C.C.N.B. sees uptick in student enrollment

CCNB says it has seen an uptick in the number of students choosing to study at its five campuses across the province.

A total of 1,940 students enrolled in programs this year, an increase of ten per cent, or 178 students when compared to 2017.

CCNB says the increase is linked to a spike in international students, 184 more than last year, who now represent 21 per cent of its student population.

Six fewer Canadian students registered this year but CEO Liane Roy says that number will change soon.

Roy says several programs that attract mostly Canadian students are set to begin later in the fall as well as in the new year.