Living and studying in residence at CBU is a huge part of the university experience.Its where both domestic and international students come together to really see what its like to be study at Cape Breton. Living in the student housing at CBU is a big deal.The residential buildings are constantly buzzing with amazing activities. You will get to associate and make new friends from all over the world. As an international student, you will have access to more than 70 societies and clubs.There are also unique living options to choose from. From a single dorm room to a standard apartment styled set up, you will definitely enjoy living in Cape Breton University.
Note that applications from international students will be viewed on an individual basis. You should have graduated from a licensed secondary school with an average of ‘’C’’ in five senior academic level courses. You can equally apply with a post high school certificate.
You will be required to pay a fee of $52 as application fee.
January 10: This is the application deadline for Bachelor of education.
February 28: Deadline for Bachelor of Science Nursing. English proficiency requirements should also be met by this deadline.
March1: This is the deadline for all students in their last year of high school to be assessed of entrance scholarships.Interim grades and courses should be submitted by this deadline.
If English language is not your major language of instruction, you will be required to submit test scores that show that english proficiency has been met.
English Language Scores
Paper based test: 550
Computer based test: 213
$12,490 yearly for undergraduate programs.
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