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卑诗大学社区的共分为五区,每一区都有不同类型的楼盘供您选择,千万别错过这个在大学社区工作与生活的独特机会。

UBC 大学 (卑诗大学) 社区资讯

UBC Community Information

卑诗大学社区的共分为五区,每一区都有不同类型的楼盘供您选择,千万别错过这个在大学社区工作与生活的的独特机会。

UBC校区和住宅区不属于温哥华市政府管理,而由 UNA 为您提供市政及社区服务。the University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA) 成立于2002年 ,以创建一个充满活力的可持续发展的大学居民社区为宗旨。目前,超过七千人居住在UNA的五个社区,包括:
 
 

UNA社区是一个相对安全的社区。其犯罪率低于低陆平原的其他地方。整个校园治安,包括 UNA 和 UEL 都由加拿大皇家骑警负责。他们负责执法,逮捕违法者,并协助居民解决一系列有关社区的问题。UNA社区还雇用私人的安全巡逻车,每天晚上10点到早上6点在社区巡逻。

 
 

UBC大学全球排名

卑诗大学,即不列颠哥伦毕业大学(University of British Columbia),简称UBC大学。UBC大学是一所公立大学,在2011-2012年Times(泰晤士报)世界大学排名第22位,Times世界大学声誉排名第25位。UBC是一所研究型大学,在基于科研成果而成立的公司数量方面,仅次于斯坦福和麻省理工大学,名列第三。

UBC大学的主要校区

UBC是享誉加拿大的高等学府,同时也是全球著名的综合性大学之一。卑诗(UBC)大学拥有两个主要的校区,一处是位于温哥华市郊的校区,这也是UBC大学最大的校区,大约有45,000多名学生。另外一个校区是奥肯那根(Okanagan)校区,大约有5300名学生。此外,卑诗(UBC)大学的校区还包括Robson Square 和 Great Northern Way 两个校区。

UBC大学申请

卑诗(UBC)大学是加拿大最难申请的大学之一,对申请UBC大学的留学生而言,不仅需要优异的学术成绩,并且要求申请者拥有一定的课外活动成绩,例如大赛的奖项等。此外,学校为了保留尖端人才,每年都会淘汰大约30%的学生。

UBC大学天才班

UBC大学的天才班意指大学过渡课程(University Transition Program),该项课程是由卑诗(UBC)大学,温哥华市教育局和卑诗省教育厅三方合作开办的,主要是为了帮助天才儿童全方位提前融入大学,在加拿大是独一无二的。对那些符合条件的小学毕业生,将5年中学课程浓缩至2年,即2年的过渡课程后,即可直接升入大学就读。目前,该项目课程每年在加拿大只招收20名小学毕业生,其中温哥华地区占10个名额。

UBC 社区附近会讲普通话的家庭医生

Dr. Frank Liang Hou
Laurel Medical Ctr, 215-888 8 Ave W, Vancouver, BC V5Z 3Y1
Phone: 604-872-0345

Dr. Shaoli Wang
256-4255 Arbutus St, Vancouver, BC V6J 4R1
Phone: 604-738-5887

Dr. Chih-Chien Chen
South Tower 360-650 41st Ave W, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9
Phone: 604-261-6000
Family Doctors that Speak Korean


Dr. Simon Chung Cheung Ko
107-539 Main St, Vancouver, BC V6A 2V1
Phone: 604-688-9795

UBC 社区服务及资源

 

卑诗大学是低陆平原最有活力与朝气的社区之一,社区里有顶级餐厅、医院、学校、娱乐设施、运动中心和托儿所,我的专业知识与丰富经验可以帮助您在这里找到理想住家。
以下是 UBC 社区中心所提供的活动

 

THIS WEEK IN YOUR COMMUNITY

 
PARKS & RECREATION
Community Connection Night
Topic: Laughing in the Year of the Chicken: The Past and Future of Chinese Humor
Christopher Rea’s The Age of Irreverence received the AAS’s 2017 Joseph Levenson Post-1900 Book Prize (China). The book examines how the early twentieth century changed how Chinese people talked about what is funny. Join us for a discussion about past and current trends in Chinese humor, comedy as culture, and why some jokes last the ages--and some don't. Dr. Rea, a Columbia PhD, is Associate Professor of Modern Chinese Literature at UBC.

