As part of the StudyinBC.com development process, BCCIE hosted a photo contest for international students and alumni. The “MyBC” photo contest was open to all public and recognized private K-12 institutions, school districts, EQA-designated post-secondary institutions, and language schools in British Columbia.
Students and alumni were asked to submit their photos across three categories: The BC Experience, Study in BC, and My Life in BC. Here are some of the wonderful photos we received.
Stay tuned for more opportunities to share your BC experience with students interested in coming to British Columbia.
New friends, here in BC, come in all shapes and sizes!
Living with a host family is one of the wonderful parts of your Study in BC experience. Merry Christmas!
Eating together is just as important as studying together.
An outdoor study session right outside Quest University in Squamish, BC.
Soaking up the sun in between classes.
A shot of Quest University on a beautiful sunny day.
This photo of friends and classmates was taken in Squamish, British Columbia, not far from Whistler.
Teachers and schools recognize the hard work visiting students put into their work.
We encourage you to take small trips across the province with either your school or your friends to experience all that BC has to offer.
The richest experiences and warmest memories will come from the people you meet and friends you make in British Columbia.
Sports clubs and activities are just a few of the opportunities you have to join a team, here in BC.
BC Culture encourages residents and visitors to get outside and experience camping in our parks.
We often hear from our visiting students that hockey is like a religion here in BC. What do you think? Ready to strap on your skates?
The Indian Arm is one of the most beautiful places to kayak along the BC coast and is easily accessible to visitors. Kayak tours are available and you can go with your friends and family as a group.
There are plenty of opportunities to take part in water sports across BC including canoeing, white water river rafting, kayaking, water boarding, waterskiing.
BC is a place you can relax and indulge in your favourite outdoor activities. Music is no exception!
Point Grey is a neighbourhood in West Vancouver that borders the waterfront. On a summer day, you’ll find plenty of people soaking up the sun on the beach.
Stanley Park is an urban city park that rests in the heart of downtown Vancouver.