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EducationPlannerBC.ca was upgraded on June 22, 2017. You must create a new account if you haven't logged in since the upgrade. Please check our FAQ for more information.

Apply to one or more BC post-secondary institutions using the EducationPlannerBC application service.
Note: To apply to the following institutions click here.

  • BC Institute of Technology
  • Okanagan College
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of the Fraser Valley
  • Langara College
  • Royal Roads University
  • University of Northern British Columbia
  • University of Victoria

To get started,

Sign Up for your EducationPlannerBC Account
Complete your common, applicant Profile.

Then,

1Select Institution
2Complete Application
3Review & Submit

For any of the following institutions,

Camosun College Logo
Camosun College
Capilano University Logo
Capilano University
College of New Caledonia Logo
College of New Caledonia
College of the Rockies Logo
College of the Rockies
Douglas College Logo
Douglas College
Emily Carr University of Art and Design Logo
Emily Carr University of Art and Design
Justice Institute of British Columbia Logo
Justice Institute of British Columbia
Kwantlen Polytechnic University Logo
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Logo
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
North Island College Logo
North Island College
Northern Lights College Logo
Northern Lights College
Northwest Community College Logo
Northwest Community College
Selkirk College Logo
Selkirk College
Simon Fraser University Logo
Simon Fraser University
Thompson Rivers University Logo
Thompson Rivers University
Vancouver Community College Logo
Vancouver Community College
Vancouver Island University Logo
Vancouver Island University
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External Application Institutions,

The following institutions are currently in the process of migrating to the EducationPlannerBC application service. To apply, select an institution to be taken to their external application site.

Private Institutions,

The following private institutions are authorized to operate in BC under the Degree Authorization Act, but do not receive government funding. They are distinct from public institutions.