Date: Saturday, April 8th
Time: 7pm-9pm
Location: The Old Barn Community Centre
Cost: Free! Please register here.
Spring & Summer Program Registration is NOW OPEN!
Register now for Spring and Summer programs, including Spring Break camps coming up soon. It's the perfect time to learn a new skill, develop a new hobby, and get out to meet new people!

View the full program guide online!

Register now to secure your spot before it fills up! Have questions? Come visit us or call the Wesbrook Community Centre at (604) 822-4227.
Barre Fitness
Utilizing the ballet barre and floor to perform small isometric movements set to fantastic music, barre fitness is a total body workout. This low-impact class is suitable for all ages and abilities.
Date: Tuesdays April 11 – June 13
Time: 8:15 – 9:15pm
Location: Wesbrook Community Centre
Cost: View Details
Android App Programming (9-12 years)
Want to create your own app? Join this class and learn how to create an app for your Android! We will be using MIT App Inventor 2
Date: Thursdays April 13 to June 15
Time: 5:15pm-6:15pm
Location: The Old Barn
Cost: View Details
Beginner Spanish For Adults
In this course, you will learn, with a native and qualified teacher, the basic grammar, vocabulary and expressions to use in real life situations. No previous knowledge of Spanish language is needed. Everyone is welcome!
Date: Wednesdays, April 12 to June 14
Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm
Location: Wesbrook Community Centre
Cost: View Details
RoboKids Robotics (6-12 years)
Working in pairs, students use various LEGO elements to create simple robots, and then control them to complete tasks and solve challenges!
Date: Thursdays, April 13 to June 15
Time: 4pm-5pm
Location: The Old Barn
Cost: 6-8 years register here. 9-12 years register here.
Ukulele for Kids (ages 6-13)
With its pleasant sound and small size, the ukulele is an ideal instrument for children to start their musical journey. Come give it a try!
Date: Sundays April 9 – June 18
Time: 1:15 – 2:15pm
Location: Wesbrook Community Centre
Cost: View Details

Beginner Ukulele (ages 14+)
Learn the ukulele! Chords, strums, and techniques that will get you playing songs and start your journey towards musical satisfaction!
Date: Sundays April 9 – June 18
Time: 3:30 – 4:30pm
Location: Wesbrook Community Centre
Cost: View Details
Family Yoga
Bring your family to the community centre for this family friendly yoga class! Suitable for children ages 3 to 12 years and their parents or guardians.
Date: Sunday April 9th
Time: 11am-11:45am
Location: Wesbrook Community Centre
Cost: View Details
Ballroom Dance Social
Date: Sundays, April 9 to June 11, 2017
Time: 8:30 pm -9:45pm
Cost: $5/drop in
Location: The Old Barn Community Centre

New program for the Spring! Join us on Sunday evenings for Waltz, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, Quickstep, Samba, Cha Cha, Rumba and Jive. Twirl and swing to stay in shape and charged!
Korean Cooking: The Art of Korean Cuisine
Are you ready to experience the cooking and dining culture of Korean cuisine? Learn how to cook authentic Korean recipes from scratch. Recipes include: Japchae, Marinated Pork, Seafood Pancake and many more!
Date: April 13, April 27, May 18, and June 8
Time: 6:30pm-9pm
Location: Wesbrook Community Centre
Cost: View Details
Community Art Night at The Old Barn
Date: Friday, April 7 - 7:30pm-9:30pm
Location: The Old Barn Community Centre
Cost: $2 drop-in per family

Bring your own supplies for making whatever art or craft you are working on and join us for an evening of creativity and socializing. Drawing and doodling, coloring, watercolors or painting, needlework, knitting, beadwork, card making, whatever!

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Lecture Series: Professor Gu Xiong
Date: Monday, April 10th
Time: 7 to 9pm
Description: Born in Chongqing, China, Gu Xiong is now a Canadian living and working in Vancouver. He is a multi-media artist whose practice centres on created hybrid identities arising from integration of different cultural origins. Through a critical angle in visual art practice,
his work encompasses sociology, geography, economics, politics, and literature, as well as the dynamics of globalization, local culture and identity politics. The construction of a new level of being is Gu Xiong's primary interest.
Language: This lecture will be carried out in English
Cost: Free. More Details.
MY UNA ANNOUNCEMENTS
The UNA office is closed on Good Friday, April 14 (the official B.C Statutory holiday) and Easter Monday, April 17.

