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WHY CHOOSING UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK.

The province of New Brunswick is located on Canada’s East Coast, just north of the American border.

UNB is the province’s largest public University.

UNB consistently rank among Canada’s top 10 comprehensive universities

UNB is one of Canada’s oldest English-speaking universities with more than 80 degree programs across two campuses –Fredericton & Saint John located on Canada’s beautiful East Coast.

Both campuses are an hour’s flight from Toronto and Montreal. Both campuses are within a day’s drive from New York City, Boston, Toronto and Montreal.

At UNB on the east coast, the air is clean, there is no traffic, and students enjoy plenty of opportunities to get involved – in the classroom, in the community, and in the great outdoors.

Depending on your program of choice, you 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. Fredericton and Saint John are both safe, clean environments in which to study, work and play.

Saint John Campus

Saint John is New Brunswick’s largest centre and is located on the renowned Bay of Fundy, home of the world’s highest tides and one of the marine wonders of the world.

The Saint John campus is a cozy, tight knit community.

The Saint John campus is surrounded by acres of land overlooking the Kennebecasis River, which makes for beautiful scenery and the chance to enjoy the outdoors. Combined with the university’s athletic facilities, this allows for the opportunity to live a healthy, active lifestyle.

Library services, a cafeteria, a health clinic, a tournament gymnasium, fitness centre, the Canada Games Stadium, competitive and recreational sports and multiple student clubs and societies.

Fredericton Campus

Fredericton is New Brunswick’s political capital and is nestled along the banks of the beautiful st.John River.

Fredericton offers all the resources of a big city, but with a friendly hometown feeling.

The UNB Fredericton campus is a ten minute walk from the charming downtown core, where students can enjoy bookstores, boutiques, and many restaurants and cafes.

Fredericton also offers a lively artistic scene, including theatre, art galleries, and musical performances.

Fredericton campus has fun events going on at any given time and a great mix of people from all different backgrounds and mindsets.

In many ways, campus is its own self-contained community. All of the amenities you could need are on site, including a bank, a bookstore, restaurants, a convenience store, three bars, a clothing store, a jewelry store and salon.

Facilities at Fredericton Campus: three libraries; several food service options; extensive student services; a health clinic; the currie Center, a state-of-the-art health facility; swimming and skating facilities; varsity and recreational sport; and multiple student clubs and societies.

PAID INTERNSHIPS

Most of UNB’s programs contain a practical experimental component to them, such as an internship, Co-op, or field placement.

Students have the opportunity to earn money, receive academic credit, apply knowledge and skills learned in a classroom and gain valuable workplace experience.

At UNB internships are being paid.

Exchange programs are also available at UNB.

International students can work on or off campus for up to 20 hours per week while they are registered as full-time students. (Students must first complete 6 months of study and then apply for an open work permit).

INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FEES
Estimated full-time undergraduate tuition and fees
Fredericton Saint John
Tuition $6,496 – Rs 175 392 $6,496 – Rs 175 392
Technology Fee $53 – Rs 1431 $53– Rs 1431
Facilities Improvement Fee $189 – Rs 5103 $189 – Rs 5103
Health Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)
$142 – Rs 3834 $142 – Rs 3834
Dental Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)
$118 – Rs 3186 $118 – Rs 3186
Installment Fee $30 – Rs 810 $30– Rs 810
Health Fee $53 – Rs 1431 $53– Rs 1431
Facility Access Fee $161 – Rs 4347 $0
Student Union $115 – Rs 3105 $140 – Rs 3 780
Student Union Bursary $10 – Rs 270 $0
First-year Orientation $65 – Rs 1755 $40 – Rs 1080
CHSR/CRSJ Fee $15 – Rs 405 $25 – Rs 675
Brunswickan/Baron Fee $13 – Rs 351 $20 – Rs 540
Total cost $7,460 – Rs 201420 $7,306 – Rs 197 262
Supplemental fees
Fredericton Saint John
International Differential Fee $8,500 – Rs 229500 $8,500 – Rs 229500
International Health Insurance* $966 – Rs 26082 $966– Rs 26082
Software, Geological & Forest Engineering Students $675 – Rs 18225 $675 – Rs 18225
Engineering Program Fee (all other full-time engineering students) $1,350 – Rs 36450 $1,350 – Rs 36450
Faculty of Law $3,833 – Rs 103491 –
Education Practicum Fee $500 – Rs 13500 –
BBA Program Fee $200 – Rs 5400 –

Scholarships, Bursaries & Prizes

The University of New Brunswick recognizes that the rising cost of education puts students in a tough financial position

That’s why they strive to keep tuition costs as low as possible and provide scholarships, bursaries and prizes to UNB students.

No additional forms are required. International students coming directly from high school who have an admission average of 80% of higher will automatically be considered for scholarship support.

