UBC Forestry Undergraduate
Virtual Open House

Book an Appointment with an Advisor

As a global leader in forestry, sustainability and conservation, UBC’s Faculty of Forestry is at the helm of a greener future. Our Virtual Open House provides a unique opportunity to connect with us as you navigate your post-secondary plans. From applications and admissions to program options and campus life, meet faculty, advisors and Forestry students to guide you through these next steps.

Over 500,000 students have received their undergraduate degrees from the UBC Faculty of Forestry




Source: Times Higher Education Rankings 2022

Welcome to UBC Forestry


How do we tackle the global climate crisis? What role do forests play in our sustainable future? From biotechnology to nature-based solutions, learn how we are paving the way for undergraduate students to be at the forefront of change. 

Experiential Learning

Apply your learning beyond the classrooms. With opportunities for applied research, paid-work experience and professional development, not only do our graduates go on to have careers that make a difference in the world, but they have some of the highest employment rates in the university.

Experiential Learning
Admissions Process


Applying to university can be stressful – but we’re here to help! Hear from Chiara Longhi, Student Services Director, to learn about admissions requirements, application tips, and for a step-by-step guide on how to apply to UBC Forestry. 

Student Panel

Current students join us to share some of their favorite Forestry memories, how to get more involved on campus and some tips and tricks to make the most of your university experience. 

Student Panel

Undergraduate Programs

Learn more about our programs below.

Next Steps

Ready to chat with an advisor? Connect with our undergraduate Student Services team to ask any remaining questions, learn more about specific programs and get started on your application. 

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This program combined the things that were most important to me: outdoors, learning and being able to contribute to the environment and environmental research.

Krystal – Forest Sciences
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This program gives you a holistic perspective on conservation and environmental problems around the world – it makes you think outside the box, challenging your own views.

Valentina – Conservation
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People have always needed trees. As urban regions densify, urban forestry is key to creating the green cities of the future.

Elliot – Urban Forestry