—in person, or via telephone or Skype.

Financial support is available on a competitive basis for qualified candidates.

Fees and Expenses
Application fee $140.25 CAD (non-refundable) Paid online using Visa or Mastercard at time of application submission
Deposit $1000 CAD Paid once offer of admission is received. This amount will be credited toward your first tuition instalment.
Tuition  $29,029.24 (domestic) 1
$44,262.61 (international)
Tuition fees are typically collected in instalments; for more information please visit the Academic Calendar. More information on tuition payment options can be found on the Awards and Financial Support website.
Mandatory Student Fees – please visit the Okanagan Academic Calendar UBCSUO Health and Dental fees have an opt-out provision

UPASS fees do not apply to MM students.
Visit the UBC Students’ Union Okanagan website: for more information.

UPASS fees are usually included in student fees levied each September; however, MM students are exempted.
International students 2 Study permit application fee: $150 CAD x 3

Temporary resident visa (TRV) - $100 CAD (this is a one-time cost if eligible for a multiple entry TRV)
International students require a separate study permit for the duration of each on-campus intensive. More information on study permits.

Depending on your country of origin, you may also require a TRV. More information on TRVs.

1 Tuition fees are set in the spring of the upcoming academic year and are subject to adjustment and approval. This fee reflects the full tuition cost for the 25 month program.

2 International students are encouraged to apply for all required legal documentation immediately upon offer of admission to allow adequate processing time.

Travel, accommodation and subsistence costs vary substantially according to your point of origin and personal preferences.

Students are expected to make their own arrangements in these matters, with the support of advice from the MM Office regarding UBC services and off-campus services and opportunities. While we cannot secure accommodation for you, we can offer guidance regarding popular areas and transportation corridors, local practices, etc.

We encourage students to take action as soon as possible to identify their preferences and to secure accommodation. As a popular summer recreation destination, Kelowna is at its busiest during the summer season with corresponding high demand for affordable accommodation.

We anticipate that many students will find on-campus accommodation both convenient and affordable. UBC’s Okanagan campus provides summer accommodation options through Conferences and Accommodation.

General information about Kelowna and surrounding areas (transportation, attractions, places of worship, etc.) is available on UBC’s Human Resources webpage.

Check with your Human Resources department for information on benefits you may be entitled to. Some organizations offer tuition assistance or professional development funding to their staff.

* All documentation will become the property of the Faculty of Management and will not be returned.

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