JIBC / Justice Institute of British Columbia
Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies
New Westminster Canada
Program A/B
2020 Spring (2nd Cycle)

General Information

Host Institution

Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is Canada’s leading public safety educator with a mission to develop dynamic justice and public safety professionals through its exceptional applied education, training and research. Founded in 1978 as a public post-secondary institution with a provincial mandate, JIBC offers internationally recognized education that leads to certificates, diplomas, bachelor’s degrees and graduate certificates; continuing education for work and career-related learning and development; and customized contract training to government agencies and private organizations worldwide. Our pioneering approach to education emphasizes realistic simulations and applied learning delivered by instructors who are experienced practitioners. 

Each year, about 26,000 students study at one of JIBC’s six campuses in B.C., through online distance education, and at more than 100 other locations in B.C., across Canada and around the world. Our graduates include paramedics; search and rescue technicians and volunteers; firefighters, law enforcement officers, security personnel, intelligence analysts, emergency management professionals, court sheriffs; correctional officers; probation/parole officers; trauma counsellors; bylaw enforcement officers; negotiators; mediators; and conflict resolution practitioners. Our education contributes to safer communities and a more just society by providing professionals with the knowledge, skills and abilities to excel at every stage of their careers and make a difference every day.

Mailing Address
V3L 5T4
715 McBride Boulevard , New Westminster , BC


Study Abroad Year
Spring Semester
Nomination Deadline
2nd cycle: 19/Sep/2019

*Application reception will begin on the 2nd cycle

Contact information


Accept Program A 2students / Semester
Accept Program B

0students / Semester

Local currency exchange rate

1USD ≒1.34

Update date 31/Jan/2020 01:13:14
Outline ID 357

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Content The Bachelor of Law Enforcement Studies (BLES) provides expanded opportunities in the study of law enforcement and public safety that will position you to be sought-after candidate in a highly competitive recruiting environment. Our educational program will prepare you for success by developing your leadership skills, enhancing your inter-personal communications, critical thinking, and ethical decision making.
Teaching Language English
Exchange Duration
1st Semester
From: 02/Jan/2020 To: 30/Apr/2020
Language Proficiency Requirements

Accept Native English
IELTS: 6 - 6.5, TOEFL iBT: 72 - 86(Prerequisite)

Academic Field
Instruction Facilities and Other Supports
Scholarship information
Housing Type
  • Home stay
  • Off Campus accommodation

Housing charge
Off Campus accommodation
Cost of living
Medical Insurance Others
Students are required to have medical insurance. Students studying for a period of over 6 months will be required to register for the BC Medical Services Plan. Students studying for under 6 months will be registered in a medical insurance plan and charge the appropriate fee ($1.45 CAD/day).
Visa Process Studying for less that 6 months in Canada does not require a Study Permit. However, students should check whether there are visa or specific entry requirements to travel to Canada from their home country (https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/visit-canada/entry-requirements-country.html).

Please inform prospective dates of acceptance if the dates would be later than UMAP's Timeline for onlire placement period. It helps students to choose their preferences.

Link to the Course List available for international students / Other related links

Regular Academic Calendar (indicate the period)

First Semester
From:06/Jan/2020To:17/Apr/2020(4 months)
Second Semester
From:08/Sep/2020To:08/Sep/2020(4 months)
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
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Semester Load in Credits/Units

1UCTS = 1Credit/1.5ECTS/3CATS *What's UCTS?


General Timetable and Requirements for Graduation

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