The community centres will be open as follows:
Friday: Both Community Centres are CLOSED
Saturday: Regular Hours
Sunday: Both Community Centres are CLOSED
Monday: Holiday Hours – 10 am to 6 pm.
We Want To Hold a Fix-it Clinic!
We’re looking for people who have skills in:
  • soldering
  • electronics or electrical repair
  • sewing or darning
  • wood working
  • and general tinkering
Come help your neighbors troubleshoot and fix their broken stuff by becoming a volunteer coach at our first community Fix-it Clinic.

At Fix-it Clinics, residents bring in small household appliances, clothing and textiles, small hand-made jewellery, toys and stuffed animals, bikes, small electronic devices and more to receive free guided assistance from volunteers with repair skills to disassemble, troubleshoot and fix their items. These clinics teach basic repair and troubleshooting skills, build community connections, and reduce the number of repairable objects that are thrown in the trash.

Our first Fix-it Clinic will be held on:
Wednesday, April 19 at 5pm.


Please contact Wegland Sit wegland.sit@myuna.ca to volunteer!

Baby and senior sing-along: An intergenerational music program
Wednesday 10:30am to 11:30 am in Tapestry in Wesbrook village. Free.

Looking for something to do with your toddler? Come join us at the next baby and senior sing-along. This fantastic and FREE program brings together UTOWN@UBC toddlers, their caregivers and seniors for a little singing, socializing and snacking! The singing is lead by Lee Ann Steyns of Signing Babies Vancouver and requires no special experience or ability. Read more!

OTHER COMMUNITY NEWS
UBC Point Grey Campus will be observing Easter Friday (April 14th) as a statutory holiday. Easter Monday (April 17th) is not a statutory holiday so construction work can proceed on regulated construction hours.
UBC Farm Spring Pop-Up Market
Date: April 18, 2017
Time: 4:30 to 5:30PM
Location: UBC Farm, 3461 Ross Drive
Cost: FREE!

Until our summer farmers markets begin in June, UBC Farm is hosting a spring pop-up market every other Tuesday at your neighborhood farm! Enjoy our seasonal, farm-fresh, and certified organic produce, seeds, and eggs (no limit per person). Cash, debit and credit cards accepted. Free 2-hour parking.
UBC Farm Volunteer Orientation
Date: April 19, 2017
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM
Location: UBC Farm, 3461 Ross Drive
Cost: FREE!

Curious about growing food, learning about Indigenous medicinal plants, working with children, or learning how a certified organic farm operates? Come volunteer at UBC Farm, an oasis in your backyard! Sign up for an orientation to learn how:
http://ubcfarm.ubc.ca/community/volunteer-program
Seeking Focus Group Participants
We are seeking input from parents to examine perceptions of the initial draft of the Canadian 24-hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years. A panel of experts in Canada have developed an initial draft of an integrated movement guideline for the Early Years age group (0-4 years). These guidelines include the following movementbehaviours: physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep.

Through focus groups (45 to 60 minutes), this study will seek your thoughts on the need for 24-hour Movement Behaviour Guidelines, the content of the guidelines, and how you may use them. You will receive $20 for your participation in this study.

Please contact kin.24hr.guidelines@ubc.ca if you’d like to find out more about the study and how to participate.
Milal Run 2017
Date: Saturday, April 8, 2017
Time: Fair: opens at 10:30am. Race: 11:00am – 1:00pm. Ceremonies: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: Start/Finish at University Commons
Sidewalks along East Mall, Main Mall, Crescent Road, Memorial Road, Lower Mall, Thunderbird Boulevard. See attached route map.

Details:
  • Event participants will be following rules of the road and running on the sidewalks
  • There will be no road closures
  • Access will be maintained at all times to parking lots, laneways, fire lanes and buildings
  • Event Volunteers will be positioned to ensure that participants travel safely across the roads.
  • Event Volunteers will not be stopping or directing vehicle traffic
  • Fair will be set up at University Commons – booths, tables, chairs.
  • Access will be maintained at University Commons.
  • A sound system will be used at levels heard only in the immediate area. Event noise will not disrupt classes or university operations.