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UBC Residence - Year Round Studio Apartment

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If i apply now for a studio apartment what are my chances of getting one and when should i expect to hear about it? My earliest move in date would be may 1st if that helps

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No chance, it can take more than a year to get into year-round studio housing. 

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8 hours ago, Tagger said:

No chance, it can take more than a year to get into year-round studio housing. 

Rough. Thanks for the reply

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No worries!  If you're set on staying on campus, there are other options:

  • Grad student residences (Green College, St. John's, MBA House)
  • Private apartments (Axis building, Iona Drive apartments, Wesbrook Village, University Village, Hampton Place)
  • St. Andrews Hall

Living off-campus is also a great option and will likely give you better value for your money.  

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