We want our students to be able to fully participate in all NBCC educational activities. Therefore, you must be able to demonstrate adequate competence in English.
If you do not meet the English language requirements for admission to NBCC programs, you can apply directly to the University of New Brunswick Saint John College for admission into their English for Academic Purposes program.
Full participation in learning activities depends upon adequate proficiency in the language of instruction. In the case of non-Canadian transcripts, NBCC will require translation into either of the two official languages.
Adequate competency in the English language is required for international and permanent resident (landed immigrants) applicants.
NBCC may request the submission of a valid test score on a recognized linguistic test if:
If your first language is not English, NBCC will require proof of English language competency and will accept any one of the following (IMPORTANT NOTE: this must be received by July 15th for regular programs starting in September and by November 15th for regular programs starting in January):
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NBCC campuses are located on Mi’kmaq, Wolastoq and Peskotomuhkati homelands. Since 1726 this land has been subject to treaties that are still in effect today. We are grateful to learn together on this land and do so guided by the original spirit of those treaties - peace, respect and friendship.
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