• SUMMER SEMINAR 2016
    JUNE 19 – 22

    Fairmont Empress, Victoria

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  • Compass 2016 Winter Issue

    BCCIE turns 25

    Why BC is Investing in the ASEAN Education Market

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  • Canada’s new education
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    EduCanada: The new International Education in Canada brand

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BCCIE News

20 U.S. independent school counsellors welcomed to BC

APRIL 28, 2016     Source: Chantal Moore

From April 24–27, 2016, BCCIE led a familiarization tour for ACCIS, a professional organization of U.S. college counsellors at independent high schools. It was BC’s first time hosting such a diversity of US counsellors, representing over 15 states—from Hawaii to New Hampshire; New Mexico to Minnesota. The tour consisted of site visits to six […]

BCCIE signs MOU with Inter-American Organization for Higher Education

APRIL 22, 2016     Source: Chantal Moore

BCCIE entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) this week with the Inter-American Organization for Higher Education (IOHE). The official document was signed by BCCIE’s Executive Director Dr. Randall Martin and IOHE’s Executive Director Dr. David Julien on April 13. IOHE is a university association represented by 27 countries throughout the […]

Spotlight on new Ministry of Education International Education Scholarships and Awards – now open

APRIL 21, 2016     Source: Ministry of Education

Promoting intercultural learning opportunities for high school students and teachers    British Columbia’s Ministry of Education is pleased to announce that applications are now open for four new international education awards and scholarships. The awards promote the development of intercultural knowledge and understanding in support of BC’s new education curriculum and […]

Snapshot of the Mexican Education Market

APRIL 21, 2016     Source: Alan Schroeder

By: Alan Schroeder, Associate Director, External Relations, BCCIE With a number of economic and educational reforms, the government of Mexico is aiming to boost the country’s productivity, raise income levels and become a more globally competitive nation. A number of factors make Mexico, a priority market under Global Affairs Canada’s […]