Learner Resources

Need a little help? The following resources will help you discover your education path.

The BC college system offers a very diverse range of programs, courses and credentials. These options help meet each learner’s unique educational needs and career goals.

Financial Aid Information

There are a number of options available to you.

Each of our colleges also offer bursaries, including student awards and/or other financial support. Check with your college to find out more.


BCcampus introduces and supports learning innovations and helps institutions evaluate and develop technologies for learning.


The BC Council on Admissions & Transfer enabling links between the BC post-secondary institutions, the education ministries, and the public and private education sectors.

BCCAT Student Viewbook

Find Your Path: Explore, Plan, Apply, and Transfer - Your guide through BC's post-secondary transfer system

Canadian Apprenticeship Forum - Labour Market Report

This 2021 report provides a forward-looking assessment of demand and supply for trade certification across the top 15 Red Seal trades in Canada.


EducationPlannerBC is an education planning tool that provides students with clear, reliable and detailed information on BC post-secondary institutions to help them make well-informed decisions about their education and career plans


EQWIP HUBs provides Canadians with life changing international volunteer opportunities in Bolivia, Ghana, Indonesia, Peru, Senegal and Tanzania.

BC’S Labour Market Outlook: 2022 Edition

Whether you are looking for your first job, coming back to the workforce after an absence or switching careers to achieve your professional goals, you’ll want to know what opportunities will be in our province. The British Columbia Labour Market Outlook can help.


The Industry Training Authority (ITA) leads and coordinates BC’s skilled trades system, working with industry, labour, training providers and government to increase opportunities in the trades.

Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills

The Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills provides leadership and direction for BC's post-secondary education and skills training systems as well as labour market information and programs.

Technological Higher Education Association

THEA is a consortium of our partner colleges in Ireland

Trades Training BC

Trades Training BC is a consortium of 15 public post-secondary educational institutions created to promote trades training in BC.