I have a couple questions about attending UBC:
What types of places do graduates from there get jobs? Does a UBC degree carry into the Seattle market? Do employees look favorably on UBC grads as receiving a solid practical planning degree (at the least)?
Where do grad students live? I've heard UBC is primarily a commuter campus (at least for undergrads) but their website has some spiffy looking grad student housing. Do grad students live on campus or are these images/descriptions misleading?
I haven't heard back from UBC yet and I'll likely be asking their department these questions if I get in, but I'd like to get an idea beforehand. Thanks!