Join the MOT program as part of our Fraser Valley cohort, located across from Surrey Memorial Hospital.
You will be taught by the same instructors and interact in real-time with the wider program, with clinical skills assistants present in labs at each of the MOT sites to facilitate learning and clinical skills development.
We respectfully acknowledge that UBC MOT Fraser cohort is taught on the treaty territory of the Tsawwassen First Nations and the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish people, specifically the Kwantlen, Katzie, and Semiahmoo First Nations.
Situated near the heart of Surrey, the UBC MOT Fraser cohort location offers easy transport links, affordable living and is surrounded by parks, culture and helpful amenities.
The high-quality teaching and learning facilities offer a broad mix of learning and social spaces for students.
As part of this program, students complete two out of five fieldwork placements within the Surrey area.
The remaining three placements are not guaranteed to take place in the area and will occur within any health authority and may be in rural or urban locations. You will experience a wide variety of clinical settings in both public and private sectors, with the chance to participate in innovative projects.
Clinical learning sites vary each year, but the majority of placements focus on critical sites within the Fraser Health Authority.
If you’d like to apply for the Fraser cohort of the Master of Occupational Therapy program, simply express your interest for the Fraser cohort on your application in the site preference section.
All other steps in the application process are the same.
As always, applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Check your eligibility and confirm your suitability for the program.
How to Apply
Check deadlines and use our step-by-step guide to gather the relevant documents for your application.
Start your Application
Apply for the MOT program through the UBC Graduate Studies Online Application portal.