Learning is a life-long endeavour. Here in B.C., there are thousands of world-class education options after high school – whether you’re upgrading skills, learning English, training for a career or enrolling in an academic program. Explore your options and never stop learning.
Educational success is realized when you know what you want from your education and where you can get it. There are many academic, technical, career and adult education options in B.C. – get informed and make the best choice.
Access information designed to help post-secondary institutions in B.C. manage and develop programs, support leadership and plan for the future.
Post-secondary education is a great investment – be sure to plan what your costs are going to be. Students need to be prepared to pay for things like tuition, student fees, books, supplies, room and board, and transportation.
A transcript is an official listing of course marks and credits received from a post-secondary institution.
A credential is the official document that indicates completion of a program or that a specific academic level has been reached - usually it's a certificate, diploma or degree.
Post-secondary education is key to supporting the aspirations of Aboriginal British Columbians – First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples – and their communities.
International education is the two-way flow of students, educators and ideas between countries.
Now more than ever, parents and students from around the world are choosing B.C. as a top study destination. In fact, every year B.C. welcomes over 130,000 international students.
Use these tools and resources to find a job that’s the right fit for you or to get valuable work experience for advancing your career.
Gathering student and institutional data helps with policy development, improves program delivery and ensures student success.