We offer practical career credentials designed for the workplace, including degrees,diplomas and certificates spanning Applied and Natural Sciences, Business and Media, Computing and Information Technology, Engineering, Health Sciences and Trades.
Applied research at BCIT is exciting. It creates practical learning opportunities for BCIT’s students, provides innovative solutions to industry challenges, and produces new, commercially relevant technology products and applications.
BCIT is committed to your pursuit of lifelong learning and career development. Investing in our people is investing in the success of BCIT.On average, 26% of BCIT employees annually obtain funds for professional development, while 20% of our employees take courses through our Fee Waiver Program. We also offer more than 36 in-house workshops in leadership, software and wellness skills.BCIT is proud that many of our professional development opportunities support our staff in obtaining a credential.
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BCIT is committed to the success of Aboriginal students, and Aboriginal Services is here to serve as a welcoming 'home away from home'.
Maquinna Residence offers comfortable and convenient accommodations, for BCIT full-time students. Just a short walk to class, the residence accommodates 333 residents and is ideally located on the Burnaby campus, adjacent to the sports field and recreation facilities.
The Library aims to strengthen learning, teaching, and research at BCIT through innovative and effective resources, partnerships and services.
The IT Services department is responsible for providing technology services and support programs that address the advanced technology and essential computing and communications needs of learners, faculty, and staff.
Our services include:
The BCIT Burnaby Campus is located just off the Trans-Canada Highway at the corner of Willingdon Avenue and Canada Way. The entire Burnaby Campus is split up into four quadrants:
Each buildings name, in its respected quadrant, will always start with two letters (NW, NE, SW, or SE) and then a number.
Each parking lot at the Burnaby Campus is a paid parking lot which is in effect 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Tennis court, outdoor basketball court, frisbee, golf, and track are available for use when not booked by a group. They are located on the south side of building SE16.
No individual reservations are taken for usage of the outdoor facilities. Group bookings for specific access to the outdoor facilities is required.
The British Columbia Institute of Technology Student Association (BCITSA or ‘SA’) is a non-profit student services and advocacy organization at BCIT with a mandate to enhance student life. Our programs and services are designed to benefit and support all 48,500+ full-time and part-time students across BCIT’s five campuses.
The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) is a leading accreditation association for business education. The association embraces the virtues of teaching excellence and emphasizes to students that it is essential to learn how to learn. The ACBSP accredits business, accounting, and business-related programs at the associate, baccalaureate, master, and doctorate degree levels worldwide.
The best part of studying at BCIT was the smaller class sizes taught by industry professionals. The more intimate learning environment allowed for deeper learning and interactions when tackling the subject matter. The real world relevance which was offered through the instructors teachings was invaluable in forming my future goals. The only noticeable downside to my...
It was nice studying at studying at this university
I studied at this university for 3 years. I didn’t have the best study experience there due to the unstable political climate of the country. Nevertheless, courses were interesting and lecturers tried as much as they could to be close to the students. I graduated with a GPA of 3.56 and were the best in my school, and received academic recognition from the vice chancellor...