Study North BC showcases post-secondary opportunities in the region

September 22, 2017
Melanie Mark, B.C. Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, is joined by members of the Northern Post-Secondary Education Council. They are: Quesnel City Councillor Laurey-Ann Roodenburg, Northwest Community College Ken Burt, Acting president of Northern Lights College Loren Lovegreen, CNC President Henry Reiser, UNBC President Dr. Daniel Weeks and CNC and UNBC alumna Leila Abubakar. Download high-resolution image

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- The Study North BC campaign, designed to provide prospective post-secondary students with high-quality education and training opportunities at the four post-secondary institutions in the North, was launched today at the University of Northern British Columbia.

The campaign, announced by Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, is a collaboration between UNBC, the College of New Caledonia, Northwest Community College and Northern Lights College, encourages more students to study and live in the region.

The campaign is an opportunity for the four Northern institutions to come together and jointly promote all that the post-secondary education sector in Northern British Columbia has to offer.
It focuses on raising awareness of the diverse and transferable programs available in Northern British Columbia.

Read the full release.

Contact Information

Andrea Johnson, Communications Officer
250-960-5402   |   andrea.johnson@unbc.ca

Matt Wood, Director, Communications and Marketing
250-960-5626   |   matt.wood@unbc.ca

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