Master of Management Kingswood Campus Experience
What to Expect
Crandall Master of Management students hosted on Kingswood’s campus will take the Crandall Master of Management curriculum as explained in detail here, facilitated by Kingswood University. During the duration of the program, students may live in residence on Kingswood’s campus or they may find their own lodging in Sussex.
Those living on Kingswood’s campus will be able to enjoy the vibrant community atmosphere on campus. Get involved with intramural athletics on campus, visit Solid Grounds Café for a cup of coffee, and enjoy fellowship over meals in the dining hall. Students will also have the option of attending Kingswood’s chapel services, should they choose to do so.
We know that travelling to a new country to study at university can be a big adjustment. As an international student, Kingswood’s staff and faculty want to help make your transition as smooth as possible by being engaged and invested in your time here.
Kingswood is located in the friendly, picturesque town of Sussex, New Brunswick on the east coast of Canada. Sussex is central to the Atlantic Provinces and travel is made easy through the nearby Fredericton, Saint John, and Moncton international airports.
We are an accredited educational institution affiliated with The Wesleyan Church. The Kingswood experience is a highly effective integration of faith and learning based on these three pillars:
- Academic Excellence
- Practical Ministry Experience
- Intentional Spiritual Formation
Each of these tenets is a vital part of our mission—to form Christ-like servant leaders for global impact. We are a community of passionate Christian teachers and learners that embraces our responsibility and opportunity to prepare eminently qualified servant leaders to strengthen the local and global Church.
Home Away From Home
Leaving home is not easy for everyone. That’s why we are so proud of our residence experience for our on-campus students. Settle into your comfortable space and prepare to make this place your home away from home. We prioritize your safety with secured access and onsite Resident Directors. Each residence offers shared living spaces to make gatherings fun. You’ll soon discover the real residence experience is found in the lasting friendships you’ll build and the crazy fun you’ll enjoy as you live in community with others.
Home is where you hang your hat.
We have several residence options our students can consider when staying at Kingswood.
Ingersoll, Men’s Residence: This residence features double-occupancy rooms with bunked beds and shared bathrooms on each floor.
Joan Phillippe (JP), Women’s Residence: This residence is laid out in apartment-style pods, each consisting of 3 double-occupancy bedrooms with bunked beds, a bathroom, and a lounge area.
Tom Phillippe (TP), Men and Women’s Residence: This residence features spacious double-occupancy bedrooms with personal bathrooms adjoining each room.
Residence Fees & Meal Plans
Kingswood University offers several options for on-campus accommodations. All students living in residence are required to have a meal plan. Meal plans are also available for off-campus students.
|Housing Type/Fee||Per Term (15 Weeks)|
|Standard Housing (Ingersoll House, Joanne Phillippe)|
|Single Occupancy (subject to availability)||$2,210|
|Premium Housing (Tom Phillippe House)|
|Single Occupancy (subject to availability)||$2,495|
|Room Reservation/Damage Deposit (refundable)||$100|
*Family housing available upon request, subject to availability.
Explanation of Fees
Room Fee: Room furnishings include drapes, bed, mattress, dresser, chair, and desk. Bed and bath linens are not provided by the University. Students are responsible for the care of the room and the furnishings provided.
Room Reservation/Damage Deposit: All students must submit a $100 deposit to reserve a room in residence. The room deposit will be refunded at the end of the student’s enrolment, minus any costs incurred for repairs due to damage.
All full-time students living in residence are required to have a meal plan. Students may choose from 14 or 21 meals per week. Townhouse family students and off-campus students may purchase any of the meal plans. Students cannot transfer their meal plan privileges.
Per Term (15 Weeks)
|21 Meals per Week||$2,780|
|14 Meals per Week||$2,665|