- New Brunswick Community College
New Brunswick Community College Established 1968 Type public community college Religious affiliation non-denominational Academic staff 500 full-time & 80 part-time Students 4000 regular 10000 continuing studies Undergraduates pre-university students; regular, technical, apprenticeship Postgraduates not available Location Saint John, St. Andrews and Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada Campus Urban Affiliations CCAA, ACCC, AUCC, CBIE Website www.nbcc.ca/
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NBCC offers close to 90 regular programs, and provides other training in many apprenticeable trades, to corporate clients, and to individuals through part-time courses.
NBCC’s regular student population is close to 4,500 with almost 10,000 additional students in other training and courses. The college has almost 500 full time faculty and 80 part-time.
Programs are organized in five schools:
- Applied and Media Arts,
- Engineering Technology,
- Health & Academic Services, Technology &
- Trades and Social Services.
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- ^ http://www.cicic.ca/docs/New%20Brunswick%20Community%20Colleges%20Act%20(March%2026%202010).pdf New Brunswick Community Colleges Act (March 26, 2010)
New Brunswick universities Public chartered universities Private chartered universities Private universities recognized
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