Careers and Training

Post-Secondary Education

Whether you are transitioning to or already enrolled in university, college, apprenticeship or other private training program you can use resources in this section to help you launch your career to the next level.

Learn more about steps you can take to research possible post-secondary educational institutions.
For more information on post-secondary schools. Post-secondary schools include colleges, universities and technical schools. Each post-secondary school has its own set of rules on how to apply.
The bursary will provide upfront, non-repayable assistance for students with gross household incomes of $60,000 or less to increase access to post-secondary education.
The TRMC has been created to make post-secondary education more accessible by providing more upfront financial assistance to New Brunswick students who have a gross income above $60,000.
Apprentices receive post-secondary education through on-the-job training and in-school learning. This provides them with the skills to work almost anywhere in Canada.
A visual summary of occupational profiles for 110 occupations in New Brunswick.
This site is designed to provide a description, current snapshot and future projections about detailed occupational groups.
This portal has been designed to assist you in identifying possible equivalencies or credit transfers that you may be eligible to receive when admitted to a post-secondary institution in New Brunswick
Starting with a field of study, explore what people are working in, as a career in NB.