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 […]
This information session will spotlight part-time studies offerings at The School of Business + Media and go over some helpful information for prospective part-time students. This session will begin promptly at 5:30 pm with a presentation and conclude with a question and answer period. You will be sent a Zoom link 1.5 hours before the […]
This workshop will introduce International students and newcomers to Canada to some common customs and expectations in Canadian workplaces and learn about some of the values that Canadian employers have. Learn how to adapt to the unique culture of your industry and understand what being “the right fit” means to employers. This virtual workshop will […]
Join International Student Centre staff as we go through how to prepare for your PGWP application. Please review Post-Graduation Work Permits before attending this session.
As a study permit holder, there are a number of conditions that IRCC requires you to meet. Join the International student Centre as we go over study permit condition requirements. Please review Conditions of study Permit holders in Canada before attending this session.
This information session will spotlight full-time programs at The School of Business + Media and go over some helpful information for prospective students. This session will begin promptly at 5:30 pm with a presentation and conclude with a question and answer period. You will be sent a Zoom link 1.5 hours before the start of […]
While traveling to a new country to study can be exciting, it also presents a number of challenges — particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us to find out about important wellness support resources available to international students at BCIT and learn some techniques to help deal with mental health issues such as stress, anxiety, […]
As a newcomer to Canada, you need a strategy for managing your Canadian career journey. You may be transitioning from a successful career in your home country, or BCIT may be your first post-secondary education experience. Either way, your plan should include career goals in addition to your education goals to ensure you are successfully […]
Did you know that BCIT is required to report the status of each student whose study permit lists BCIT as the Designated Learning Institute? Find out more about what it means to be considered “enrolled full-time” and why this may be extremely important to you and your future plans. This session is specifically designed for […]
Join staff from the International Student Centre for a workshop designed to help international students understand the Co-op Work Permit. We will touch on who is required to have a co-op work permit, eligibility/requirement criteria and how to apply for a co-op work permit. Please review Co-op Work Permits prior to attending this sessions.
Join your fellow peers for a fun trivia style game hosted online by the International Student Centre!
International students have access to a great number of services, resources, and facilities at BCIT. Join us as we go through our International Student Services to make sure that you are on track to successfully prepare for starting your program at BCIT!