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In addition to co-op opportunities, BCIT offers apprenticeships, student internships, practicums, consulting, and capstone projects. The diverse student population is available to begin these work-integrated learning opportunities throughout the year.

School of Computing and Academic Studies

The School of Computing and Academic Studies is the largest Computing and IT education provider in Western Canada, with over 30 different applied programs. Additional areas of study include Forensic Science & Technology, Communication, and more.

If your team or company needs individual contributors for project or operational roles, CIT students also have the option of doing an individual practicum in place of one of the team-based projects. The individual practicum is for students in the final term of CIT, and requires at least 100 hours of work (paid or unpaid) with a company for 10 weeks or more. If you have a position for a student, or if you would like to know more, please email us.

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School of Energy

ContactMarko Vicic

The school of Energy provides education and research focused on increasing energy efficiencies in industrial processes and the development of cost-effective alternative energy sources. Programs range from Machinist to Telecommunications, and Chemical and Environmental Technology to Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

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School of Health Sciences

The School of Health Sciences provides industry-leading education for essential, in-demand careers in the healthcare field, from Occupational Health & Safety, to Radiation Therapy, Environmental Health and Nursing.

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School of Transportation

ContactRichard Haire

The School of Transportation is a North American leader in transportation training, providing aerospace, aviation, automotive, heavy equipment, rail and marine training programs and courses.

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