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Haida Gwaii Semesters in Natural Resource Studies

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The Haida Gwaii Semester program is being offered in partnership with the University of British Columbia. Fifteen course credits will be awarded by UBC.

If you are interested in natural resources, community development, and experiential learning, this is the program for you! 

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REGISTRATION PROCESS

Please review our Application Process and Tuition and Fees pages before proceeding with registration.

If you are not a UBC student, you can still apply!  You will need to apply for a Letter of Permission (LOP) from your home university to study at UBC for the semester. Letters of Permission allow non-UBC students to apply credits earned in the Haida Gwaii Semester to their degrees at their home institutions. 

To apply, fill out our registration form below.

Please also submit an unofficial transcript to: program@haidagwaiisemester.com.

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact us.

Program: Fall and Winter Semester

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“The Haida Gwaii semester allowed me to approach the study of natural resources in a holistic way that was unique to my undergraduate university degree. Learning about history, politics, economics and cultural implications surrounding resource extraction on Haida Gwaii gave context to the complexities surrounding fishing and forestry in Northern communities."

- Julianne Kucheran, 2010 HGS student