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Student Association commits $130,000 to BCIT Student Emergency Response Fund, helping students find brighter futures

November 20, 2020

When Jose L. came to Canada in May 2019 with his wife and two children, he sought to give his...

From barista to analyst, BCIT Computing grad now sees infinite potential

November 10, 2020

Despite a somewhat rocky start in post-secondary education, Computer Systems Technology (CST) Diploma grad Stuart Budd is now a lifelong...

“BCIT Industry Sponsored Student Projects program is a great opportunity for start-ups”

November 6, 2020

Meet Nichola Lytle: mother of two young sons living in Nelson, owner of a successful design company, a Digital Arts...

Flexible delivery format allows army medic to enrol in Forensic Nursing course at BCIT

October 31, 2020

A flexible, online schedule let student Stephanie Patz juggle coursework with her duties as an army medic, deployed in the...

Changing careers? These Part-time Studies can help you pivot quickly

October 28, 2020

Workplaces today may be unlike anything we’re used to, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any employment opportunities out there....

AI for everyone: BCIT Computing Instructor wants to teach non-programmers how to use Artificial Intelligence

October 15, 2020

Maryam Khezrzadeh’s curiosity has driven her to investigate the data behind a wide range of current issues. From mapping connections...

From CIT to teaching in Part-time Studies: Justin Fox on building secure cloud solutions

October 1, 2020

Justin Fox calls themself a “chaos engineer” but that’s maybe not what you think it is. An award-winning grad of...

How BCIT Computing’s FWD program supports students in becoming front-end web developers

September 30, 2020

With strong connections to industry, BCIT programs are frequently reviewed and modified to ensure they stay relevant to sector needs....