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Alumnus and M.Ed Student Rupert Richardson on His University Experience

Rupert Richardson, a recent NITEP graduate, is now an M.Ed. student in the Education Studies Department and works for the Institute for Aboriginal Health and College for Health Disciplines. Here he shares some of his story.

First Nations Languages Books

First Nations Languages approved for UBC Admission Requirements

UBC has approved 14 First Nations languages for UBC Vancouver admission requirements. Students applying to the Vancouver Campus from BC and Yukon high schools must meet specific grade 11 and 12 admission requirements and these language courses have been added to the lists of approved courses.

First Nations House of Learning Fusion Basketball Team

FNHL Fusion Basketball Team Wins Nitobe Cup

Congratulations to the FNHL Fusion basketball team who took home the Nitobe Cup last weekend in the UBC Rec Tier 2 CoRec Basketball League.

First Nations Metis and Inuit University student orientation

New Aboriginal Student Orientation Offered at UBC

From August 15- 31st 2011, nine new-to-UBC Aboriginal students took part in the Jump Start orientation program. Traditionally a program for international students, 2011 was the first year that an Aboriginal cohort was included alongside international students.

Indigenous Student Lauren Redman

Former Student Discusses Her UBC Experiences

In June of this year, Lauren Redman graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of British Columbia. Redman was not always so sure of the direction she wanted to take with her studies.

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