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University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC employee reviews

PhD Candidate in Vancouver, BC
on 22 September 2022
Productive and a place of mind
You grow scientifically given your exposure to top scholars in the research field. Great guidance on research activities and opportunities to win awards and grants to secure funds for your studies. If you stand well you can easily get contracts to participate in teaching activities and become a teacher assistant or a lecturer
on 17 September 2022
Great place to learn new things and have a life outside of work
The work was engaging and interesting, management was supportive but distant. It could sometimes be stressful to talk on the telephone all the time. People are ruder on the phone, even if they are technically your colleagues.
Graduate Research Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 16 September 2022
Nice place
A very unforgettable memory of UBC when I spend 4+ yrs there. Nice place with an efficient management team, and nice people who are always ready to help. Casual and inclusive environment.
Intern in Vancouver, BC
on 1 September 2022
Student Intern
The management was very responsive, friendly, and down-to-earth. The organization had interns and volunteers, both unpaid and all students. It was a rewarding experience.
Research Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 21 August 2022
Good benefits
Great extended health benefits and there's tuition waivers for staff. That is about it. Unfortunately the actual work was not as described, and I was not given the right opportunities to develop new skills or apply my skill set. No job security nor job fulfilment. Long commute to and from work, required to travel for work via public transit without reimbursement for transit costs. Only had work-life balance after I reduced my hours to part-time. Salary after taxes, even at full time hours, was hardly enough to meet the high costs of living in this city.

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