Students Financial Aid In BC College Of Optics-
BC College Of Optics is designated by Student Aid BC (BC Ministry of Advanced Education) as a post-secondary institution whose students may be qualified for both BC and Canada Student Loans. The college have highly qualified staff and their equipment is top notch. The college assist their students with job after graduation. See webpage for more information on the institution.
Student Loans may be available to Landed Immigrants and to residents of BC who have resided in BC for the past twelve (12) months. Canadians living in other Provinces of Canada should get the necessary information on how to qualify for Canada and Provincial Student Loans while studying at an Out-of-Province institution such as BC College of Optics. Get information by contacting your own Ministry of Advanced EducationStudent Financial Assistance Branch.
Note: Student should apply for Loans early as it may take up to twelve (12) weeks to process.
Although BC College of Optics is not a placement agency, however, we do try to support our graduates to secure employment after graduation. BCCO graduates must pass Prior Learning Assessments (PLAR) to be a licensed optician in BC or may work unlicensed for an Optometrist. Within three (3) months, most graduates may find employment in BC’s optical field.
BC College of Optics’s average class size is 13-14 students. Smaller class size means that our students are in a better position to receive individual attention should they find difficulty with portions of our program.