University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC)

The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) is a leading research-intensive university located in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.

UNBC offers a number of academic diplomas and certificates, Bachelor's, Master's and PhD Degree Programs. Undergraduate Degrees offered include the Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Commerce (BComm), Bachelor of Education (BEd), Bachelor of Science in Nursing
(BScN), and more. Graduate Degrees offered include MBA, MSc Community Health Science, MA Development Economics, MA Natural Resources & Environmental Studies, MSc Psychology, MA Political Science, and more.


- Ranked 2nd among 19 small Canadian universities ("primarily undergraduate" universities) by Maclean's Magazine (2008). It is also placed 1st for "total research".

- According to the Research InfoSource 2007 ranking of research universities in Canada, UNBC is rated 3rd among the small universities and was named one of Canada's Top Research Universities of the Year.

- 4th in the Maclean's Ranking of Best Primarily Undergraduate Universities 2007.

- In a report evaluating research intensity in Canadian universities published in the National Post newspaper (November 2004), the University of Northern British Columbia is ranked 2nd amongst all small universities.

- Maclean's Magazine named UNBC the best small university in Western Canada in 2004.

- According to the Maclean's magazine eighth ranking of Canadian universities, it is placed 9th out of 21 universities in the Primarily Undergraduate Category. In terms of research, it is ranked 1st for both the number and value of research projects supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. In the national Reputational Survey, UNBC is placed 3rd in the Leaders of Tomorrow category.

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