Register for Part-time Courses

If you have applied to or been accepted into a full-time program at BCIT, you do not need to register for individual courses. Accepted applicants are automatically enrolled in required courses.
quick registration

Step 1: Choose your courses

Once you know what you want to take, you can register.

Step 2: Meet the requirements

To be successful in BCIT's applied learning environment, students must demonstrate English proficiency in all four language skills: reading, writing, speaking, and listening. English requirements are program-specific. Find your program online and refer to the program entry details.

If your course or program does not have a specific English requirement, two years of education in English in an English-speaking country and English 12 are strongly recommended for success.

For information on English equivalencies, testing and upgrading options, visit:

Many courses offered through part-time studies have prerequisites that are listed in the course description. Before registering, ensure you have completed the necessary courses or have the skills and knowledge equivalent to the listed prerequisites. Some courses may require department approval prior to registering (see the course description).

International Students: If you have questions regarding your status in Canada or legal eligibility to study in Canada, contact the International Student Centre (ISC) at 604-432-8816.

Step 3: Prepare to register

When registering for courses, have the following ready:

Step 4: Register

BCIT offers different ways to register. Be sure to get familiar with part-time studies fees, refunds and withdrawal information.

Note: If an employer or company is paying on your behalf, please read our Sponsorship page for more details on the registration process.

Online

Register online using the BCIT Secure Information System.

Offline

See all options for registering for Part-time Studies courses off-line, including at our Marine Campus.

Step 5: Prepare for your course

Here are some things you can do to prepare for your first class: