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

    The theme for our 6th annual Summer Seminar will be
    Global Responsibility and Institutional Mandate: Opportunity for Innovation.

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  • COMPASS
    SPRING 2015 ISSUE IS OUT

    Our second edition of COMPASS highlights
    BC’s relationship with Southern China.

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  • SPRING EDUCATION
    MISSION TO CHINA
    A WIN FOR STUDENTS

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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

COMPASS Spring 2015 is here!

APRIL 30, 2015     Source: Chantal Moore

The launch of COMPASS in December 2014 was a great success, with the first issue receiving hundreds of hits at publication time. Stakeholders access our online publication to learn more about BC’s engagement in International Education and the numerous platforms and initiatives that BC stakeholders and our international colleagues can integrate into […]

Beijing International Student Summer Camp

MAY 26, 2015     Source: Chantal Moore

An experience of a lifetime for BC youth  This year from July 14–23, approximately 40 secondary school students from across the province will participate in the annual Beijing International Student Summer Camp. BCCIE has been partnering with the Beijing International Education Exchange (BIEE) since 2011 to coordinate this exciting international […]

BCCIE welcomes incoming delegation from Pakistan

MAY 12, 2015     Source: Chantal Moore

On May 5, BCCIE welcomed a delegation of 19 Pakistani Vice Chancellors, representatives of the British Council and Higher Education Commission Pakistan. As part of a study tour the delegation attended a one-day workshop at Langara College on the topic of BC's Education and Transfer systems, led in part by […]

Spotlight on Shugaku Ryoko

MAY 7, 2015     Source: Colin Doerr

Developing short-term international study tours with BC's K-12 sector A young Japanese pioneer North of Vancouver, rising two kilometres above sea level, is a peak on a barren stretch of BC’s Coast Mountains range. Although it now appears remote, it was once close to a bustling centre where Japanese Canadians […]