How to Apply for College of New Caledonia (CNC)

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

How to Apply for College of New Caledonia (CNC)

Interested in becoming a student at College of New Caledonia (CNC)? Here’s how to do it in five easy steps:

  • Choose a Program:
  • The College of New Caledonia (CNC) offer variety of Program, so the first step please select the program you want to apply for,

  • Check the admission requirements:
  • Once your selected the program you want to pursue then please check Admission requirements are outlined in a separate tab on each program’s page.

  • Apply for letter of acceptance:
  • If you are eligible to opted program, then can apply for letter of acceptance or offer letter along with CNC admission application fee CAD $ 125.

    You can apply online or by completing a paper application form, please click here to download the College of new Caledonia admission application form

    Or contact our admission expert so that we may help you with the process.

  • Submit your documents:
  • Ensure your application is complete by submitting all required documents such as high school transcripts, post-secondary transcripts, proof of English Language Proficiency (IELTS) , and copy of your passport bio pages.

  • Receive an offer:
  • Once CNC has received all of your required documents and grades, your application will be assessed. If you are accepted to your chosen program, you will be sent an offer by email.

  • Accept your offer:
  • Once you receivedthe letter of offer, you will need to provide a tuition deposit of $10,000 to the College of New Caledonia representing one year of tuition based on six courses over two semesters. This money will be held in your name to cover your first year of tuition fees.

    Post receipt of the tuition deposit, you will be provided with a confirmation of enrolment (COE), receipt and official acceptance details.

  • Apply for Canada Study permit:
  • Post receiving COE now you can apply for Canada study permit, please note seats are limited so keep updating status of your study permit application.

Please note

  • You will need to arrange your travel to Prince George. Plan to arrive one week before the orientation session so you can rest and settle into your new home and community. Orientation takes place in the week prior to start of classes. Please do not come too early or after classes start.
  • Send your travel details to the International Education Centre. Email your itinerary to or phone 250-561-5857 at least two weeks before you arrive.
  • The airport also has a shuttle service that can be arranged in advance. Taxis are also available at the airport: Emerald Taxi 250-563-3333, Prince George Taxi 250-564-4444.

Contact Us

Need help along the way? Our Admissions Advisors are here to support you at every step of the process.

Email: or call (+91) 928-928-9006, or (+91) 928-928-9007, with your questions or to book an appointment.


Our Testimonials

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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.