Bachelor of Arts in Environmental and Sustainability Studies

University of Northern British Columbia

Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
Bachelor of Arts in Environmental and Sustainability Studies
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • The Bachelor of Arts in Environmental and Sustainability Studies emphasizes a social science and humanities perspective on environmental and sustainability challenges and opportunities
  • The program provides a strong philosophical, social and scientific basis for understanding the full diversity of environmental and sustainability issues
  • It positions students to be effective agents of social and environmental innovation, who can promote mitigation of, and/or adaptation to, environmental challenges
  • The degree offers students substantial opportunity for experiential learning through a number of courses
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1612818 INR
Hostel & Meals741335 INR
Insurance48338 INR
Transportation8789 INR
Intramural Recreation & Fitness Fee8789 INR
Building Fee6079 INR
Student Services Fee11645 INR
NUGSS Student Society Fee6592 INR
International Student Fee18310 INR
Health & Dental Plan34350 INR
Housing Application Fee1831 INR
Varsity Fee8056 INR
Total894114 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Applicant must have passed from India Senior School Certificate (CBSE), or Indian School Certificate (CICSE)
  • 55% and above in core subjects with no subjects less than 50
ExamsTOEFL: 90
  • With not less than 20 in each of the Reading, Listening, Writing or Speaking components

IELTS: 6.5
  • With not less than 6.0 in any of the four modules

PTE: 65
  • With not less than 60 in each of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Additional info
  • The university also accepts Duo-lingo
    • Minimum Requirement: 105 points
  • Students who completed five consecutive years of instruction and examination entirely in the English language immediately before admission (i.e., within two years of application) are exempted from ELP requirement
  • Students who have completed secondary education taught entirely in the English language at a recognized institution may be exempted from ELP requirement
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