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International Student Guide
Join the next Application Review. Get your questions answered, avoid common application mistakes, and leave the session ready to click on ‘submit’. Topics include study permit extensions, Post-Graduation Work Permits and Temporary Resident Visas.
Important information and documents you're responsible for throughout your time at UBC
International Student Advising
Talk to an advisor
International Student Advisors are Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) or Regulated International Student Immigration Advisors (RISIAs) who can help.
When emailing us, include the following information in the email:
- Your student number in the subject line
- Your name
- Your citizenship(s)
- All permit and visa expiration dates (if applicable)
- Currently in Canada (YES or NO)
- If you request specific assistance, please provide detailed information including applicable documents, such as a rejection letter
Study permit extensions, Post-Graduation Work Permits, and Temporary Resident Visas
Most questions can be answered by the Advising Assistants.
Sign up to get help in person every day from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
Appointments with International Student Advisors
An Advising Assistant can sign you up for an appointment with an International Student Advisor in-person as needed.
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