Established in 1960, the British Columbia Institute of Technology is a public college with its main campus in Burnaby, British Columbia. It also operates the Aerospace Technology Campus in Richmond, Downtown campus in Vancouver, the Marine Campus in the City of North Vancouver, and Annacis Island Campus in Delta.
The British Columbia Institute of Technology comprises of 6 schools: School of Business; School of Computing & Academic Studies; School of Construction; School of Energy; School of Health Sciences; and School of Transportation. It also has a Technology Centre which undertakes and coordinates applied research, and provides technology transfer and commercialization assistance. It follows a cohort model which means small class sizes and collaboration bring students together to work side by side with each other and with experts from industry.
The total student population at BCIT (across all campuses) is more than 48,500 students of which over 3,000 are international students from various countries across the globe. The student to faculty ratio at BCIT is 20:1.
Its Aerospace Technology Campus (ATC) is located near Vancouver International Airport in Richmond. It offers aircraft maintenance engineering programs in avionics, maintenance, structures, aircraft gas turbine (jet engine) overhaul training and repair and aircraft mechanical component training programs. BCIT also offers commercial pilot training, as well as airport operations training program at the Aerospace Technology Campus.
British Columbia Institute of Technology Aerospace Technology Campus Programs
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September intake: 31st May
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