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Your hard work has paid off, and we’re thrilled that you’ve received an offer to your chosen program. To secure your place and continue with the enrolment process, please follow these important steps.

Acceptance letter

You’ll receive a formal letter of acceptance via myCommunication which will outline the details of your acceptance and provide instructions for next steps.

Commitment fee

To confirm your acceptance, you must pay a non-refundable, non-transferable commitment fee by the specified deadline.

Payment options and deadline dates are listed in your acceptance letter.

Note: If we do not receive your commitment fee by the deadline, you will lose the seat and your application will be withdrawn.

For most programs, the commitment fee is:

  • $200 for Trade Foundation programs
  • $500 for Technology programs
  • $3,000 for international applicants


Program Domestic International*
Airline and Flight Operations Commercial Pilot (Fixed-Wing) $1,000 $3,000
Airline and Flight Operations Commercial Pilot (Rotary-Wing) $1,000 $3,000
Front-End Web Developer $1,500 $3,000
Office Administrator with Technology $1,500 $3,000
Software Systems Developer $2,000 $3,000
Technology Support Professional $2,000 $3,000

*International students: After you pay your commitment fee, we will send you the official letter of acceptance required by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to apply for your post-secondary study permit via myCommunication.

Tuition and fees

Prepare to pay your tuition and fees ahead of your program’s start date. Payments are due 60 days before your program begins. If you’re admitted within 60 days of the start date, payment is required within 2 weeks of acceptance.

Note: If we do not receive your tuition payment by the deadline, you will be withdrawn from the program.

Learn more about Tuition & Fees >

Learn more about Financial Aid & Awards >

Visit Financial Services for payment options >

What's next?

You've paid your commitment fee. What's next? As a newly accepted BCIT student, you will need to start preparing for your first day of classes. Whether it’s paying your tuition or getting your BCIT ID Card, we’ve got you covered.

Take the next steps on your journey to BCIT