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Discover NBCC Information Sessions are short but pack a big punch. This session will provide you with the information you need to know when considering NBCC. Learn about our program options, admission requirements, the application process, student supports,
and financial assistance.
You have questions, we have answers. Join our International Education Team for a webinar entirely dedicated to answering your questions about becoming an NBCC student.
Study, live, and work in New Brunswick. Applied learning at NBCC is one of the most affordable and efficient ways for you to gain the job skills and experience needed to immigrate to Canada. These 30 minute sessions will provide you with all the information
you need about becoming an NBCC student and navigating the Canadian immigration system.
Join NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor for an overview of how permanent residency works in Canada. Learn some of the key terminology that is used in the Canadian immigration system when discussing permanent residency
Join NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor for an overview of important immigration topics for international students in Canada. This includes information about study permits, working while you study, bringing your family to Canada, and staying in Canada after your graduation from NBCC.
Join NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor to learn about the process of applying for a study permit. We will review the ways to apply for a study permit, important documents that you will need, and advice for writing your statement of purpose.
Join NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor to learn about the process of applying for a study permit under the Student Direct Stream. Student Direct Stream is available to students from the following countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Brazil, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Morocco, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Senegal, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, and Vietnam. We will review the additional documents that this stream requires, anticipated timelines, and advice for writing your statement of purpose.
As an international student at NBCC, you have lots of opportunity to gain valuable work experience! Join NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor to learn about how you can work in Canada while you are studying and after you graduate from NBCC. We will cover work eligibility while you are studying, as part of your NBCC program in an internship or practicum, and after you graduate under the post-graduation work permit program (PGWPP).
Many NBCC students would like more information about how to bring their family members with them to Canada. We understand – family is important! During this webinar, NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor will provide an overview of how to include your spouse and/or dependent children in your immigration applications so that they can come to Canada with you.
Join NBCC’s International Immigration Advisor for a brief overview of the current travel restrictions in Canada and learn about how you can prepare to travel to Canada. This webinar is most useful for students who are planning to travel to Canada
in the next month, as these travel restrictions can change. Webinars on this topic are hosted on a monthly basis.
These sessions will provide you with all the information you need to know about your specific program of choice. Get a general overview of your program, discuss program specifics and connect first-hand with program faculty. Each session will also have
time for questions at the end of the presentation.
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of those treaties - peace, respect and friendship.
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