Join International Student Centre staff as we provide an overview of the comprehensive Travel to Canada Guide that we designed specifically for international students at BCIT.
Successfully finding work in Canada requires more than just the right education. Workplace skills, also called soft skills, are just as important as the hard, technical skills you gain through your education. Workplace skills can be developed through practice, but first we need to know which skills are in demand! This virtual workshop will be […]
Need to find a place to live during your studies at BCIT? Join us for a special workshop to learn more about off-campus housing options for international students and what neighborhoods may be a good choice for you. We will also go through some important considerations to keep in mind before signing any kind of […]
If you are a new international student coming to study at BCIT, there is a good chance that you will use Guard.me International Insurance for temporary medical insurance coverage for your first 3 months in Canada until your BC Medical Services Plan (MSP) account is activated. Topics to be covered: How to know if you […]
New and returning international students are invited to attend an interactive session on Zoom that will introduce international students to Indigenous cultures and history in Canada. This event will also provide an opportunity for students to share their own cultures, stories, and connect with Indigenous Initiatives staff and BCIT's Indigenous Student Champions. Students can register […]
This session is the second part of Working in Canada 101, and will feature a special guest presentation from BCIT Student Association Career Services who will introduce some of the important events and resources that are available for international students studying at BCIT. This will be a fantastic opportunity to learn how to develop skills to help […]
Join staff from the International Student Centre for a workshop designed to help international students understand on-campus and off-campus work eligibility during your studies and any regularly scheduled breaks. We will also briefly touch on who is required to have a co-op work permit. Please review Work Eligibility and Co-op Work Permits prior to attending this sessions.