Find a BC school

BC offers a wide range of options and programs for international students. Each course varies depending on the degree or program type. To search for an appropriate program by location or type, please visit the schools and institutions map at learnlivebc.ca To learn more about the regions in BC, please click on the map below:

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1. Northern & Central Region

Study in the largest region of the province, with its mid-sized cities and smaller welcoming communities. The Northern and Central Region brings authenticity, adventure and mystique to the forefront. Set against the backdrop of the region's beautiful natural environment, there are many activities available upon your travels. From seeing wildlife to experiencing First Nations culture, the Northern and Central region highlights BC's natural beauty.

2. Vancouver & Surrounding Regions

Study in one of the world's most livable cities or explore neighbouring districts which offer a high standard of living with both easy access to the big city or natural environment beyond. The Vancouver and Surrounding Region is home to various dialects and culture. The range of neighbourhoods highlights key features that draw in people from all over the globe.

3. Southern Interior Region

Study in a BC region, boasting the sunniest and warmest summer weather in the province. Enjoy lively communities while still being close to many parks, lakeside beaches and mountain resorts. The Southern Interior Region comprising of the Okanagan Valley and West Kootneys combines culture and outdoor adventure. The colourful Okanagan Valley hills make a stunning backdrop to the many activities this region offers.

4. Rocky Mountain Region

Study in the amazing Canadian Rockies, experience lively communities, and take advantage of the region's many popular mountain resorts to experience skiing, hiking or river rafting. UNESCO has recognized the entire region as the "Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Area". The absolute beauty and majesty of these mountains lure tourists from all over the world.

5. Vancouver Island Region

Study on the largest island off the western North American coast and experience BC's mild climate and many vibrant urban centres. Victoria, the capital city of BC, resides in this region. The Vancouver Island Region has a mix of both the city life (in Victoria) as well as the small-town feel (along the east coast).
BC

1. Northern & Central Region

Study in the largest region of the province, with its mid-sized cities and smaller welcoming communities. The Northern and Central Region brings authenticity, adventure and mystique to the forefront. Set against the backdrop of the region's beautiful natural environment, there are many activities available upon your travels. From seeing wildlife to experiencing First Nations culture, the Northern and Central region highlights BC's natural beauty.

2. Vancouver & Surrounding Regions

Study in one of the world's most livable cities or explore neighbouring districts which offer a high standard of living with both easy access to the big city or natural environment beyond. The Vancouver and Surrounding Region is home to various dialects and culture. The range of neighbourhoods highlights key features that draw in people from all over the globe.

3. Southern Interior Region

Study in a BC region, boasting the sunniest and warmest summer weather in the province. Enjoy lively communities while still being close to many parks, lakeside beaches and mountain resorts. The Southern Interior Region comprising of the Okanagan Valley and West Kootneys combines culture and outdoor adventure. The colourful Okanagan Valley hills make a stunning backdrop to the many activities this region offers.

4. Rocky Mountain Region

Study in the amazing Canadian Rockies, experience lively communities, and take advantage of the region's many popular mountain resorts to experience skiing, hiking or river rafting. UNESCO has recognized the entire region as the "Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Area". The absolute beauty and majesty of these mountains lure tourists from all over the world.

5. Vancouver Island Region

Study on the largest island off the western North American coast and experience BC's mild climate and many vibrant urban centres. Victoria, the capital city of BC, resides in this region. The Vancouver Island Region has a mix of both the city life (in Victoria) as well as the small-town feel (along the east coast).