All research opportunities within the Work Learn International Undergraduate Research Awards will be posted on UBC CareersOnline (student account). You will apply directly to the faculty member through whichever means they have indicated in the posting on UBC CareersOnline.
Research opportunities will be posted from March 9 - 23, 2020 for positions in the Summer 2020 term.
Tips for Students
1. Have a specific resume and cover letter for each application you apply to. Generic cover letters rarely get looked at. Find opportunities you are interested in and highlight what excites you about the opportunity as well as the skills and experience that would help you be successful.
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2. Ensure you have a valid study permit and a SIN number. A social insurance number (SIN) is necessary for working in Canada. Visit the Government of Canada website for information on how to obtain a SIN if you do not already have one. If you have any questions about working while you are a student, visit International Student Advising as soon as possible.
Visit the Government of Canada website
3. Prepare for your interview. A little preparation goes a long way. Read the position description carefully and be prepared to speak to why you are interested and what you hope to learn from the experience. Anticipating what questions you might get asked will help make you feel more confident for your interview.
Learn more about interview preparation