It is currently ranked 2578 in the world by QS world ranking, 65th in Canada and 766 in entire North America.
|Bachelor of Arts - Community Studies||3 Years||CAD 29,610|
|Bachelor of Arts - General||3 Years||CAD 33,540|
|Bachelor of Engineering - Nautical Science||4 Years||CAD 29,210|
|Bachelor of Science - General||3 Years||CAD 36,594|
|Bachelor of Business Administration||3 Years||CAD 35,594|
|Bachelor of Science - Nutrition||3 Years||CAD 34,594|
|Bachelor of Science - Nursing||3 Years||CAD 36,594|
|Bachelor of Science - Public Health||3 Years||CAD 41,433|
|Bachelor of Science - Hospitality & Tourism Management||3 Years||CAD 28,700|
|Master of Business Administration - Community Economic Development||2 Years||CAD 39,500|
|Master of Education - Information Technology||2 Years||CAD 40,318|
|Master of Education - Sustainability, Creativity & Innovation||2 Years||CAD 38,700|
Applying to graduate or postgraduate program involves three basic steps. You should start the admission process as early as a year before you wish to begin your program of study. First, choose your program, second, review admission requirements and contact the department, and lastly prepare and apply online.
It is known for offering top class undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral programs in diverse disciplines. The tuition fee is a bit competitive. The average cost of study for undergraduate program is CAD 29,500 – 34,500 per year, and for graduate programs, it is around CAD 40,500 – 45,500 per year for international students. Let’s assume you are a graduate student and invest the amount in 3 years of a bachelor program of your choice then your cost of investment would be CAD 90,000 avg. A graduate from this University usually gets an average salary of CAD 92,000 depending on the program you chose, so you will be able to get the return of your investment in less than a year.
The placement cell always strives for the candidates overall development and is designed in such a way so that they can advance their professional career development.
Undergraduates and graduates work with various multinational companies and organizations including, Accenture, HSBC, IBM, RBC, B.O.A and Stemcells Technologies, Google, and more.
|Master of Business Administration||CAD 100,000|
|Master of Education IT||CAD 95,000|
|Master of Sustainability & Innovation||CAD 80,000|
|Bachelor of Public Health||CAD 65,000|
|Bachelor of Nursing||CAD 66,000|
|Bachelor of Hospitality Management||CAD 80,000|
|Bachelor of Tourism||CAD 39,000|
|Bachelor of Nutrition||CAD 56,000|
You can apply to Cape Breton University by visiting the website of the university. You may select only one admission category for the CBU campus you want to get admitted.
Reference letters and personal statements are not always required for admission to any of the programs at Cape Breton University, but sometimes University may ask you to submit it.
You can apply to one program per campus or faculty at the Cape Breton University, Canada, up to a maximum of three choices. At Cape Breton University you can choose one admission category, but you may pursue more than one program throughout your degree.
It has a variety of scholarships available—some that you are automatically considered for, and others that are application-based.
The average cost of study in the Cape Breton University for undergraduate program is CAD 29,500 – 34,500 per year, and for graduate programs, it is around CAD 40,500 – 45,500 per year for international students.
Undergraduate students at Cape Breton University may be hired for a maximum of 20 hours per week during the academic year.