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College of New Caledonia - Prince George

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About College of New Caledonia - Prince George

College of New Caledonia is a post-secondary education institute in Central British Columbia encompassing three school districts. Founded in 1969, it has campuses in Vanderhoof, Mackenzie, Fort Prince George, St. James, Quesnel and Burns Lake.

The college offers a broad range of career, technical, vocational, and university credit courses in human services, health services, business management, technologies and trade. It is a place for starting a successful, rewarding and stable career with affordable education cost, small class sizes, and practical, hands-on learning. The college provides quality programs and promotes skillful learning and a dynamic, supportive and responsive environment for students.

Educational Planning at the College is carried out with a collaborative partnership between the college and Educational Council (EDCO). The steering committee comprises faculty, operational staff, administrators, regional representation, and students. The Plan is based on research and feedback gathered through consultation during the process of education planning. 

Services and Facilities

At the Prince George campus, students get access to safety and security services, with dentistry, recreational and food services. The campus houses a student-run restaurant and a cafeteria. Health and wellness centre, student support and housing services, including discussion groups offer a comfortable space for living and learning on campus. 

Varied workshops and events are also organized by the administration for student life in college, wellness, and their transition to professional life.


The college offers residence facilities in its main housing building. CNC housing is affordable, centrally located and close to necessary amenities like transportation, shopping, recreational facilities, and forest trails. Recreation and play are encouraged in the CNC community that embraces diversity and mutual respect. Supported by fellow housemates with unique personal and academic interests and broad cultural backgrounds, students can enjoy an enriching and fulfilling life at the campus.


College offers over three hundred individual scholarships, bursaries, and awards ranging from $250 to $1500, some based primarily on academic achievement and others on financial need. 

Facts & Figures

  • 1969Founded Year

  • 5000Total Students

  • 0Total International Students

  • CAD $ 12000Avg. Cost of Living

  • CAD $ 3k - 40kAverage Tuition Fee PA

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Admission to College of New Caledonia - Prince George is subject to certain requirements and the eligibility requirements vary as per the program a student applies to.

  • The student should be 18 years of age.
  • The student must have taken either PTE, IELTS, TOEFL or an equivalent English language proficiency exam.
  • The applicant is required to submit their original transcripts from all the academic institutions they have attended (if they are not in English, translated transcripts must be submitted along with the original document).



Minimum Age

18 years and/or grade 12 education

Language Proficiency Test


Documents Required

Class 10th and 12th Mark sheets and/or transcripts, Passport 


January, May, September

Specific requirements may vary for different programs at the College of New Caledonia.

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