Despite Vancouver Coastal Health increasing how much it spends in the Downtown Eastside, three organizations that lost out in a funding shuffle will soon be forced to close.
More than half of the students who take continuing-education courses at the Writing Centre are millennials with a bachelor’s degree.
St. John’s College is a UBC residential college on the Point Grey campus housing 165 graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and visiting scholars from almost 50 countries.
Ashton College offers accredited programs in financial services, human resources, and international business—as well as immigration consulting.
Groundswell is training grassroots entrepreneurs who believe that there’s a better world to be had.
Fall classes begin on September 6, so people should phone the board of education as early as possible.
School principal Craig Cantile’s passion for delivering educational information began when he was living in Japan and heard creativity expert Ken Robinson’s TED talk.
Canadian Lee MacPherson was able to enter the master's program at the Manchester Business School, thanks to a US$10,000 scholarship.
New York Institute of Technology has 12,000 students enrolled at campuses in Vancouver, Manhattan, two other U.S. cities, Abu Dhabi, and, through partners, several Chinese cities.
Courses are designed to promote interaction whether the student is in Vancouver or plans to travel abroad.