The pathway to your career.

Nurse Student duringLab practice

Be ready for a changing workplace and learn from instructors who teach while working in their industry. These programs are designed with input from industry-based advisory committees to meet employer expectations of new graduates.

Learn first-hand and gain experience that you will be able to use in the workplace when you graduate.

You’ll be in demand.

Students who completed a bachelor’s degree at Langara reported:

Satisfied with their bachelor’s education


Satisfied with their bachelor’s education

Working full-time


Working full-time

Found work in a field related to their education


Found work in a field related to their education

Prepare for your career.

Langara’s Career Studies Limited Enrolment programs include four-year bachelor’s degrees as well as shorter programs which lead to diplomas, certificates, and citations. Often more experiential in nature, these programs are delivered by dedicated instructors who teach academics mixed with relevant applied skills.

Prepare to launch into your career immediately after graduation in industries such as creative arts, web development, early childhood education, social service, business administration, journalism, nursing, and more.

These programs have a limited number of seats and/or additional admission requirements. Admission to these programs can be competitive. Registration for these courses is based on the assigned registration priority for that program. Some of the courses in these programs are university-transferable. Check individual course transferability at bctransferguide.ca.

Making of Public Art at Langara College

More Than A Hue” is a public art project created by Langara Fine Arts students in partnership with InTransitBC for the Canada Line Public Art Program. Students found inspiration in nature and collaborated in a hands-on learning environment to make this abstract piece of art using painted steel. View this work in person at Langara–49th Avenue Station until June 2023.

Artists: Anne Hasert, Georgia Fairhurst, Oseana MacKenzie, Seraphine Lewis, Wakana Shimamura, with instructor Devon Knowles.

Did you know?

Located in the middle of the city, Langara is an oasis filled with gardens, willow trees, wildlife, an apiary, and a reflecting pond.

Did You know

If you are an international student coming to Langara with a study permit, you may also be eligible to work in Canada.

Learn more.

Did you know?

Our Apiary is a place that hundreds of bees call home and produce honey.

“Through my Co-op experience, I have genuinely learned so much about myself and built confidence, skills, and relationships that will last a lifetime.”

Mikayla | Canada, BBA Graduate, Langara