University of British Columbia Vancouver World Ranking - US News
Established in 1908, the University of British Columbia is a public university located in the Canadian province of British Columbia. The university was established as McGill University College of British Columbia; the university became independent and adopted its current name in 1915. The university constantly ranks among the top universities. Its faculty and alumni have received 7 Nobel Prizes, 69 Rhodes Scholarships and 65 Olympic medals. The University of British Columbia has its campuses in Vancouver (Main Campus) and Okanagan.
The university comprises of various schools and faculties: Faculty of Applied Science; School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture; Faculty of Arts; School of Audiology and Speech Sciences; Sauder School of Business; School of Community and Regional Planning; Faculty of Dentistry; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Forestry; School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies; School of Journalism, School of Kinesiology; Faculty of Land and Food Systems; School of Law; School of Library, Archival and Information Studies; Faculty of Medicine; School of Music; School of Nursing and Pharmaceutical Sciences; School of Population and Public Health; Faculty of Science; School of Social Work; UBC Vantage College; School of Economics.