• SUMMER SEMINAR 2015
    WILL BE IN WHISTLER
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  • SPRING EDUCATION MISSION TO CHINA
    A WIN FOR STUDENTS

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  • SUMMER SEMINAR 2015
    WILL BE IN WHISTLER
    FROM JUNE 21–24

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  • WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE

    You’ll notice things don’t look the way they used to. We freshened up the website,
    giving it a clean, modern look that will help you find the information you need quickly.

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BCCIE News

Welcome to our new website!

FEBRUARY 24, 2015     Source: Chantal Moore

Welcome to our new website! You’ll notice things don’t look the way they used to. We freshened up the website, giving it a clean, modern look that will help you find the information you need quickly. Usability You’ll find it easier to navigate the website with the new layout. We […]

Spring Education Mission to China a win for students

APRIL 10, 2015     Source: Chantal Moore

BCCIE recently accompanied BC's Minister of Advanced Education Andrew Wilkinson on his Education Mission to China to promote education relationships, support BC’s important education partners and encourage an increase in the two-way flow of students. The Mission, Wilkinson’s first as Minister of Advanced Education, was deemed a great success, facilitating […]

Why studying in Canada might be a good option, Part 2

APRIL 15, 2015     Source: Cathy McMeekan on examiner.com

On a recent college tour in British Columbia hosted by the British Columbia Council for International Education we visited several art schools in Vancouver, BC that would give students a great reason to study in BC. The area has a rich art scene and because of the booming movie production […]

Why studying in BC Canada might be a good option, Part 1

MARCH 17, 2015     Source: Cathy McMeekan on examiner.com

On a recent college tour sponsored by the British Columbia Council for International Education, a number of Pacific Northwest high school counselors and independent educational consultants were given a peek at some well-regarded and surprisingly affordable post-secondary educational options. After a week’s whirlwind tour I’ve come away with several observations […]