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WHY CHOOSING UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK.

The province of New Brunswick is located on Canada’s East Coast, just north of the American border.

UNB is the province’s largest public University.

UNB consistently rank among Canada’s top 10 comprehensive universities

UNB is one of Canada’s oldest English-speaking universities with more than 80 degree programs across two campuses –Fredericton & Saint John located on Canada’s beautiful East Coast.

Both campuses are an hour’s flight from Toronto and Montreal. Both campuses are within a day’s drive from New York City, Boston, Toronto and Montreal.

At UNB on the east coast, the air is clean, there is no traffic, and students enjoy plenty of opportunities to get involved – in the classroom, in the community, and in the great outdoors.

Depending on your program of choice, you 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. Fredericton and Saint John are both safe, clean environments in which to study, work and play.

Saint John Campus

Saint John is New Brunswick’s largest centre and is located on the renowned Bay of Fundy, home of the world’s highest tides and one of the marine wonders of the world.

The Saint John campus is a cozy, tight knit community.

The Saint John campus is surrounded by acres of land overlooking the Kennebecasis River, which makes for beautiful scenery and the chance to enjoy the outdoors. Combined with the university’s athletic facilities, this allows for the opportunity to live a healthy, active lifestyle.

Library services, a cafeteria, a health clinic, a tournament gymnasium, fitness centre, the Canada Games Stadium, competitive and recreational sports and multiple student clubs and societies.

Fredericton Campus

Fredericton is New Brunswick’s political capital and is nestled along the banks of the beautiful st.John River.

Fredericton offers all the resources of a big city, but with a friendly hometown feeling.

The UNB Fredericton campus is a ten minute walk from the charming downtown core, where students can enjoy bookstores, boutiques, and many restaurants and cafes.

Fredericton also offers a lively artistic scene, including theatre, art galleries, and musical performances.

Fredericton campus has fun events going on at any given time and a great mix of people from all different backgrounds and mindsets.

In many ways, campus is its own self-contained community. All of the amenities you could need are on site, including a bank, a bookstore, restaurants, a convenience store, three bars, a clothing store, a jewelry store and salon.

Facilities at Fredericton Campus: three libraries; several food service options; extensive student services; a health clinic; the currie Center, a state-of-the-art health facility; swimming and skating facilities; varsity and recreational sport; and multiple student clubs and societies.

PAID INTERNSHIPS

Most of UNB’s programs contain a practical experimental component to them, such as an internship, Co-op, or field placement.

Students have the opportunity to earn money, receive academic credit, apply knowledge and skills learned in a classroom and gain valuable workplace experience.

At UNB internships are being paid.

Exchange programs are also available at UNB.

International students can work on or off campus for up to 20 hours per week while they are registered as full-time students. (Students must first complete 6 months of study and then apply for an open work permit).

INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FEES
Estimated full-time undergraduate tuition and fees
Fredericton Saint John
Tuition $6,496 – Rs 175 392 $6,496 – Rs 175 392
Technology Fee $53 – Rs 1431 $53– Rs 1431
Facilities Improvement Fee $189 – Rs 5103 $189 – Rs 5103
Health Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)
$142 – Rs 3834 $142 – Rs 3834
Dental Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)
$118 – Rs 3186 $118 – Rs 3186
Installment Fee $30 – Rs 810 $30– Rs 810
Health Fee $53 – Rs 1431 $53– Rs 1431
Facility Access Fee $161 – Rs 4347 $0
Student Union $115 – Rs 3105 $140 – Rs 3 780
Student Union Bursary $10 – Rs 270 $0
First-year Orientation $65 – Rs 1755 $40 – Rs 1080
CHSR/CRSJ Fee $15 – Rs 405 $25 – Rs 675
Brunswickan/Baron Fee $13 – Rs 351 $20 – Rs 540
Total cost $7,460 – Rs 201420 $7,306 – Rs 197 262
Supplemental fees
Fredericton Saint John
International Differential Fee $8,500 – Rs 229500 $8,500 – Rs 229500
International Health Insurance* $966 – Rs 26082 $966– Rs 26082
Software, Geological & Forest Engineering Students $675 – Rs 18225 $675 – Rs 18225
Engineering Program Fee (all other full-time engineering students) $1,350 – Rs 36450 $1,350 – Rs 36450
Faculty of Law $3,833 – Rs 103491 –
Education Practicum Fee $500 – Rs 13500 –
BBA Program Fee $200 – Rs 5400 –

Scholarships, Bursaries & Prizes

The University of New Brunswick recognizes that the rising cost of education puts students in a tough financial position

That’s why they strive to keep tuition costs as low as possible and provide scholarships, bursaries and prizes to UNB students.

No additional forms are required. International students coming directly from high school who have an admission average of 80% of higher will automatically be considered for scholarship support.

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