• The First Peoples House at the University of Victoria. Pictured: Xwa Lack Tun's (Rick Harry) carved doors to the Ceremonial Hall.
    National Indigenous History Month and Indigenous Peoples Day
    Celebrate Indigenous culture and history
  • An illustration of tall, modern skyscrapers with a digital overlay of blue and white dots and vertical lines resembling a digital sound wave, giving the image a high-tech and modern feel. 
    Discover art in the city this summer
    Explore the Summer Art Series
  • A yellow microphone in front of a yellow background.
    New programs coming soon
    Refresh your skills in a flexible, online learning environment
  • A hand holding a plant with a glowing compass. Surrounding the compass are icons of renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and water. The background features green leaves, highlighting environmental sustainability and climate action.
    Find direction through climate challenges
    With our Climate Action Planning program
  • Homestay students with their homestay host at pumpkin patch.
    UVic Homestay in need of hosts!
    Hosts receive $1,350 CAD per month
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Professional programming

Whether you're looking to advance your current career or try something new, we offer professional development for everyone.

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Mature students taking an art course

Community programming

Learning doesn't have to be about grades or approval. Discover the joy of new knowledge and open yourself to new perspectives.

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International students

International programming

If you're a student, professional or an organization, we can help you thrive and reach your personal or professional goals.

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Jan - Aug 2024 Courses

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Broaden your cultural experiences

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New programs

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Territory acknowledgement

We acknowledge and respect the Lək̓ʷəŋən (Songhees and Esquimalt) Peoples on whose territory the university stands, and the Lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.

Christine Sam and Eugene Sam of Songhees Nation