In a world where local and global communities are increasingly interconnected, our programs use a uniquely integrated approach that unites scientific knowledge and interdisciplinary studies. Graduates from the Faculty of Land and Food Systems use a global approach to solve the most fundamental issues faced by society those focused around human health, a sustainable food supply and the responsible use of finite land and water resources.
From undergraduate programs in Dietetics, Resource Economics and Agroecology, to graduate studies in Human Nutrition, Wine Research and Animal Welfare, a degree from this Faculty uses a real-world focus to connect you to the workplace
Our team of award winning and internationally recognized faculty members and research chairs will help bring your studies to life through real-world examples. Youll have opportunities to apply what youve learned through facilities and research centres such as the Centre for Aquaculture and Environmental Research, Animal Welfare, Food and Resource Economics, Dairy Education and Research Centre, UBC Farm, the UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research, and the Wine Research Centre. For more information, visit the Faculty Research website.
Live and Study in Vancouver
The UBC campus is situated between the Pacific Ocean and Pacific Spirit Regional Park, one of the most spectacular natural settings in North America. UBC is approximately 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver.
Vancouver is a multicultural city with shopping, restaurants and social and cultural activities to appeal to every taste. Parks and public beaches surround the city's harbour, offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities year-round. North of Vancouver, the snow-capped Coastal Mountains provide a stunning backdrop to the city's skyline and endless opportunities for weekend getaways in both winter and summer. For more information on UBC, visit the UBC Public Affairs website.
Room 344 MacMillan Building
2357 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4