Education that knows no boundaries
We believe everyone should have access to life-transforming education. By investing in our students, we’re also investing in businesses, industries, and economies across British Columbia and beyond. We owe it to the next generation to open up new opportunities for people from all walks of life to access the power of a BCIT education. A diverse and inclusive campus is a more invigorating and inspiring campus, filled with more diverse ideas and solutions.
We will harness new technologies and explore new fields to equip students for success in tomorrow’s world. Through virtual and augmented reality, as well as other immersive interactive settings, we’ll simulate real-world environments and situations to better prepare students with job-ready skills. Students will experience workforce challenges in a realistic, yet safe and supportive learning environment, enabling them to think creatively and explore their own potential.
A living lab for the future
Our Burnaby campus will be transformed into a destination for applied learning and research innovation, and a dynamic community of discovery and interaction. New buildings and infrastructure will create unparalleled places to learn, innovate and co-create. Leading the way in sustainability with new greenways, bike lanes, on-campus housing and the daylighting of Guichon Creek will create an environment where students, educators, researchers, and industry partners will want to be.
August 20, 2021
It isn’t very often that you find a female foreman on a job site. It’s even less often that she’s...
June 14, 2021
BCIT is pleased to announce a $450,000 donation from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, in conjunction with Seaspan and...
May 3, 2021
“Walt was the kind of guy who bled BCIT blue,” says Glenn Pellegrin, Program Head, Automation and Instrumentation, BCIT Electrical...
Forging paths: $1M donation from Gene Haas Foundation paves the way for BCIT students through faculty like Indigenous Red Seal Machinist Chelsea Barron
April 16, 2021
Chelsea Barron has an angel. Her name was Angelina. She hunted on horseback, and was a residential school survivor and...
As technological, economic and social change accelerates, the BCIT campus must transform into a learning environment where solutions to our most urgent challenges are born, tested and readied for the world.