Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training
The Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training provides leadership and direction for post-secondary education and skills training systems in British Columbia as well as labour market information and programs.
- Aboriginal Education
Information on Aboriginal post-secondary education in B.C., including the Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education and Training Policy Framework and Action Plan.
- Adult Education
Programs to meet the needs of adults who are not ready to enter directly into an academic or career program at the post-secondary level.
- Education Quality Assurance
Learn more about Education Quality Assurance designation for quality post-secondary education.
- International Education
A strategy to increase opportunities for B.C. students to study abroad and students from around the world to study and work in B.C.
- Post-Secondary Data
Data collected from past and present students.
- Post-Secondary Funding & Accountability
Government reporting, budget, capital planning, and accountability framework.
- Private Career Training
Learn about private training regulations in B.C.
- Canada-B.C. Job Grant
An employer-driven, cost-sharing program that can help employers invest in training for their current or future employees.
- Industry Training Authority
Everything you need to know about apprenticeship and industry training in B.C.
- Sector Labour Market Partnership Program
The program provides funding for partnership-led projects that address broader sector and regional labour market issues within British Columbia's diverse economy.
- Find an Institution
Information on being an informed student, prior learning assessment, and public/private post-secondary institutions.
- Search for Post-Secondary Programs
Compare post-secondary programs in B.C.
- Apply for Student Financial Assistance
Learn more about students loans, grants, and scholarships.
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