We help International students in New Brunswick make the transition to Canadian schools easier.
Thinking about Studying in New Brunswick
Want to go to school on the east coast? Then New Brunswick is a great option. One of the three Maritime Provinces in the country, New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province in Canada. Outside of Quebec, New Brunswick has the largest portion of their population that speak French, with more than 30% of residents speaking French daily. This makes the province an ideal destination for students that seek to receive post-secondary education in French.
Living in the province among its approximately 750,000 residents is unique in the sense that it is a mix of large modern cities as well as small downs and francophone communities. If you are into city life you can live in Saint John, Fredericton, or Moncton, or you can live in one of the smaller communities if you like to take things at a slower pace.
One of the best things about living in the province is the scenic drives, not to mention its many tourist attractions and provincial parks, giving students no shortage of things to explore when they need a break from their studies.
Education Options in New Brunswick
The Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour oversee the academic institutions in the province. In total, there are 10 post-secondary institutions to choose from in the province, many of which are located in Fredericton. They include:
Students have ample opportunity to get educated in French as many of the colleges and universities offer programs in both official languages.
These school offer a broad range of academic programs and degree options in sciences, arts, business, engineering, and computer science, to name a few.
Why Choose New Brunswick for Education?
Students choose New Brunswick as the place to get their degree for many reasons, including:
International students are required to get a student visa and study permit to study in the province.
For More Information About New Brunswick
To learn more about the province of New Brunswick and about your education options in the province, please visit www.gnb.ca
|School name||Address||City||Postal Code||Phone Number|
|College communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick||PO Box 700 725 College Street||Bathurst||E2A 3Z6||506-547-2063|
|Crandall University||333 Gorge Rd||Moncton||E1G 3H9||506-585-8970|
|Kingswood University||26 Western St||Sussex||E4E 1E6||506-432-4400|
|Mount Allison University||62 York Street||Sackville||E4L 1E2||506-364-2269|
|New Brunswick College of Craft and Design||PO Box 6000 457 Queen Street||Fredericton||E3B 5H1||506-453-2305|
|New Brunswick Community College||284 Smythe Street||Fredericton||E3B 3C9||888-796-6222|
|St. Stephen's University||8 Main St||St Stephen||E3L 3E2||506-466-1781|
|St. Thomas University||51 Dineen Drive||Fredericton||E3B 5G3||506-452-0640|
|Universite de Moncton||18 Avenue Antonine-Maillet||Moncton||E1A 3E9||506-858-4121|
|University of New Brunswick||PO Box 4400||Fredericton||E3B 5A3||506-453-4666|