College of New Caledonia (CNC) Accommodation

The College of New Caledonia is a public college established in 1969.
It is 50 years old and updated. The British Columbia Institute.

College of New Caledonia (CNC) Accommodation

International students at the college of New Caledonia(CNC) have the choice of living
  • Home Stay
  • On Campus
  • Off-campus
  • Private Residence

Home Stay:

You get the chance to stay with a Canadian family during a homestay. You will be provided with a separate bedroom, but the remainder of the home will be shared with your host family. Choosing homestay has the benefit of allowing you to swiftly advance your English language abilities. Because the host family solely speak English to you, your language abilities will improve quickly.

Home Stay expenses:
  • Home Placement one Time Deposit CAD $200- Non-Refundable.
  • Damage deposit CAD $ 800 ( Refundable)
  • Monthly rent CAD $ 800/-

Your Home stay include following things
  • Meal Plans
  • Electricity,
  • Water
  • Internet
  • Television
  • Heat

Why you choose Home Stays
  • A Big Opportunity to Improve English Speaking:
  • Learning Canadian Culture:
  • No Need to worry about Bills
  • Safety

On Campus:

On-campus housing at CNC has 92 rooms. Comfortable rooms with a fridge, microwave, desk, and bed are available in on-campus accommodation. Three distinct sitting spaces, a kitchen, and laundry facilities are shared by all students. To apply for on-campus housing please complete and submit the application form. Space is limited so it is recommended to apply early.

Term Fee - CAD 25 – Non refundable
Security Deposit CAD $ 250 – Non Refundable
Term Deposit CAD $. 200 / per term
Extension fee CAD $ 125 – non Refundable

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Priyanka Balley

Before moving to Canada a couple years ago, Priyanka Balley had already completed a Masters of Commerce in her home country of India – no small feat.

Yet she always doubted her intelligence and capabilities. But finishing the Human Resources (HR) Management Post Diploma at CNC changed all that.

“The program actually helped me realize the total opposite belief that I had about myself,” she said “I used to think maybe I’m not a smart person. Ever since I came to Canada and CNC, I’ve completely changed.”

Priyanka is passionate about HR and was very involved with her department while at CNC. She and some of her fellow students started an HR club that travelled to several competitions. At the competition, teams are given case studies based on real life events, which they need to solve as if they were HR consultants.