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New BCCIE Program Connects the Dots for Participant Tricia McCuaig

From fall 2020 to winter 2021, BCCIE hosted a series of webinars as part of its new intercultural dialogue certificate program, the ...

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Travel Advisory: Limited Exceptions to Border Measures in BC

On December 22, 2021, the Canada Border Services Agency issued a reminder to travellers that border measures remain in place for those entering ...


BCCIE Welcomes Jan Smith as New Director of Operations and Communications

The BC Council for International Education (BCCIE) is pleased to welcome Jan Smith as its Director, Operations and Communications. In her new ...

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Government of Canada introduces additional measure to address COVID-19 Omicron variant of concern

On November 26, 2021, the World Health Organization classified B.1.1.529 as a variant of concern called Omicron. Since then it has been found in ...

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Webinar: Trade Commissioner Update on South Korea’s Educator Sector

South Korea is one of the key source countries for international students in Canada. On February 7, BCCIE and the Canadian Embassy in Seoul will present a webinar on “South Korea’s Education Sector Today – International Education Market Updates, Trends and Developments”. Get the latest information from the Trade Commissioner responsible for the education sector in South Korea. Learn about contemporary market intelligence, key dates, trends, developments and opportunities, as well as analysis of the issues currently impacting the South Korean education sector. The webinar will be followed ...

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