Admissions - Forest Technology
MCFT bases admission decisions on a variety of factors. The first and most important of these factors are entrance requirements or courses from high school. Academic level courses or college and university prep courses are required. Math, Biology, English and Computers are the four key course requirements from high school.
A minimum average of 65% is needed in all courses. Upon review of the high school courses and the minimum average is achieved the admissions office will look at experience within the natural resource sector or equivalent,
and finally the personal statement that each applicant is required to fill out on their admissions forms.
Prospective students are asked to fill out the application in its entirety before submitting and include all applicable documents. Limited seating each year makes for a competitive environment; therefore, attention to detail is essential. Although we do not make the overall decisions on acceptance until March it is highly recommended that applications are received early in your last year of high school in order to be sure that all documentation is received to complete your application process.
Admissions - Utility Arborist
Admission into the Utility Arborist program differ than that of the Forest Technology program [Requirements]. Please note. Consideration into the Utility Arborist program will be give to those applicants who are categorized as mature and have applicable experince. This is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. A mature student is defined as 25 years of age and older.
Application Process - Utility Arborist Program
1. Visit Utility Arborist Applications Online You must upload a résumé and complete the survey. Submit an official transcript of your high school grades by fax 506-458-0652, by email email@example.com or by mail to:Admissions Maritime College of Forest Technology Utility Arborist Program 1350 Regent Street Fredericton, NB E3C 2G6
2. Conduct Height Anxiety Testing - pole climbing at the New Brunswick Power Training Facility in Marysville, NB (near Fredericton). Testing will be arranged by program coordinators.
3. Conduct a medical and physical testing.
4. Interview with program coordinators.
Applications will be responded to in a timely manner, and will be contacting you if you are selected for testing and an interview. If you have any questions about the application process or the program in general, please contact us toll free at 866 619 9900 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.