International Field Schools
The objectives of the BCIT School of Business Field School are to expand the applied learning process both inside and outside of the classroom while simultaneously enriching the academic experience. Furthermore, Field School provides professional development opportunities for faculty and staff.
We are now accepting applications for the 2017 Field Schools:
- Austria and Italy
Cities visited: Vienna, Trieste, Vicenza, Verona, Venice, Bologna
- Spain and France
Cities visited: Barcelona, Toulouse, Paris
Students attending the Field School have the opportunity to receive credit for academic courses, learn about European business practices by visiting international companies, and ultimately, to be fully immersed in the culture by means of guided tours, activities, events, sports, and interaction with local people.
When: June 25 - July 15, 2017*
Who can go: Anyone 19 years or older
What is included:
- Two 3.0 credit courses - TBA
- Shared accommodation and breakfast
- Transportation around Europe
- Field trips to course related sites and companies
- Cultural program
- Free time for your own travel
How to Apply
Interested in applying to the Field School program? Email us with the following information:
- A completed application form
- A letter of intent stating why you want to participate in the program
Stay tuned for more details about visiting cities and companies!
*Dates, companies, and site visits are subject to change
Attend an information session and learn more from Field School 2016 participants!
"This experience was incredible. I was able to see and do things not available to ordinary people on vacation, including visiting neat businesses and learning about the ways that they conduct business. This aspect enriched our learning experience by having the opportunity to see and learn with our own eyes. I will forever be changed by this experience and have a great appreciation for the BCIT faculty for hosting such a wonderful trip. Thank you again!"
~ Andrea, BBA Student
"The ability to connect with people, understand cultural norms and communicate through non-verbal cues can play a major factor in engaging and maintaining global partnerships. I strongly encourage all students to participate and immerse themselves into this program. The long lasting relationships, unforgettable memories and an appreciation of the world is what I have gained through this program."
~ Angelo, BBA Student