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  • July

    • 03

    • 05

    • 06

      • Freelance Writing Introduction Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre

        Vancouver, BC

        This eight-evening course will teach you everything from instructions on how to develop ideas to writing pitches for magazine or newspaper articles.
      • Introduction to Business Writing Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre

        Vancouver, BC

        Learn useful strategies in this eight-evening course to write effectively and professionally in a business setting.
      • Summer Institute: Beginning Your Project Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre

        Vancouver, BC

        In this one-week intensive, learn to develop your ideas and create a clear plan for your writing project.
    • 08

    • 09

      • Chef Challenge

        A globally inspired cook-off that’s locally sourced.
    • 11

      • UBC Bound! Asia 2015 – Singapore

        Singapore

        This summer, UBC Bound! will be launching new UBC students from several cities across Asia. It’s a great opportunity for new students to meet alumni in their hometown, hear their […]
      • UBC Bound! Asia 2015 – Shanghai

        Shanghai

        This summer, UBC Bound! will be launching new UBC students from several cities across Asia. It’s a great opportunity for new students to meet alumni in their hometown, hear their […]
    • 13

    • 16

      • The Taste of Terroir Dinner

        To celebrate the terroir of our region, Chefs Alvin Pillay and Sarah Stewart of Vancouver's most iconic Canadian restaurant, Edible Canada, will be preparing a gourmet family-style feast featuring only the freshest locally-grown ingredients.
    • 18

      • UBC Bound! Asia 2015 – Philippines

        Metro Manila

        This summer, UBC Bound! will be launching new UBC students from several cities across Asia. It’s a great opportunity for new students to meet alumni in their hometown, hear their […]
    • 20

      • Summer Institute: Revising Your Project Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre

        Vancouver, BC

        Learn in this one-week intensive to complete the final stage of your writing project by applying techniques to effectively revise your work.
    • 25

      • UBC Bound! Asia 2015 – Malaysia

        Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur

        This summer, UBC Bound! will be launching new UBC students from several cities across Asia. It’s a great opportunity for new students to meet alumni in their hometown, hear their […]
      • UBC Bound! Asia 2015 – Hong Kong

        Hong Kong

        This summer, UBC Bound! will be launching new UBC students from several cities across Asia. It’s a great opportunity for new students to meet alumni in their hometown, hear their […]
      • Tea Ceremonies at Nitobe Memorial Garden

        The Urasenke Foundation of Vancouver hosts tea ceremonies at Nitobe Memorial Garden throughout the summer. Visitors attending the ceremony can witness the formal preparation of tea and participate as guests.
  • August

    • 02

      • Opera Under the Stars

        Kelowna, BC

        Enjoy a truly Okanagan experience of nature and beauty as UBC kicks off it’s Centennial celebrations in style. Imagine a bit of Mozart cascading across the lawn under the evening sky while you enjoy a glass of wine and a delicious food with your friends! Opera Kelowna begins the Summer Opera Series with 'Opera Under The Stars' a charming program of Arias, Duets, and Chorus favourites for those who love Opera or those who want to get to know Opera.
      • Peacocks are way cool because…

        Come find out which famous scientist wrote that peacock feathers make him sick, why feather iridescence is so important, and what it takes to get a peahen's attention.
    • 15

      • Post-Secondary Vocational Testing Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre

        Vancouver, BC

        Designed to assist young adults (ages 19-25) in their early career development, uncover information and perspectives that can help select academic majors, areas of study and transitional employment strategies. Group testing is followed approximately one-week later by a private one-hour session with a career counsellor.
    • 29

      • Tea Ceremonies at Nitobe Memorial Garden

        The Urasenke Foundation of Vancouver hosts tea ceremonies at Nitobe Memorial Garden throughout the summer. Visitors attending the ceremony can witness the formal preparation of tea and participate as guests.
  • October