BCIT works.

BCIT grads are in demand — ready to start their careers and earn more in less time.

BCIT Grads are in demand — ready to start their careers and earn more in less time.

Graduate Outcomes

Diploma & Certificate Grads


Degree Grads


Apprenticeship Completers

Time Investment

Average Salaries

BCIT works.

BCIT grads are in demand — ready to start their careers and earn more in less time.

BCIT Grads are in demand — ready to start their careers and earn more in less time.

Graduate Outcomes

Diploma & Certificate Grads


Degree Grads


Apprenticeship Completers

Average Salaries

BCIT Grads are in demand — ready to start their careers and earn more in less time.

Graduate Outcomes

Diploma & Certificate Grads


Degree Grads


Apprenticeship Completers

Average Salaries

BCIT Grads are in demand — ready to start their careers and earn more in less time.

Graduate Outcomes

Diploma & Certificate Grads


Degree Grads


Apprenticeship Completers

Average Salaries

Source: All graduate outcome statistics listed are from BC Student Outcomes Reports, prepared by BC Stats. Based on 2010–2012 data (three-year-average).

* PSI (provincial) average = the average of all institutions (excluding BCIT) participating in the designated survey. PSI average for degree programs does not include the Research Universities (UBC, UBC-O, UNBC, SFU, and UVic).

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Infographic poster: BCIT grads are in demand — ready to start their careers and earn more in less time.

BCIT has 290 programs divided into Degree, Diploma, Certificate, and Apprenticeship programs. BCIT degree graduates are more likely to be employed and working in their field of study than the provincial average.

8 out of 10 BCIT diploma and certificate grads are working in their fields of study. 95% of Apprenticeship graduates are working in their chosen trade.

BCIT graduates have a higher earning potential than the average grad.

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Source: All graduate outcome statistics listed are from BC Student Outcomes Reports, prepared by BC Stats. Based on 2010–2012 data (three-year-average).

* PSI (provincial) average = the average of all institutions (excluding BCIT) participating in the designated survey. PSI average for degree programs does not include the Research Universities (UBC, UBC-O, UNBC, SFU, and UVic).

© British Columbia Institute of Technology. All Rights Reserved.