How to Apply

How to Apply (International)


In accordance with the recommendations of the Chief Medical Officer of Health for New Brunswick, NBCC’s Admissions Centre will be closed until further notice; consequently, we are expecting a significant delay in processing applications. We are working towards solutions to mitigate the situation and ensure our clients are served as quickly as possible.

Please be assured that, as per NBCC’s First Qualified First Accepted policy, your completed application (including payment and transcript of marks) will be processed based on the date and time stamp that is received once normal operations resume.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this difficult time.

Step 1: Pick a Program and Confirm Availability

International admission to NBCC can be competitive, and as a result, program availability is subject to change throughout the year. Applicants should note the status of the availability prior to submitting an application.

Important: Please check Seats Available for International Students before applying

Step 2: Review Program Admission Requirements

Review the admission requirements needed for your desired program.

  • An official high school transcript
  • Other post-secondary transcripts (If Applicable)
  • Other admission documents required to assess the file (Examples: Proof of Language Requirements, Portfolio, Mature Student Application Form, etc.)

Step 3: Review Tuition and Fees

Review the costs associated with studying full time at NBCC.

Step 4: Submit your Application

Option 1: Apply Online (Recommended)

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If you apply online, you must pay online. The $100 application fee payment is required before submitting your application online. [see PAYMENT OPTIONS]

Note: You can save & return to your application any time during the process prior to submitting it final.

Option 2: Apply By Telephone

Call 1-506-759-6419 (outside North America)

Option 3: Apply In Person

If you are in New Brunswick, Canada you can also apply in person at any of our six NBCC campus locations throughout the province.

Note: It will be important for you to provide an active e-mail address since many important communication pieces will be sent to you by e-mail. Ensure your email security settings are set to receive emails from NBCC. Check your junk mail if not receiving.

If you cannot apply online, contact the College Admissions Services (CAS):

CAS CUSTOMER SUPPORT – To inquire about your application status or if you need assistance with the online Application and/or related payment process, contact CAS at:

1-888-796-NBCC (within North America)
1-506-759-6419 (outside North America)
Send email to:

Applicants from Nigeria, Ghana and Sierra Leone: please see information on submitting WAEC and/or NECO results before completing the application.

Step 5: Submit your Required Documents

Once you submit your online application; if required, go directly to the section to submit your transcripts/documentation.

Submit your official high school, college and/or university transcripts and/or further documentation for admission to certain programs. Transcripts must be translated into English from the High School and/or College and/or University you have attended. Transcripts are considered official ONLY if they are received directly from the institution sealed or sent via email directly to Official documents can also be mailed to: College Admissions Service, 6 Arran Street, Campbellton, NB E3N 1K4

It is important that your transcript of marks demonstrates how you meet, or are in the process of meeting, the program's admission requirements.

Please Note: All submitted documents become the property of NBCC and will not be returned.

Step 6: Review Admission Process

As part of NBCC’s First Qualified, First Accepted admissions process, qualified applicants who apply first will be admitted first. To do so, applicants must submit a complete application package that will be time stamped upon receipt. [see ADMISSION PROCESS]

Step 7: Once You've Been Accepted

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