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Career Colleges and Vocational Schools in New Brunswick

 

Trade Schools in New Brunswick

New Brunswick, the only officially bilingual province in Canada, is truly a diverse place. More than 750,000 inhabitants have a wealth of ethnic backgrounds.

The main industries are health care, education, retail, finance and insurance, and military operations. According to the government of New Brunswick, the biggest growth areas are energy, aerospace and defense, as well as environmental, information and communication technologies. Most entry-level positions in these fields, such as aircraft service technicians or sound engineering technicians, require a vocational degree. Consider attending a trade school to gain the skills you need to get started in one of these industries. Most programs take two years to complete when studying full-time.

Attending trade schools in New Brunswick: student life

New Brunswick's major cities are Fredericton--the capital, Saint John--the oldest incorporated city in Canada, Moncton and Bathurst. According to the provincial government, New Brunswick's cost of living is below the national average. In the last available census data, Statistics Canada lists the median annual household income in 2005 at CA$45,194.

When not working on your degree at one of the trade schools in New Brunswick, you can enjoy one of the province's 40 golf courses, visit the famous sand dunes at Bouctouche Bay, or discover the area's other outdoor treasures. Now is the time to become part of the skilled labor force and start working on your vocational degree. Choose one of the trade schools in New Brunswick, and take the first step toward a promising future.

See also: Universities and Colleges in New Brunswick

Directory of New Brunswick Colleges & Universities

Campus & Online Schools Accepting Students from New Brunswick

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