The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is Canada's oldest English-language university and is located on the beautiful east coast of Canada. UNB is a leader in research and innovation with a focus on entrepreneurial success. Over 75 undergraduate and graduate programs are offered, with a student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1. UNB also has the third-highest student graduate rate in Canada.
One in two students joining UNB straight from high school receives a scholarship. The university provides over CAD 9 million in undergraduate awards each year. Academic and personal support is available 24/7, and students receive help in a safe environment where security services are always available.
New Brunswick, Canada
UNB has two main campuses in the Canadian province of New Brunswick: one in Fredericton and one in Saint John. The province has a low cost of living and boasts many beaches, parks, lakes and other areas of natural beauty. Travel + Leisure named New Brunswick one of the top 50 places to visit in 2020. Montreal can be reached by plane in one and a half hours, Toronto in two, and it takes six and a half hours to drive to Boston.
The Fredericton campus was established in 1785, and the Saint John campus in 1964. These are two of New Brunswick's largest cities. Both campuses are small and friendly, with more than 10,000 undergraduate students combined from over 100 countries. The student experience is fun and memorable and there are over 120 clubs and societies available for students to join. With a focus on community and a welcoming culture, it's easy to make long-lasting friendships in and outside of the classroom.