Articulation is for incoming, current, and outgoing students to request transfer credits. Current UBC students who plan on going on exchange or taking courses at other institutions should contact their Faculty Advising Transfer Credit Advisor before submitting an articulation request.

Incoming exchange students should contact Go Global to verify course prerequisites.

Please see deadlines and all information required to request articulation below. Only UBC students can request articulation.

ATTN STUDENTS/ADMINISTRATORS: Separate forms exist for requests depending on whether you are a current student or you are an administrator.


** If you are a non-UBC student who wishes to make an articulation inquiry, please contact Dr. Michal Szkup at Please specify which institution you are currently attending and use the official email address associated with it to send your inquiry. **

Administrators can submit their requests in the form at the bottom of this page.

For further inquiries, please email


VSE articulates courses four times a year. Please see below for submission deadlines. In general, the school responds in ten days after the deadline.

First deadline: August 20
Second deadline: November 30
Third deadline: February 28
Fourth deadline: June 20

Information required for articulation:

  • Course outline/reading list
  • Suggested equivalent course(s) at UBC
  • Calendar description

Note: Your articulation advisor may request further information for submission.

STUDENTS: CLICK HERE TO Submit articulation request

ADMINISTRATORS: Submit articulation request

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      PLEASE NOTE BEFORE UPLOADING -- The course outline must contain the following information:

      1. The name of the instructor plus their contact information
      2. The grading scheme with percentages for each of its components (such as: How much does the final exam weigh?)
      3. The main textbooks
      4. An outline of topics covered by the course, plus the references for each topic (either a textbook chapter or articles)
      5. The number of lecture hours (number of classes, hours per class)