Mount Allison is home away from home for students from around the world.
We want to help parents and families support prospective and current international students from the admissions process through to graduation.
For more general information, please visit:
- For parents and families of prospective students — information on the admissions process, academics, visiting campus, costs and financial aid, campus life, and more
- For parents and families of current students — information about campus supports and services
- For international students — information for current international students
It's important to keep up to date with immigration information, and to apply for study permits as soon as possible.
International students who will study in Canada for longer than six months must apply for a study permit.
|Temporary Resident Visa
|International students from some countries may also need a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) before coming to Canada, which can be applied for at the same time as the study permit.|
|Custodianship arrangements||Custodianship arrangements may be required for students who have not reached the legal age of majority (19 years or older) in New Brunswick.|
Tax and immigration services
The International Centre offers workshops and help sessions for students with questions about Canadian tax regulations and immigration document application/renewal processes.
Programs and services
The International Centre is home to an array of programs and services that are designed to make the transition to academic and social life at Mount Allison an easier one for international students.
International Orientation offers new international students the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the University and its services before all new students arrive on campus for University Orientation.
International student programs and services
The goal of Mount Allison's International Centre is for students to do more than survive; we want students to thrive.
Programs and services for international students include:
- international mentorship program
- academic support
- health insurance
- graduation preparation series (GPS)
Fee payment options
University fees can be paid by bank transfer directly to Mount Allison or through a student’s Canadian bank account (which can be activated upon arrival in Sackville).
International students who would like to work during their time in Canada should review the Government of Canada's regulations for on-campus and off-campus employment.