We want our students to be well positioned for success and be able to participate in all NBCC educational activities. Therefore, all international and Permanent Resident applicants to NBCC must demonstrate adequate academic English proficiency.
NBCC may request the evidence of English proficiency on a recognized linguistic test or successful completion of a recognized pathway program from one of our English language training partners if:
IMPORTANT NOTE: scores must be received by July 15th for programs starting in September, by November 15th for programs starting in January, by February 15th for programs starting in April. Applicants enrolled in a recognized pathway program may be granted an extension.
Successful completion of English 122 or 121 at a New Brunswick high school with a minimum mark of 70% (non-modified curriculum) can be submitted to satisfy NBCC’s English proficiency requirement.
The following English proficiency tests can be submitted to NBCC for admission consideration:
If you do not meet the English language requirements for admission to NBCC programs, you can apply directly to one of our English language training partners for a pathway program.
Successful completion of the following pathways can be submitted to NBCC for admission consideration:
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