New Brunswick Community College is a public college offering programs through 6 locations that include Moncton, Fredericton, Miramichi, Saint John, St. Andrews, and Woodstock. The College witnesses yearly enrollment of more than 10,000 students across its various campuses.
The University offers students a wide variety of programs as full-time, part-time, online and professional development programs. These programs are related to business administration, arts, civil engineering, health, social sciences, hospitality and tourism, building and construction etc.
Some important points to be considered before applying for admission to the New Brunswick Community College are as follows:
|Application Portal||Online portal|
|Application Fee (Non- Refundable)||Domestic applicants: 50 USD|
International applicants: 100 USD
|Mode of Payment||Visa/ Mastercard/ Debit Card of banks TD, Scotia, BMO, RBC|
|Academic Calendar||Semester- based|
|Intake Sessions||Spring/ Fall/ Winter|
|Test Scores Accepted||TOEFL/ IELTS/ PTE/ DET/ CAEL/ Canadian Test of English/ Cambridge English|
|Financial Aid||Scholarships/ Loans/ Grants/ Work- study|
|Work Experience||Required for some courses|
The application deadlines for international students are given below:
International applicants have to fulfill some additional requirements in addition to the requirements which are usually the same as the general requirements for the applicants belonging to Canada.
Application Portal: International Application Portal
Application Fee: 100 CAD
Basic Admission Requirements: The following documents must be submitted at the time of admission:
All the applicants coming from international countries where English is not the official language or have not studied 3 years of secondary education or 1 year of post-secondary education at a university which has English as the medium of instruction have to prove their proficiency in English by submitting their IELTS or TOEFL or any other test scores. The minimum requirements differ for each test.
|Canadian Academic English Language||60|
|The Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees||4.5|
Students who do not meet the above-mentioned minimum requirements will have to apply for one of the English language training partner’s pathway programs.
New Brunswick Community College offers various regular programs. Both part-time as well as full- time courses are offered by the college. It offers regular programs as well as training programs in many fields like Plumbing, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician, Welding, Steel Fabrication, Industrial Mechanics, Electrical: Construction, CNC Machining etc. The basic admission requirements are similar for most courses. These are given below:
Where to Apply: Online Application Portal
Application Fee: Domestic applicants – 50 CAD; International applicants - 100 CAD
Admission Requirements: Applicants have to submit following documents along with the online application:
Transcripts received directly from the issuing institution will only be considered official. Therefore it must either email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent in a sealed envelope to:
College Admissions Service
113 Roseberry Street, Suite 310
Campbellton, NBE3N 2G6
One year post-graduate degrees are offered by New Brunswick Community College. The various fields in which a postgraduate degree is offered are Human Resources Management, International Business Management, Information Technology: Data Analytics, Control Room Operator Internship, Early Childhood Education: Advocacy, Leadership and Management, Information Technology: Cybersecurity, etc.
Where to Apply: Online Application
Application Fee: 100 CAD
Admission Requirements: The admission requirements for most graduate programs vary from each other. The requirements for some programs are tabulated below:
|Requirements||Control Room Operator Internship||International Business Management||Information Technology: Data Analytics||Human Resources Management||Early Childhood Education|
|Application Fee (Non- Refundable||Nil||100 CAD||100 CAD||100 CAD||100 CAD|
|Campus||Saint John||Saint John||Online||Saint John/ Moncton||Saint John|
|Previous qualification||Required, Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Science or Diploma in Power Engineering Technology||Diploma or degree in Business or any other related field||Post-secondary diploma or degree||Degree or diploma in Business, Health, Social Sciences, or any other related fields;|
2 or 3 years in a business related environment
|Certificate in Early Childhood Education|
|Essays||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
|Curriculum Vitae||Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
|GRE or GMAT||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
|Work experience||Not required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
|Cover letter||Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
|Additional requirements||Copy of Driver’s license||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
New Brunswick Community College accepts a number of international students each year. Applicants are advised to apply as early as possible to increase possibilities of securing a seat. Students are advised to submit all the required admission material along with the application. You should also check the seat availability of your desired programs before applying. On receipt of application, the college will send acknowledgment letters to applicants via email. The application status will also be notified from October 1 for September intake and February 1 for January intake.
Graduate programs are offered at different campuses. Most graduate programs start in September. It is best for international students to be well prepared with all documents as the process for acquiring a study permit may take as long as 6 months.
Ques. What is the application fee for international students applying at New Brunswick Community College?
Ans. International applicants have to submit an application fee of 100 CAD. Payment can be submitted through Visa/ Mastercard/ Debit Card of banks TD, Scotia, BMO, or RBC.
Ques. Do I get to transfer credits to New Brunswick Community College?
Ans. Yes, transferring credits to New Brunswick Community College is possible for a course that you have already completed or skills that you possess. This can be done after being accepted by the University to your choice of program. You will have to apply for credit transfer through Prior Learning Assessment Recognition initiative.
Ques. Can I apply for admission to the New Brunswick Community College through an agent in my country?
Ans. No, New Brunswick Community College does not associate with agents in many countries to grant admissions. It is best that international students apply online on your own.
Ques. Is there a way to pre-determine whether I will be granted admission to New Brunswick Community College?
Ans. The College Admission Services is responsible for reviewing applications and making admission decisions. But there is no way to predetermine admission for any applicant separately. The standard review process will be followed for every applicant.
Ques. How long will it take to issue a study permit for studying in Canada?
Ans. The duration for issuing a study permit for studying in Canada varies from country to country. It is a time consuming procedure so it is best to apply as soon as the University issues a letter of acceptance.