Use the resources below to help you determine if the courses or programs you plan to take abroad will count toward your B.C. credential and will be recognized by your B.C. institution or association.
B.C. post-secondary institutions have the authority to recognize the academic courses or programs you take at other institutions. Find out from the B.C. institution you attend whether a course or program is transferrable.
Find out how to get your credentials evaluated:
- International Credential Evaluation Service (ICES)
- Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials
In B.C., some professions are regulated by professional or trade associations – for example, nursing, medicine and engineering.
Check with the appropriate regulatory authority in B.C. to determine if a credential from overseas will be recognized and allow you to work in B.C. without further education and/or training.
Note: The provincial government and/or regulatory authority may also require you to pass an exam before you can work in B.C.