在决定录取谁进入 BCom 课程时，以下是评判标准：
UBC Sauder 申请有 2 个基本组成部分：
Personal Profile: 6 short essay questions that outline your experiences, interests, skills, etc., as well as a ‘resume’ style list of activities/accomplishments and the contact info for two references. （文书）
Timed Video Responses: 2 randomly generated video interview questions that allow you to show your personality, life experiences, goals, and more.
Personal Profile Questions
1.Explain how you responded to a problem and/or an unfamiliar situation. What did you do, what was the outcome, and what did you learn from the experience? (Maximum 1,500 characters)
2.We live in a global and diverse society. Explain how your community involvement prepares you for the future in this complex world. (Maximum 1500 characters)
3.List up to five activities or accomplishments in one or more of the following areas: Athletics, Clubs, Creative and Performing Arts, Family and Community, Service to Others, Volunteering, Work or Employment, and/or Other.
4.Tell us more about ONE or TWO activities listed above that are most important to you. Please explain the role you played and what you learned in the process. You will be asked for a reference who can speak to your response. (Maximum 2100 characters)
5.Additional Information (Optional): You may wish to use the space below to provide UBC with more information on your academic history to date and/or your future academic plans. For example: How did you choose your courses in secondary school? Are there life circumstances that have affected your academic decisions to date? What have you done to prepare yourself specifically for your intended area of study at UBC? (maximum 600 characters)
6.Please submit the names of two referees who know you well and can comment on your preparedness for study at UBC. 7.Examples of referees include an employer, a community member, a coach, a teacher/instructor, or anyone who knows you well. One of the referees you select MUST be able to speak to one of the activities / experiences described in one of your 8.long-answer responses above. For applicants who are currently attending a high school, one of your referees MUST be a school official (e.g. grade 12 or senior year counselor, teacher, or IB Coordinator). Neither referee should be a friend, family member, or paid agent.
1.Describe a project that required you to be creative or innovative. What did you do, and describe the result?
2.Describe the most important responsibility in your life. What has it taught you?
3.Describe a situation where you had to do something unethical. How did you respond?
4.Who has been a role model for you? What have they taught you about responsibility and respect?
5.Give an example of when you or someone close to you experienced a negative outcome from doing
what was ethical. What did you learn?
6.What do you feel is the right balance between work and play? Give an example of how you personally strive for this balance in life.
7.Describe a situation where you received negative feedback from someone you respect. What did you think and what action did you take?
8.If you have s1 milion to spend toward solving a community issue, how would you spend it? Explain why.
9.Describe a situation where you needed to be creative to solve a problem. What was your approach? What steps did you take?
10.Who in your life has demonstrated strong leadership qualities? How has this person motivated and inspired you?
11.What social issue is important to you and what are you doing to address it?
12.Tell me about an occasion when you were concerned abouta classmate or friend because you knew they were making a mistake. What did you do about it?
13.Who has been a role model for you? What have they taught you about responsibility and respect?
14.Give us an example of when you misjudged a situation. How did you respond?
15.If you could go back in time, what advice would you give to your younger self?
16.Describe a situation when you volunteered to help someone who was in need. How did you make a difference?
17.What is your favourite hobby and how has it shaped you?
18.Give an example of when you observed a situation that was unjust. What impact did it have on you?
19.Which past innovation has most influenced our lives? Why was it important?
20.What qualities do you think a person needs in order to be a successful leader? Why?
21.What is your greatest strength when working with others? Describe a situation when this abilty helped you complete the job.
22.Describe a leader who you respect and admire. Explain why you believe this person is or was an effective leader.
23.Describe a competitive environment you've been in. How did it make you feel and how did you respond?
24.What current issue are you most passionate about? Why is this issue important to you?
25.How important is integrity to you? Describe a time you've witnessed or demonstrated it.
26.For the purpose of marketing a product, is it acceptable to exaggerate the product's functions?
27.Describe when you took a risk and experienced disappointment. How did you respond?
28.Is it better to submit average quality work, on time, or high quality work, but late? Explain.
29.Do you think it's necessary to have a strong team leader? Why?
30.Describe an issue that has affected your community. Explain why it's important.
31.Do you feel that social media helps or hurts businesses? Explain.