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Financial Analyst Advanced Specialty Certificate


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  • Location

    Downtown Campus
    555 Seymour Street
    Vancouver, BC

  • Length

    Financial Analyst is a flexible, part-time studies program. You can expect to complete the advanced certificate in approximately two years, depending on your work schedule. All program requirements must be completed within seven years.

  • Tuition Estimate

    Please see the Part-time Studies Fees page for information on tuition fees and refunds.

  • Book & Supplies Cost Estimates
  • Credential Granted
    Advanced Certificate

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Application Deadline Advice

This is a continual intake program with applications processed throughout the year.

Contact Info

Sarah Chanway
Administrative Assistant
604-432-8571 | Schanway@bcit.ca

Deacon Devlin
Part-time Studies Coordinator - Accounting, Finance, and Insurance
604-412-7453 | Deacon_Devlin@bcit.ca

Contact a Part-time Studies Program Advisor with the BCIT program name in the subject line if you have a question about:
  • Course selection and program planning
  • Declaring your program
  • Making changes to your approved program plan
  • Applying for transfer credit and advanced placement
  • Laddering options
  • Job placement and graduate outcomes
  • Student life

Note: The Financial Analyst program has been suspended until further notice. Applications will not be accepted nor will courses be offered during the suspension period. The FMGT 0920 - Chartered Financial Analyst Level 1 Overview course may assist learners in their educational goals. For more information, contact Deacon Devlin at Deacon_Devlin@bcit.ca or 604-412-7453.

Entrance requirements

Applicants must meet all entrance requirements to be accepted.

Applicants who have completed post-secondary studies outside of Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia or New Zealand will require a comprehensive evaluation of their credentials by the International Credential Evaluation Service (ICES). Credential evaluation reports from other Canadian services may be considered. These reports must include course-by-course evaluations and GPA calculations.

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Note: The Financial Analyst program has been suspended until further notice. Applications will not be accepted nor will courses be offered during the suspension period. The FMGT 0920 - Chartered Financial Analyst Level 1 Overview course may assist learners in their educational goals. For more information, contact Deacon Devlin at Deacon_Devlin@bcit.ca or 604-412-7453.

Scheduled intakes

Ongoing Part-time Studies intakes: January, April and September.

myCommunication

Within two business days of submitting your completed application, BCIT will send a message to your personal and myBCIT e-mail addresses. All correspondence regarding your application will be posted to your online myCommunication account at my.bcit.ca. We'll send you an e-mail when a new message is posted. It's important to watch for these e-mails or regularly check your account online.

You can expect to receive communication concerning the status of your application within four weeks.

General Admission Requirements (All Students)

The English-Language Proficiency required for study at BCIT is detailed here.

BC Secondary School (or equivalent)

You will need to meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program. Most programs require Grade 12 graduation with specific Grade 11 and 12 courses. Some programs also have non-academic requirements such as submitting a resume or participating in an interview.

For more details on BCIT's Admission and Registration requirements check here.

Application priority is given to BC residents who are Canadian citizens and landed immigrants who have lived in BC for the 12 months immediately before enrolment. Second priority is given to out-of-province citizens and landed immigrants. Third priority is given to applicants who are neither Canadian citizens nor landed immigrants.

Out-of-Province

You will need to meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program. Most programs require Grade 12 graduation with specific Grade 11 and 12 courses. Some programs also have non-academic requirements such as submitting a resume or participating in an interview.

For more details on BCIT's Admission and Registration requirements check here.

Application priority is given to BC residents who are Canadian citizens and landed immigrants who have lived in BC for the 12 months immediately before enrolment. Second priority is given to out-of-province citizens and landed immigrants. Third priority is given to applicants who are neither Canadian citizens nor landed immigrants.

BC Transfer Student

For details on transfer credit at BCIT check here.

 

Out-of-Province Transfer Student

For details on transfer credit at BCIT check here.

 

Mature Student

If you have not graduated from secondary school you can still be admitted to BCIT based on your relevant experience.

To gain Mature student status, you must also meet BCIT's English-language requirements as well as any prerequisites for your desired program.

There is helpful information for Mature students in the Frequently Asked Questions section of BCIT's Admission & Registration webpage.

International Student

For details on applying to BCIT as an International Student check here.

Other Student (including Special Consideration)

The Technology Entry Program is for students who want to improve their skills in core areas such as communications, Math, Chemistry or Physics to meet the prerequisites of their intended BCIT Technology Program.

 

How to Apply

For information on applying to BCIT's programs check here.

Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.

Follow the links to learn more about these careers on WorkBC's career profiles.