As you prepare to attend NSCC, there are some things you need to do before moving to Canada.
Bringing your family to Nova Scotia
While you study with us, it may be possible for you to bring your family with you. View information about Family Members (PDF 165KB)
Please note: We can provide immigration advice and support on study permits and work permits that relate to studies in Canada. This includes study permits, co-op work permits and post-graduation work permits. We cannot provide immigration support and advice on permanent residency in Canada to current students. Instead, we provide online resources and information sessions with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and Nova Scotia Immigration. Additionally, our partner immigration consultants can support you and provide advice on permanent residency, but you will be responsible for their consulting fees.