Once you've completed your UBC application in step one, please do the following
1. NCA Assessment Report and Academic Transcripts
If your file has been assessed by the NCA:
Please ask the NCA to add your NCA Assessment, along with the academic transcripts on file with the NCA, to the NCA’s transcript portal. The NCA will email our office once this is completed.
If your file has not been assessed by the NCA:
If your file is in queue with the NCA for assessment, please ask the NCA to send us an email saying that your file is currently in the queue to be assessed.
You will then need to provide us with scanned copies of your official transcripts from your post secondary institutions, including your qualifying law degree for admission to the university.
Taking our courses without an NCA Assessment Report means you may be taking classes you don’t need or won’t get credit for. As each individual NCA Assessment differs, it is your responsibility to confirm with the NCA whether they will accept the classes as meeting your NCA requirements. Please also be mindful of the course drop dates and the respective tuition refund dates.
2. English Language Requirements
English language proficiency test results are required for all applicants who have completed a degree program (equivalent to a bachelors or higher) from an institution where English was not the primary language of instruction in the entire institution – not just the degree program. Please visit our Eligibility page for our English Language Proficiency test score requirements.
If you have a valid TOEFL (iBT) or IELTS (Academic) score (tests taken within the last 24 months):
- For TOEFL (iBT): please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) your appointment number.
- For IELTS (Academic): please email us (email@example.com) your Test Report Form (TRF) number.