BCIT is located on the unceded territory of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), and xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) First Nations. BCIT has been educating and inspiring students for over half a century on their traditional lands and for that, we are grateful. We acknowledge that the relationship with Indigenous peoples in Canada has been troubled and must be reconciled; we are deeply committed to doing our part.
Kathy Kinloch, President, British Columbia Institute of Technology
We see the Strategic Plan as a bridge to our future – a future in which we are achieving our full potential. Together we can deliver upon our vision of empowering people, shaping BC, and inspiring global progress.
BCIT has tremendous strength.
Our previous Strategic Plan, established in 2014, asserted that, “The world needs more BCIT.” Under this plan, we advanced the quality of our education and recognition of our credentials. We took steps to internationalize our student body and improve employee engagement, and we created a framework for the development of the Burnaby campus. We have a solid foundation from which to build.
Renewed vision and mission.
We have refreshed the foundation of our strategy to reflect the shifting landscape and to reinforce our points of difference in a complex and demanding world. We are also challenging ourselves to be more ambitious, more purposeful, and more integrated.Read about our Vision & Mission
excellence | diversity & inclusion | collaboration | innovation | respect
Our Commitments and Strategic Initiatives
We have articulated three commitments that represent our primary areas of activity and our accountability to BCIT’s primary stakeholders: our learners, our faculty and staff, and our partners. We are intent on being a people-focused organization that delivers future-proof applied education, amplifying our impact through globally relevant connections. These three create the structure of our Strategic Plan.