Introduction to New Brunswick
New Brunswick is one Canada’s Maritime provinces. It is the only officially bilingual province in Canada, with about 30 per cent of the population speaking French as a first language. New Brunswick is home to a number of cities, including Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton
Population – Approximately 750,000 Capital – Fredericton Temperature – (Daily Maximums) January -4 ; July 25 Destinations – Fredericton, Moncton, St. John
- COLLÈGE COMMUNAUTAIRE DU NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK (CCNB)
- MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY
- NEW BRUNSWICK COLLEGE OF CRAFT AND DESIGN
- NEW BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE (NBCC)
- ST. THOMAS UNIVERSITY
- UNIVERSITÉ DE MONCTON
- UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK
Other Reasons to Choose This Province
Skilled Worker Immigration Program (Family Support Stream)
This Provincial Nominee sub-category is not specifically designed for students, but it has some distinct advantages for those who have a family member who has already immigrated to the province and works in a specific field. The applicant will also need a college diploma and two years’ work experience in the five years prior to applying.
Skilled Worker Immigration Program (Employer Support Stream)
Applicants may immigrate to New Brunswick with a minimum of a high school diploma, one year of work experience under the same employer in the province. This Provincial Nominee Program is open to all levels (O, A, B, C & D) of the National Occupational Classification. A job offer is required.