University of New Brunswick

Area of Study Biomedicine, Biology, Business, Creative Arts, Education, Engineering, Environmental Practice, Environment and Geoscience, Information Technology, Languages, Law, Marine Science, Politics, Psychology, Science, Sports and Exercise Science, Zoology
Course Language(s) English
Average Credit Load 12-15 credits
Semester dates Fall September - December
Winter January - April

About the University

Founded in 1785, the University of New Brunswick (UNB) offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 60 disciplines and continuing education in a variety of fields. UNB’s student population is made up of over 10,000 students from more than 100 countries. UNB houses more than 20 leading research institutes and centres, and over 65 major research laboratories. Technology that has been used by Google Maps was developed at UNB.

Location

Fredericton and St Johns, New Brunswick, Canada

Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick in eastern Canada, on the St. John River. It’s known for its Historic Garrison District, an 18th-century British army base now home to a Changing of the Guard ceremony, artists’ studios and an outdoor theatre. The Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s Canadian and international collections are nearby. Just south, Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market sells seasonal produce and crafts. Fredericton boasts the highest concentration of craft breweries and tasting experiences in the Maritimes.

Saint John is a city on the Bay of Fundy, in New Brunswick, Canada. It’s known for the Reversing Rapids, a phenomenon caused by bay tides colliding with the Saint John River. Food and craft stalls fill the Saint John City Market, in an 1876 building. On a peninsula nearby, trails wind through Irving Nature Parks salt marshes, volcanic rock and forests. The 1913 Imperial Theatre stages plays, concerts and dance.

Exchange information

Courses available

For more information on courses available visit the UNBE website.

Accommodation

UNB Saint John has two campus residences, housing 200+ graduate and undergraduate students. Suites, single and double-rooms are available, and each residence has TV -lounges, study rooms and quiet floors. Visit the website for detailed information about each residence and to find application forms.

Cost of living

Cost of living varies depending on personal needs, the estimated cost of living for one term (Fall, winter or summer) including on-campus accommodation, food, health insurance, transport, textbooks and supplies and spending is estimated at CAD 8,000-10,000.

See current exchange rates.

Visa requirements

Australian exchange students who will be studying in Canada for less than six months do not need a Study Permit. If you intend to study for a full year you must apply for a Study Permit.


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