We’re excited that you’re interested in studying at Cape Breton University! This is the place to become the leader you were meant to be, and to create the kind of impact that will make a difference – all with the help of a supportive, welcoming academic environment. Before you create your Future Student Account and submit your application, you should review the Admissionsand application information below. Following these steps will guide you seamlessly through CBU’s admissions and application process.
2.) A resume detailing your previous work and volunteer experience. *Experience working with school aged children/youth is an asset (coaching, tutoring, etc.).
3.) An essay (maximum 500 words) indicating your philosophy of teaching, vision of education, and reasons for wishing to enter this profession.
4.) An academic and non-academic reference form to be sent directly from the referee to email@example.com. Select a non-academic reference that can speak strongly to your leadership, communication and decision-making skills. References from friends or family are not suitable.
If you’ve been out of school for 5+ years, two non-academic references are acceptable.
6.) All official post-secondary transcripts to be sent to:
Cape Breton University
PO Box 5300, 1250 Grand Lake Road
Sydney, NS B1P 6L2
Applications for CBU’s May 2022 and September 2022 BScN intake will open September 30, 2021. The application deadline is December 31, 2021.
The deadline for receipt of applications to the BScN program is December 31, 2021. Please review the program admission requirements and submit the online application. After completion of the online application, please ensure all required documentation is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: Students must write the CASPer test and have their results forwarded to Cape Breton University to be considered for admission. CASPer test must be written by the application deadline. Please visit https://takecasper.com/ for test dates.
1.) Applications for CBU’s MBA in CED must be completed online, and require the following supportive items to be uploaded to the Future Student Application Portal:
Your Personal Statement
A 2-page essay outlining your background and interests, and why you are interested in joining the CBU MBA program – what it will do for your career, your organization, and/or your community. For a non-traditional applicant (someone without a degree credential), a longer statement is recommended, 3-4 pages, adding how your experience and background may contribute to the learning experience of other students in the class.
All official post-secondary transcripts
This is not required at the time of application. If the admissions committee requires a GMAT, your acceptance will be conditional upon satisfactory scores on the GMAT.
Visiting students do not need to submit transcripts, but must provide a Letter of Permission from their home institution in order to register for courses. Letters of Permission can be sent to email@example.com.