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BCCIE is working in partnership with the Taiwanese Youth Development Administration in Taiwan’s Ministry Of Education to send up to seven (7) BC post-secondary students to attend the Seminar on Youth Public Participation and International Humanitarianism in the Age of Globalization  in Taipei from October 17th-23rd, 2014

The selected students will represent Canada in a series of activities including:

  • In-depth seminar discussions

  • Experience-sharing in “world café” mode

  • Visits to a youth organization and a youth travel spot

  • Participation in Canada’s cultural performance to be performed at the Seminar Farewell dinner

  • The submissio...

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Announcing our BCSA First Timer Scholarship Award Winner!

Congratulations to Kaitlyn Corlett for winning our BC Study Abroad First Timer Scholarship Award!

Kaitlyn is a University of Victoria student traveling on a Langara College program in Italy right now. She will be sharing photos and her experiences abroad on our blog later this month, so stay tuned! 

Congratulations again. We can’t wait to hear all of your stories!

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From 9am-12:00pm Langara College is hosting a FREE Study in China fair that is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about studying in China – long term or short term.

Check out our event on facebook to find out more information

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As an art student, the thought of studying the Impressionists (or really any artist) in Paris is enough to make you squeal and the opportunity to attend the Documenta Art Exhibition in Kassel, Germany was something I had been dreaming about since my first year of university. Needless to say when Dorothy Barenscott told me I could do both I responded with “where do I sign up?”

Despite having just spent several months travelling through India and Europe it did not take long for Paris to worm its way into my heart. I loved everything about the city: the graffiti’d walls outside my apartment; the way you could sit at a restaurant for hours drawing out every course of your meal...

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