CCNB Admission 2022 – How to send application

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Collège Communautaire Du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) Admission Application is on. Applicants can process their applications online with the information on this page.

CCNB Admission

You can submit your application for admission to CCNB online by following the link at the bottom:

->> https://admission.ccnb.ca/

In case of difficulties with the online admission form, you can also use one of the means below by:

Email  : Fill out the admission request form and send it by email to admission@ccnb.ca . Then follow the costs of processing your file by mail or in person.

Phone : Call  1-800-376-5353.

An agent will take your contact details by phone, program choice as well as the processing fees for your request.

Then forward the required documents by mail or in person.

Position  : Fill out the admission application form duly and mail it, together with the necessary documents and the costs of processing your application to the following address:

Admissions Office
47 Village Avenue PO
Box 309
Campbellton (New Brunswick) E3N 3G7
CANADA

For any questions regarding the admission process, please contact us:

By phone: 001-506-789-2404
Toll free: 1-800-376-5353

admission@ccnb.ca

Documents to be transmitted

The documents to be sent to the Admissions Office are as follows:

For Canadian students:

  • Transcript of records that demonstrate that you meet or are in the process of meeting the admission requirements:
    • Official transcript of your secondary studies (compulsory);
    • College or university transcript (if applicable).

Note : The Grade 11 transcript is acceptable until the Grade 12 transcript is received.

Important Notes

  1. The transcript that contains courses in the appropriate level or in the public school’s Essential Skills program must be subject to an additional assessment.
  2. The file of the candidate who is at least 21 years old and without a high school diploma will be subject to an additional evaluation.
  3. The file of a person who graduated from high school after successfully completing PCE or ASEP courses and who wishes to change fields must be subject to an additional assessment.
  • Processing fee
    • A (non-refundable) payment of $ 50 towards the processing fee.
    • Send a check or money order payable to the Minister of Finance.
    • If you have a permanent disability (learning disability, movement disorder, mental impairment, blindness / visual impairment, deafness / hearing impairment or other impairments), you may need adapted services at the start of the year. collegiate church. Let us know your needs now by completing the Learning Support Centers Questionnaire to allow us to better coordinate the support services you will need. This questionnaire is also attached to the online admission application. For more information on our learning support services, see the Services for Students with Permanent Disabilities section.

For international students: 

  • Official transcript and diploma or official certificate of bachelor (or certified copies), or the equivalent of these documents in the original language, if you have studied in a language other than French. Transcripts translated into French are also required and must be accompanied by a certificate from the translator.
  • Any other official transcript, if you believe it may improve your chances of program eligibility.
    • Documents sent to the CCNB (official certified copies or original documents), including transcripts, exam results, diplomas, etc., become the property of the CCNB and will under no circumstances be returned to candidates or sent to another institution. . For this reason, we suggest that you send us the documents in official certified copies, that is to say that they must be documents bearing the signature as well as the official seal of the person of authority who certified the documents. The documents will not be considered as official if the mention “in conformity with the original” is reproduced by photocopy.
    • Reproductions or photocopies not certified as true will not be accepted for the evaluation of the file.
    • You can also attach a letter of recommendation from an employer that describes the work and duration of an education-related job you plan to take.
    • Processing fee
      • A payment (non-refundable) of $ 100 towards the processing fee.
      • Send a check or money order payable to the Minister of Finance.
      • If you have a permanent disability (learning disability, movement disorder, mental impairment, blindness / visual impairment, deafness / hearing impairment or other impairments), you may need adapted services at the start of the year. collegiate church. Let us know your needs now by completing the Learning Support Centers Questionnaire to allow us to better coordinate the support services you will need. This questionnaire is also attached to the online admission application. For more information on our learning support services, see the Services for Students with Permanent Disabilities section.

Processing of the request

The Admissions Office will only process the application once it is complete. The complete application includes:

  • the admission request form;
  • the appropriate official transcript (high school, general school diploma or adult high school diploma, etc.);
  • processing fees (non-refundable);
  • and any other document required to complete the assessment of the admission application

Important dates and selection process

The selection process begins on the first day of the new program admission cycle for the upcoming college year. Full admission applications are assessed as they are received, throughout the year. However, it is recommended to register as early as possible, as the number of admission requests sometimes exceeds the number of places offered in certain programs.

If the number of requests exceeds the number of free places, your name will be placed on a waiting list according to the “first qualified – first admitted” principle. See the Admission Profiles table for more details.

Applications for admission are processed in the following order:

  • permanent residents of New Brunswick;
  • residents of other Canadian provinces and territories;
  • residents of other countries.

Assessment and admission process

A notice is sent to the person who has submitted a complete admission application within (10) days of receipt of the application, the official transcript and the fees for opening the file. If so, the letter will confirm admission and indicate the date of enrollment, tuition fees and an estimate of annual expenses. This information will also be needed by the person who wants to apply for a visa and study permit.

If you are offered a seat in a program and it turns out to be your preferred choice, your other choice will automatically be voided. From the date of the offer, you will have thirty (30) days to reserve your place by paying the confirmation fee.

CCNB Admission decision

As soon as the Admissions Office has completed the assessment of your application, you will be notified of the decision by mail. If applicable, remember to observe the deadlines to respond to the offer of admission: the letter includes the necessary instructions to accept your offer and reserve your place. Of course, we would be happy to help if you have any questions.

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Any student wishing to contest a decision relating to his application for admission submits a request for review, in writing, to the registrar, no later than 30 days after the decision has been brought to his attention.

