BCIT Business + Media will be hosting its first International Week from March 20 to March 24, 2023. Join us for five days in Vancouver, BC to expand your global network, participate in exclusive company visits, learn about the most recent internationalization trends and to immerse in an authentic Canadian experience.
For teaching faculty
We invite faculty members from our partner universities to come to Vancouver to share their expertise in one of the following areas:
- Accounting, Finance, and Insurance
- Broadcast and Media Communications
- HR and Business Management
- Digital Arts, Media and Design
- Marketing, Sales, and Tourism
- Operations, Technology, Trade, and Project Management
Visiting guest lecturers will have approximately 9 hours of student interaction and instructional hours combined during the International Week. The exact number of instructional hours will be determined on an individual basis.
|Monday, March 20||Official welcome and campus tour
|Tuesday, March 21||Guest lecture / discussion
|Wednesday, March 22||Guest lecture / discussion
Networking event with BCIT faculty and staff
|Thursday, March 23||Company visit
Guest lecture / discussion
Global industry networking night
|Friday, March 24||Guest lecture / discussion
Participation fee: CAD $150
The fee includes the welcome lunch on Monday, March 20, the closing dinner on Friday, March 24, as well as all company visits and cultural tours and activities. Participants are expected to cover their own air ticket, accommodation, and other travel expenses.
BCIT is one of Canada’s largest post-secondary institutes, with credentials ranging from certificates and diplomas to Bachelor’s and applied Master’s degrees.
Founded in 1964, the Institute serves the success of learners and employers by advancing the state-of-practice to provide high quality education and training that supports its graduates as practitioners.
BCIT develops partnerships with communities and industry — both in Canada and around the world — making BCIT integral to their economic, social, and environmental prosperity. BCIT’s work-integrated education and training enables its graduates to distinguish themselves and influences employers to use BCIT’s standards for their human capital development.
We respectfully acknowledge that the Metro Vancouver area is situated on the unceded traditional territories of the Coast Salish First Nations, and that indigenous peoples have made this area their home for countless generations.
Metro Vancouver is made up of 21 municipalities that are home to around 2.8 million people, making it the 3rd largest metropolitan area in Canada after Toronto and Montreal. The largest of these is the City of Vancouver which is a vibrant and multicultural port city set against the beautiful landscape of the rugged Coast Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean.
Vancouver overflows with diversity and culture. There are more than a dozen neighbourhoods where visitors can enjoy spectacular views and immerse in urban areas which are built with inspirations from cultures all over the world.