Support for prospective students

Tanjeem Azad's research focusses on understanding the cognitive processes involved in false memories and the impact such memories have on eyewitness testimony.
Tanjeem Azad's research focusses on understanding the cognitive processes involved in false memories and the impact such memories have on eyewitness testimony.

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Deciding whether UVic might be a good fit for you? Consider this. We offer access to some of the best research, teaching and learning opportunities in the country and have a growing reputation for excellence in the world. Our programs continue to evolve to reflect areas of emerging interest and allow room to bridge disciplines. We are uniquely positioned to take advantage of things that can only be had here in our natural, West Coast setting.

Add to the mix an engaged graduate community of faculty, staff and researchers and there are plenty of reasons to say your degree came from an institution built on values, reputation and a unique vantage point. Find out if we're right for you by exploring the resources below.

Resources for prospective students on this website

From program, tuition and financial aid resources to what you can expect from campus life, this site points prospective students to information about essential elements of the graduate experience at UVic. It can also help you to plan your way here.

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Resources for prospective students on other UVic websites

Information relevant to future students can also be found on other UVic websites, including www.uvic.ca.Below are great starting places to learn more about UVic and what's here for you.

Resources for prospective students on non-UVic websites

External websites can also help prospective students find out more about the benefits of graduate studies and how to prepare. Here are some starting places.


Professional development
Three Minute Thesis (3MT)
Graduate Students' Society

Program information