Waiting list for Canadian students and permanent residents

An applicant who meets the admission requirements of a regular program where the number of admission applications exceeds the number of places is placed on a waiting list until a place becomes available. Waiting lists are transferable from year to year until a seat is offered to the candidate in the program / campus of their choice or the candidate withdraws their application.

  • A candidate who receives a seat offer four (4) weeks before the start of classes will have the option of accepting or deferring the application for admission to the program until the following year for the same program / campus.
  • If the candidate receives a seat offer before the four (4) weeks preceding the start of classes, he must accept the offer or re-apply or re-apply for the following year.

Waiting list for international students

  • The candidate who requests admission to a program where there are no more places is notified of the situation by the international admissions officer. At the candidate’s request, the International Admissions Officer can change the program choice or keep the request on the waiting list for the desired program.
  • Once the application is complete (application received, including payment of the admission application fee and official transcript), the application is considered complete from that date. This date is important since it is used to determine the candidate’s rank on the waiting list, if applicable.

CCNB Admission Conditions and requirements

Admission requirements

Canadian students and permanent residents

The applicant must meet the established admission requirements which ensure that he or she is able to successfully complete the chosen training program. Admission requirements are grouped into profiles according to the nature and complexity of the programs. For more details, see the CCNB admission profile table .

To help you meet the requirements of the program of your choice, note that the CCNB offers Adult Secondary School Diploma (DESPA) courses and Essential Skills certificates preparatory to technical training (in the targeted field), v You can contact the campus in your area or the campus closest to you

Note that for permanent residents, you must provide us with proof of your status.

International students

The eligibility conditions vary depending on the program chosen:

  • Hold a high school diploma (baccalaureate);
  • Provide proof that you meet the requirements of the chosen program, for example that you have knowledge of French, mathematics, science, or that you can show a portfolio (artistic creation);
  • Master the language of instruction, i.e. French, with the exception of a few specialty programs, which are taught in English. The candidate who has completed previous studies in a language other than French must take a French knowledge test. The second language proficiency tests, English, are at the expense of the person.

In addition, the person must meet the established eligibility requirements, which ensure that they are able to successfully complete the study program of their choice. The eligibility conditions have been grouped into profiles according to the nature and complexity of the programs. For more information on the eligibility conditions for our programs, see the Admission Profiles table .

Basic requirements

Have obtained, or be in the process of obtaining, a New Brunswick high school diploma, have successfully completed courses at the regular or modified level recognized by the Department of Education or their equivalent.

Public school transcripts for adapted level courses will be subject to an additional assessment.

The following are recognized as equivalents of the secondary school diploma by the CCNB:

  • the secondary school equivalence diploma (DEG);
  • the adult secondary school diploma or equivalent (DESPA);
  • the Department of Education (PCE) Essential Skills Diploma;
  • the certificate in essential skills for adults (ASEP) according to the family of programs chosen by the candidate;
  • a minimum score of 900 (before 2005) and 1500 (after 2005) on the Scholastic Aptitude Test accompanied by an external certificate of satisfaction with the prerequisite courses. External certification can take the form of a final mark awarded by a secondary school in the public school system.

Note: If you are on track to meet the admission requirements, please provide us with official proof of course registration from your institution.

Language requirements

Full participation in the learning activities of a program requires fluency in the language of instruction. In certain cases, the establishment may request proof of a satisfactory level of competence demonstrated by the results of a language test.

The CCNB may ask candidates to submit the results of a recognized French language test if:

  • The candidate’s mother tongue is not French.
  • The candidate has not completed a minimum of three years of study in a French-speaking high school.
  • The candidate has not completed a post-secondary training program at a French-language post-secondary educational institution.

Depending on the information submitted during your admission application, it may have been determined that you must demonstrate official proof of a satisfactory level of proficiency in French. The standardized tests recognized by the CCNB and the results of these French proficiency tests must be:

If this is the case, you must send the official proof of the French proficiency test to:

Admissions Office
47 Village Avenue PO
Box 309
Campbellton (New Brunswick) E3N 3G7
CANADA

For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at 1-800-376-5353 or by email at  admission@ccnb.ca

Study in English

If you plan to enroll in a program offered in English by the CCNB, please note that the establishment reserves the right to measure your ability in English by means of a language test.

Mature Canadian students

The Admissions Office accepts admission applications for adults (be 21 years old before the program registration date) who do not have all the prerequisites. However, they must have training or experience in the chosen field of study and demonstrate that, because of their background, they have the capacity to be able to succeed in their training. The preliminary assessment is completed by the Admissions Office to determine whether the candidate meets the admission requirements. Otherwise, the file is transferred to campus for further assessment based on previous training or experience in the field. This will be used to determine if the candidate’s admission can be considered for the requested program.

The admission file of this candidate is submitted to a campus evaluation committee for study. In order to allow evaluation by the committee, the following information, either a curriculum vitae or the mature candidate evaluation request form  duly completed by the student must accompany the admission application.

Indigenous students

Places are reserved for members of New Brunswick’s Aboriginal communities in the regular programs offered at the CCNB. Note that you must identify yourself as an Indigenous student on the admission application form if you wish to be considered for these reserved places.

Recognition of course units (credits) or diplomas

If you have a university degree or have work experience in your field of study, you may be eligible for course equivalency recognition when enrolling in a CCNB program.

In addition, if you obtain a diploma from the New Brunswick Community College, you will in some cases be able to pursue studies at a Canadian university with a view to obtaining an undergraduate degree, namely the bachelor’s degree (the license). Depending on the case, you will be recognized for a certain number of courses or your full two years of college.

 

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