Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses The university has two campuses, one in Vancouver and the other in the Okanagan, both of which are located in Point Grey. The university has a serene view surrounded by the sea, mountains, woodland, and city. The main campus is located in Vancouver and has major centres like the Chan Centre for Performing Arts, Centre for Interactive Research in Sustainability, UBC Welcome Centre, and UBC Centre for Plant Research. The campus has four major departments that are found at the campus: Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Science. The university offers a wide range of courses under undergraduate, postgraduate, joint academic, exchange, and distance programs in a wide range of fields, including Applied Science, Architecture, Law, Medicine, Dentistry, Philosophy, Anthropology and Ancient Culture, Religion and Ethnicity. The courses are led by experts and professionals who guide students with theoretical and practical knowledge.

History of The University Of British Columbia (UBC)

History, Affiliations, and Rankings The University of British Columbia was established in the year of 1908. It is one of the oldest and most popular universities in Canada. Prior to the establishment of the University of British Columbia, higher education in British Columbia was given by denominational institutions connected with McMaster, Toronto, and McGill universities. The university received the core of its initial personnel and a basic curriculum in Arts, Science, and Engineering as a result of its affiliation with McGill. McGill's Victoria College in Victoria became an associate of the university in 1920, and honours courses, extension programmes, and summer sessions were created. UBC moved to its current location on the Vancouver campus in 1925. The attraction point of the university is that in the university, military training is compulsory for every student. In World War II, more than 3,000 students of the university were enrolled in the military forces in 1944-45, and in 1947-48, more than 9,374 students enrolled in the military forces. The University of British Columbia is recognised in international university rankings for its teaching and research quality, as well as its worldwide impact: a place where people shape a better world. Furthermore, UBC was placed #37, #42, and #46 internationally and #2, #2, and #3 domestically in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022, Shanghai Ranking Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021, and QS World University Rankings 2022, respectively.

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