University of New Brunswick
The University of New Brunswick was established in 1785 and is Canada’s oldest English speaking university. It is one of Canada’s top comprehensive universities, where students can choose from over 60 undergraduate and graduate level programs. UNB's leadership is committed to providing the premier environment for their students, faculty and staff in which to learn, work and live. UNB is a community of scholars, students, and leaders. They place a high value on international classrooms and perspectives. International students from over 90 countries make up almost 12% of UNB’s student population.
Founded in 1785, University of New Brunswick offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 60 disciplines and continuing education in a variety of fields. It is committed to providing a positive learning and working environment, one in which all members of the community are respectful and respected as individuals. The university strives to foster a welcoming and supportive community, where every person feels empowered to contribute. It’s mission is to create the premier university environment for the students, faculty and staff in which to learn, work and live.
At UNB, students can choose between two beautiful, distinctly different campuses. The Fredericton campus is located in New Brunswick’s capital city, while the Saint John campus is located in the province’s largest city.
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