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Students across British Columbia are back on campus and in class for a brand new year of academics, trades training, professional programs and more. We have exciting new updates from the Study North BC institutions for current and future post-secondary students in northern BC.
New Coast Mountain College community fitness centre opens (Terrace campus)— New CMTN fitness centre now open to the public and students. The Northern Development Initiative Trust approved $250,000 to build the centre, which features cardio machines, free weights, an open workout zone and a separate room for group activities. Find out more here.
Dive into Coastal Ecology at CMTN College— The Applied Coastal Ecology program at Coast Mountain College’s Prince Rupert campus provides students hands-on experience and knowledge to transition into careers in coastal resources management, ecosystem restoration, environmental monitoring and many others. For more information about the ACE Diploma or Post-Degree Diploma programs visit the ACE program page.
NEW! UNBC students can complete their full engineering degree in the North— A wealth of opportunities for new graduates of tech programs at UNBC and CNC. Prince George was granted hundreds of tech-related seats in engineering, providing employment opportunities for new graduates in the area. Learn more about the future of engineering at UNBC here.
NEW! Northern Lights College introduces new trades and health studies programs— NLC has launched a new Piping Trades Foundation Training Program at their Dawson Creek campus, which includes foundational technical training required to enter into the trades of Plumber and Steamfitter/Pipefitter. Learn about the Piping Trades Foundation program.
The new Associate of Arts in Health Studies Degree at NLC prepares students for entry into health-related degree programs. The associate degree can be transferred to most post-secondary institutions in BC. Learn about the Associate of Arts in Health Studies Program.
Do you love studying in northern BC? Then show us! Enter the #MyNorthernBC stories contest for your chance to win an iPad.
Tell us why you love being a student in northern BC by posting a photo of your favourite places, activities and people on campus and in your community. Use the hashtag #MyNorthernBC and tag the Study North BC social media channels to be entered to win!
Contest open to students at Coast Mountain College, Northern Lights College, University of Northern BC and College of New Caledonia. Entries will be featured on Study North BC!