Any day of the year is the right time to visit. Swim and stroll the beaches. Catch our famous festival and events. Tour the orchards when they're in full bloom. Come by for harvest time where you can pick the freshest, juiciest fruit.From hiking, biking and boating to skiing, boarding and snowmobiling, every season holds promise. In fact, for golfers, Kelowna offers one of the longest and driest seasons in Canada.
Year-round, you can take in countless celebrations and festivals. Kelowna is at the heart of BC s Okanagan wine region and boasts amazing Wine Festivals featuring internationally recognized wines. With museums, art galleries, unique shops and wonderful restaurants, you ll want to return to Kelowna, BC, again and again.
Weather: Kelowna's climate is one of the best in Canada. For the month of May, expect temperatures of 20C/68F. Plan to pack a rain jacket/sweather as the mornings and evenings may be cool, and there are occassional showers.
UBC Okanagan opened in September 2005 as a distinctive, small university campus. We call it an intimate learning community -- where students interact with one another and their professors on a daily basis, while becoming global citizens through interaction with their community and the world.
UBC Okanagan is earning a reputation as an important, respected centre of learning and research, enhancing knowledge creation and innovation in the Okanagan. UBC Okanagan also offers a campus life rich with opportunities to build cultural and social connections, to learn, grow and express yourself. The students who choose UBC Okanagan make the difference.
With a goal of enrolling 7,500 students by 2010, UBC Okanagan is growing to serve the needs of our region, increasing access to the internationally recognized UBC degree. As our student numbers increase and the campus master plan becomes reality, UBC Okanagan will continue to feature small class sizes, experiential learning, community involvement, and direct access to research activity.