Journalism School and Finding Your Niche

Ben Carney writes about his experience as an international student in BC studying journalism. For an aspiring journalist, entering a training program inherently poses a number of questions about what type of approach a curious mind should take in their career going forward. Aside from learning about ethics, technique, or practical skills, I think that […] Read More »

Five Tips for Launching Your Career After Graduation

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By: Alfredo Moros, a UBC alumni from Venezuela Graduating from post-secondary education can be daunting. For the past 20 years of your life you’ve been told what your next step is. From Pre-Kindergarten to primary school, to high school, to post-secondary. Your path has been, more or less, laid out in front of you. Now, […] Read More »

Student Life at Kwantlen Polytechnic University

  By Jasmeen Kaur, international student from India studying at Kwantlen Polytechnic University University studies is an important part of life. Decisions made during life at college or university can affect the entire life. It is a tough decision to decide which college you want to go to and above all it is hard to […] Read More »

Moving North

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Blog post submitted by our 5th Annual StudyinBC contestant, Annette Tahan from Israel. Studying in BC is one of the best experiences that I have ever had. I enjoy experiencing the different seasons which bring different adventures too. I came from a hot country and coming to Kamloops, BC was an amazing adventure for me. […] Read More »

Congratulations to the 5th Annual StudyinBC Winner, Yeongjin!

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The #StudyinBC contest is now closed. Thank you for participating and we look forward to reviewing the entries! pic.twitter.com/lxvdAhaFae — Study in BC (@StudyinBC) January 21, 2017 Our 5th Annual StudyinBC Contest was a success thanks to all the wonderful submissions we received! We loved seeing British Columbia through the eyes of our international students. […] Read More »