INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS STUDENT ASSOCIATION (IRSA)
UBC has long encouraged global citizenship as a key part of academic development. For many years, the International Relations Students Association (IRSA) has worked to develop co-curricular programs that help achieve this goal. We aim to provide students from a variety of disciplines with a forum for discussing international issues. IRSA membership is available to all UBC students and alumni.
Visit https://blogs.ubc.ca/irsa/ for more details.
THE STUDENT ENVIRONMENT CENTRE
The Student Environment Centre (SEC) is a resource group mandated by the University of British Columbia Alma Mater Society (UBC AMS) to provide environmental and sustainability resources to the UBC community. We are actively involved in promoting various initiatives that critically examine the interactions between humans and the environment.
UBC INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PROGRAM
The UBC International Relations program is a degree granting undergraduate program in the Faculty of Arts. With approximately 300 majors, the program is one of the largest in the Faculty. International Relations is an interdisciplinary major which permits students to take courses in a variety of disciplines including History, Political Science, Economics (the three core disciplines), as well as Geography, Asian Studies, and Sociology, among others. The IR program is a proud sponsor of the UBC Journal of International Affairs.
LIU INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COMMUNITY FUND
This program is intended to provide funding and support for undergraduate student-initiated activities that build community amongst International Relations students and that are aligned with the mandate of the Liu Institute for Global Issues.
IRSA and the JIA would like to thank the following organizations and departments for their generous support of our programs:
UBC Alma Mater Society
UBC Arts Undergraduate Society
The Liu Institute for Global Issues
UBC Global Lounge