People wanting a career in the forestry sector will soon be able to access more education and training options, following a $1-million investment in new and upgraded programs at six public post-secondary institutions.
British Columbia high school students are getting a taste of the trades, and the chance to explore new career paths, thanks to new equipment funding.
Former youth in care have access to additional wraparound supports during their post-secondary studies to help them afford the necessary expenses outside the classroom, with the Government of British Columbia's renewed contributions to the Youth Futures Education Fund.
Students at Thompson Rivers University (TRU) will have more access to affordable on-campus housing, including housing for students with families, as part of the British Columbia government’s 30-point housing plan.
A new $180,000 graduate student scholarship fund is being provided to Thompson Rivers University (TRU) to support students in priority areas, like science and technology, and boost research and economic growth throughout the province.
Graduate students at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) are getting support to pursue advanced degrees in fields like science and engineering, thanks to a new graduate student scholarship fund.
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