Apply: Intercultural Studies

Please remember to include your Letter of Intent when you submit this application. If applying to the UBC Certificate in Intercultural Studies, ensure you read and thoroughly understand the CIS Program Handbook before applying to the program.

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Personal Details

e.g. (They, Them, Theirs), (She, Her, Hers), (He, Him, His), (Ze, Zir, Zirs), etc.

Educational Background

Please list all formal or informal courses of study. Please indicate the name(s) of the institution(s) and the year(s) you participated.

Education 1

Work Experience

Please give details of your intercultural work or experience that you consider relevant to the program.

Work Experience 1
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