Studying and moving to a new country can be a bit overwhelming. On this page we have pulled together all the relevant information for those looking to study, work, and immigrate to Canada.
Learn more about the following topics to better help prepare yourself for your journey to Canada.
NBCC hosts live information sessions with our International Immigration Advisor, who is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). This is an opportunity for prospective students to ask questions and learn more about the immigration process in
Canada. These 30-minute sessions will provide you with all the information you need about navigating the Canadian immigration system. Click here to view upcoming information sessions and watch past recordings.
The resources and guide below have been created by NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor to best prepare our students to navigate the immigration process.
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