The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (NBCCD) is located in the heart of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. The institute attracts some of the best in artistic creativity and design excellence from around the world. NBCCD offers world-class training in fine crafts and design, emphasizing studio based, practical learning.
NBCCD is the only college in Canada that offers training entirely on fine crafts and design. At NBCCD students can work towards a one-year Certificate, two and three-year Diplomas, a four-year Bachelor of Applied Arts degree, and one-year Graduate Certificates in a variety of disciplines. The Applied Arts degree is provided through a partnership with the University of New Brunswick.
Originally founded in 1938, as a hand weaving training institute to help supplement the income of community members, NBCCD has come a long way to the renowned institute it is today.
Why Choose New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
People choose to study fine arts for a variety of different reasons, some for professional reasons and others for hobby. No matter what the reason, students travel from afar to join the NBCC community. Every year, an increasing number of international students come to the institute for its expert instructors and small class sizes. As leader in the field, NBCCD has multiple international partnerships, with initiatives in Brazil, where they train disadvantaged women in fashion and handicrafts.
At NBCCD, many of the faculties are artists, designers and craftspeople that have been recognized and awarded for their excellence in their disciplines. Instructors are passionate about what they teach; they get students excited to learn and apply their newly discovered talents.
NBCCD offers a variety of programs, all of which provide an excellent foundation for creativity, entrepreneurship and applied learning. Offered at the college are the following:
The Student Experience
At NBCCD class sizes are small, allowing students to get individual attention and develop lasting friendships. The campus community is vibrant and diverse, with an increasing number of international students every year.
The facilities are excellent, offering excellent resources, studios, labs, and a library. There is even an art supply store on campus. The school is dedicated to ensuring all students, even those with disabilities, have the opportunity to learn visual arts; with this goal in mind, the university makes efforts where possible, to make needed improvements for accessibility.
Fredericton is the Cultural Capital of Canada and is the perfect place for anyone who loves design and arts. Fredericton has great shopping, art galleries, many cultural events and offers lots to do outdoors throughout the year, including beaches, a National Park, and a 70 km long trail system.
PO Box 6000 457 Queen Street,
Fredericton, New Brunswick