RSS Students’ Stories – BCIT News

  • Student Spotlight: Danny Cameron, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering student January 17, 2020
    If your car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, you’d be lucky if Danny Cameron is close by. That’s what happened to a mom and her kids on a trip in East Harrison. They were on their way camping, but they popped a tire as they were driving down the forest pathway. The nearest […]
    Amy Chen
  • 5 things to do when you are feeling overwhelmed October 24, 2019
    According to Google, overwhelm means to “bury or drown beneath a huge mass.” Are you feeling overwhelmed? If yes, know that you’re not alone. I mentioned in my last article that a BCIT student takes a minimum of seven courses per term – that’s a lot. As a second-year student at BCIT, I’ve had plenty […]
    Faith Gazmen
  • How to survive the exam season: Tips from a BCIT student October 8, 2019
    BCIT runs their programs a little different from other universities. Not familiar? Allow me to enlighten you. Students in their respective programs are assigned to a group, also famously referred to as “sets.” As a set, they undergo a rigorous learning experience by having a minimum of seven courses per term. Yes, seven courses. Although […]
    Faith Gazmen
  • BCIT Computing co-op students tour SAP Vancouver office September 1, 2019
    As part of BCIT’s co-op program, BCIT’s CST and CIT students had the opportunity to attend a tour of SAP’s Vancouver office on August 29th. We began the tour with signing in and being greeted by several SAP employees, including Joseph Hou and many current SAP interns. Afterward, Susanna Kan and Joan Pascual led us […]
    Herbert Ma

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