Graduate Student Resources
Your academic career and success are our main priorities. Here, you will find everything you need to help you succeed, including the biology graduate student handbook, academic resources, and administrative support. And remember, our faculty and staff are always there to help; just ask.
Biology Graduate Student Society
The Biology Graduate Student Society connects students with each other, the campus, and the community, in order to enhance student research, learning, and experience.
Graduate Student HandbookS
Graduate Student handbooks are designed to help you navigate through the formal requirements of the graduate program, as well as summarize other information that may help you to make the most of your time here.
BIMB Frequently Asked Questions
Practical information for navigating your biochemistry and molecular biology graduate program. Your graduate program is the opportunity to develop your scientific career and the administrative structure is designed to help you to achieve your goals.
College of Graduate Studies
Your hub for administrative support and such things as graduate workshops for professional development, COGS can help you with everything from the admissions process through to your graduation.
Graduate Student Forms
The following Faculty-wide documents are in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. Most online fillable forms can be saved to your computer.
UBC Library—Centre for Scholarly Communication
The CSC supports graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, staff, and faculty in disseminating their research. The CSC provides one-on-one consultations and workshops, including writing support for theses, dissertations, journal articles, and grant proposals.
Centre for Teaching and Learning
The Centre for Teaching and Learning provides support related to teaching, TA training, and the use of technology in educational programming. It is also a place to connect with other TAs and subscribe to the TA blog.
Careers and Work Experience
The Department of Biology offers opportunities for graduate teaching assistants in the September, January and May terms. These opportunities help our graduates develop their teaching and mentoring skills while undertaking their studies.
Career Services at UBC Okanagan also assists students in planning their future, providing access to labour market stats, resume building, and interview skills support, as well as information about career fairs and other work opportunities.
Everything Else—Student Services
Didn’t find what you were looking for above? Visit the Student Services website, where all of the information about the services offered to students is housed.