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International Student Stories Needed - Study in BC Launches ContestBack To News September 17th, 2012
StudyinBC, created by the BC Council for International Education (BCCIE) is launching its very first StudyinBC Contest, which asks students and alumni to submit personal stories and advice that will help future students and parents make the decision to study in British Columbia.
The contest provides international students and alumni the chance to share how they study, play and have fun in BC. Starting September 17, international students and alumni can submit blog posts, photo albums or videos focused on different themes. Submission themes include holidays and festivals, food, tips and advice, sports, studying, working and much more.
By participating, contest entrants have the chance to win the new iPad3, thanks to the generous support of Guard.me, a provider of health insurance to the international education marketplace for more than ten years.
To learn more, visit: www.studyinbc.com/news-events/contest.
The student and alumni contest closes October 31 and winners will be announced on November 5. Stories and advice of students and alumni from around the world will be featured on www.studyinbc.com and through social media.
Download the contest poster: http://ow.ly/dFE4u.
StudyinBC is a destination resource for study options in British Columbia, and is the only directory covering all regions and types of institutions in the province. It's a complement to LinkBC's StudyTourisminBC.ca, which profiles a second-tier of tourism related institutions.
StudyinBC features content from student bloggers, photographers and videographers who will document their study in BC experience and share it with others considering the same path. Reflecting BC's educational diversity, StudyinBC showcases institutional and destination content and highlights different regions and communities around the province, thus helping to increase institutional and regional visibility. For further information, please visit www.studyinbc.com.
About the British Columbia Council for International Education (BCCIE)
BCCIE is responsible for administering StudyinBC and the StudyinBC Contest. They are committed to advancing the international education interests of the province of British Columbia. They are a leader in the successful development, promotion and maturation of international education in BC. Through consultation and liaison with the provincial government, the direction of the Board, and broad engagement with the diversity of sectors representing international education, we support our mission through four key strategic goals: leadership, market support, communication and service, and internationalization.
For more information: Colin Doerr, Director, Communications and Programs BC Council for International Education firstname.lastname@example.org 1.604.637.6760
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