The world at your doorstep.
Mount Allison's International Centre is home to services related to international students, study abroad and exchange programs, multicultural programming on-campus, and the Mount Allison Semester Studies in English (MASSIE) Program.
Staff in the International Centre are committed to fostering the growth of a more multicultural and internationally-engaged campus through the delivery of programs, services and events that reflect the reality and importance of an increasingly inter-connected world.
Study at one of Canada's top undergraduate universities.
Find out how to apply to Mount Allison as a full-time international student seeking an undergraduate degree.
Our English pathway programs are designed for students who need extra time and training to meet English proficiency requirements.
Find valuable programs and services to help you thrive during your time as an international student at Mount Allison.
Travel opportunities at Mount Allison are made more affordable through travel grants, bursaries, and awards that can help pay for your international experience.
Visit the Faculty & Staff Gateway for information on:
- getting involved in internationalization
- sitting on the International Programs Committee (IPC)
- traveling for University business
- setting up exchange programs, research, or internship opportunities
- becoming a faculty or resource contact
- setting up an international field school or short-term study abroad program
Mount Allison has an established a network of strong collaborative international partner universities based on a common vision and shared goals.
In most cases, our International Centre is responsible for the establishment, management and development of strategic international partnerships that include exchange agreements.
Interested in becoming a partner university? Visit international partnerships.
Phone: +1 (506) 364-2263
After hours emergency line: +1 (506) 871-8483
Fax: +1 (506) 364-2263
Hours (Atlantic Time)
8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
1 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Office closes at 4 p.m. during the summer.
Wallace McCain Student Centre
#208 (2nd floor)
62 York Street
Sackville NB E4L 1E2