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Four ways BCIT Industry Services can boost your business

January 18, 2023

The advantages of an education from BCIT are clear for students, but there are also numerous gains to be had...

Fighting health disinformation with free open source pathology resources

January 13, 2023

Working from home during the pandemic was challenging for energetic and outgoing Basic Health Sciences faculty Jen Kong. But boredom...

Student recipients of 2022 BCIT Entrance Awards and Scholarships poised to become leaders of tomorrow

December 16, 2022

Congratulations to the hundreds of well-deserving student recipients of BCIT’s 2022 entrance awards and scholarships. Representing every school at BCIT,...

BCIT DNA expert Dr. Dean Hildebrand explains genetic genealogy

December 2, 2022

Nearly four decades after the 1983 gruesome murder of two women in Toronto, police have identified and arrested the killer....

BCIT students collaborate with YVR Innovation Hub to develop IoT water monitoring station

November 30, 2022

BCIT students joined forces with the YVR Innovation Hub to help build a water monitoring system to collect and analyse...

3 reasons to work with BCIT Computing students

November 10, 2022

At BCIT Computing, applied learning includes solving business challenges for a real client. The Industry Sponsored Student Projects (ISSP) Program...

Student’s green computing paper recognized internationally

November 8, 2022

Facing both climate change and high fuel costs, reducing energy consumption is on everyone’s mind. So it’s exciting to hear...

BCIT provides students with free English Language Support Services

November 8, 2022

At BCIT, 39% of students speak a language other than English at home. Transitioning to student life can be particularly...