Terms of Reference & Instructions
This initiative is for any Master of Educational Technology (MET) student residing outside of British Columbia who would like to travel to attend their graduation at UBC.
Funds for this program are limited, however we will do our best to accommodate requests.
This grant is available for students residing outside of British Columbia and offers reimbursement of airfare only (lowest economy round-trip airfare at time of travel), or the equivalent of airfare should you wish to travel by car. We will confirm lowest airfare based on www.expedia.ca and www.travelocity.ca.
The grant will not cover accommodation, meals, ground transportation, or any other costs incurred.
This is a reimbursement grant, meaning that successful applicants must first incur the costs of travel and then submit original receipts for reimbursement.
The maximum allowable is CAD$1,000 per application.
Applications must include:
- your MET Graduation Travel Grant application form (you may send the application by email, and if accepted forward the original by mail with your travel documents)
- your dates of travel and departure airport.
Once your application has been processed you will receive a confirmation email outlining the dollar amount approved.
You must then submit a copy of the confirmation email with your original receipt and original airline boarding passes for all legs of your journey (photocopies will not be accepted) AND a signed Mileage & Authorized Travel Expense Claim Form to:
UBC Faculty of Education (EPLT)
1304 – 2125 Main Mall
Canada V6T 1Z4
NOTE: you can be reimbursed in Canadian or US funds, so please clearly specify your preference.
Applications must be received on or before October 1st.
Applications must be received on or before April 1st.
To be eligible to apply for this graduation travel grant, you must:
- be eligible for graduation from the MET program
- have applied for graduation
- be living outside of British Columbia, Canada
ADJUDICATION OF APPLICATIONS
Applications will be checked for eligibility and if necessary be adjudicated by the MET Advisory Committee.