International Education Week (IEW) is celebrated worldwide every third week of November. Our celebrations here at NBCC coincide with those held in over 100 countries around the globe. This year's IEW provides an opportunity to showcase the cultural diversity of our wonderful international student population, highlight some of their inspiring stories, and share a some of their culture.
NBCC is home to 1442 international students from 65+ countries around the world. Explore the map below to see which countries are represented at the College.
Sign up for this and all other NBCCSU event invitations HERE.
Are You Ready For Winter? & International Trivia Night
Sure, New Brunswick winters can bring bitter cold, winter storms of heavy snowfall, freezing rain, and a wind chill that will shock even the hardiest Canadian, but winters can also be downright magical. Join our NBCC Student Union in an event on Wednesday, November 16th at 7:00pm that will go over winter activities to keep you busy and how to dress appropriately to face the weather.
After the Are You Ready for Winter session on Wednesday, November 16th, stay tuned for the NBCC Student Union International Trivia Night. For more information, visit https://www.nbccsu.com.
Do you want to share with your fellow students about your country? Register here to participate in the Global Village lunch time event at your campus. Students are invited to show videos, articles, traditional clothing, music, art, etc. from their country.
Catch up on successes and experiences from some of our international students and alumni by visiting our stories page.
Olá, Sata srī akāla, Nǐ hǎo, Kamusta! Learn how to greet someone and introduce yourself in another language by watching one of our mini-language lesson video created by NBCC students.
Travel around the world without leaving your kitchen with these international recipes suggested by our students.
You'll want to try one of these student recommended titles the next time you wonder, "What should I watch?"
Around the world in 23 books. A student curated global reading list.
Discover famous songs that originate from some of our students’ home countries.
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of those treaties - peace, respect and friendship.
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