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2019-2020


Located on the east coast of Canada, the University of New Brunswick (UNB) is big enough to deliver world-class teaching and research, but small enough to offer a personalized student experience. Our university is also consistently ranked among Canada’s top 10 comprehensive universities. We know that our students are looking for an education that prepares them for a global future and equips them with the critical thinking, resourcefulness and creativity to harness their true potential.

ESTABLISHED IN 1785

UNB is the oldest English-language university in Canada.

Education at UNB is about mentorship, collaboration and discovery. It’s about taking chances and believing in your power to create a future that matters.

OVER 75 PROGRAMS

Explore your passions and tailor your education with 75+ undergraduate and graduate programs to choose from.

LEADING RESEARCH FACILITIES

UNB houses more than 20 leading research institutes and centres and over 65 major research laboratories.

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STUDENT-TOFACULTY RATIO

At UNB, your professors know you by name.

24/7 SUPPORT

Whenever you need us, we are here to help you succeed with academic support, advising as well as health and well-being services in a safe campus environment.


unb.ca/admissions

unb.ca/studentlife/city-life The Province of New Brunswick is located on Canada’s east coast, just north of the American border. It is a beautiful, historic destination with a young, active population and lots to do. Whether you choose to live in Fredericton or Saint John, you’ll be surrounded by a supportive and welcoming community ready to make you feel at home.

Fredericton and Saint John have vibrant art and music scenes, fabulous farmers markets and endless places to explore outdoors. We’re also surrounded by picturesque rivers, ocean, parks and trails. Both UNB campuses are within a short driving distance of the cities’ main airports, connecting the campuses to the rest of the world.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES

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UNB has a team of integrated support staff available to help international students adjust to life in Canada and provide support throughout their time at UNB. The following services are available to students in Fredericton and in Saint John: •

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Access to an international student advisor as soon as you are accepted to UNB Airport pickup during designated arrival periods Orientation programs upon arrival Access to academic advisors and faculty mentors On-campus health clinics Math help centre Writing help centre Employment centre Accessibility centre Personal and career counselling Student union representation Access to a student advocate and human rights officer Cultural activities Athletic facilities and leisure activities Numerous student clubs and societies


unb.ca/international/apply

STEP 1 Complete the online application atapply.unb.ca. To avoid delays in the processing of your application, please complete the following: • Verify that the name on your application matches the name on your transcripts and the name that will appear on your passport. • Provide your permanent home address in your home country. • Provide your date of birth on the application. STEP 2 Pay the application fee (we can’t process your application without it). Our application costs $125.00 CDN and is non-refundable. Applicants can pay by: • Credit card (this option is not available in some countries). • Bank draft or certified cheque made payable to the University of New Brunswick. • Money order through a Canadian banking institution. • CIBC Student Pay Service. When paying by bank draft, certified cheque or money order, be sure to include your name and your application number so that the payment may be credited to your account. If needed, do not hesitate to contact the International Recruitment Centre (international@unb.ca) for help in arranging payment of the application fee. STEP 3 •

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Submit your documents. You need to mail us the following: Official or notarized transcripts/grades for ALL secondary or high school, colleges and universities you have attended. All applicants MUST disclose any prior or current attendance at a university or other post-secondary institution in Canada or abroad, regardless of whether they are seeking transfer credit. Failure to disclose this information may result in a rejection of the student’s application or subsequent suspension from UNB. If your transcripts are not in English, send a copy of the original transcript and provide a certified translation. If applicable, submit the results from any academic tests you have taken, such as Cambridge ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels, CXC, or others. If you are applying for direct admission to an undergraduate program at UNB and are not exempt from our English language requirements , submit your English language proficiency test score(UNB accepts IELTS, MELAB, TOEFL iBT, CAEL, CanTest and Pearson VUE). If you are applying to transfer from a post-secondary institution to UNB, you must submit official course outlines to be assessed for credit transfer. All course outlines must be provided in English. A course outline (also known as a syllabus) is a document that typically provides a detailed summary of topics to be covered in a course, titles of reading materials and the grading policy. If you are over the age of 21, you are considered a mature student and must submit a résumé of your education and work experience since high school.


unb.ca/international/financial

2019-2020 FULL-TIME INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FEES

The following costs and fees are for one academic year, beginning September 2019 and ending April 2020 (equivalent to two academic semesters). Tuition and fees are payable at the beginning of each semester. More information on UNB’s tuition and fees can be found atunb.ca/international/financial.

PROGRAM OF STUDY

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APPLICATION Arts (Arts, Arts & Science, Applied Arts) DEADLINE

TUITION AMOUNT (in Canadian currency) $16,655

Business Administration

$17,805

Computer Science

$17,602

Education

$16,655

Engineering (All disciplines)

$17,940

Forestry (Forestry and Environmental & Natural Resources)

$16,993

Kinesiology (Kinesiology and Recreation and Sport Studies)

$17,467

Law

$17,047

Nursing (includes Advanced Standing)

$17,940

Renaissance College (Bachelor of Philosophy)

$16,993

Science/Health Sciences/Information Science

$16,655

*Some faculties may charge a program fee. Concurrent program tuition fees can be found at unb.ca/international/financial **All tuition and fees are subject to Spring 2019 Board of Governors approval

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SCHOLARSHIPS

UNB provides millions of dollars in scholarship support to students each year. UNB offers entrance scholarships to international students ranging in value from $500 to $5,000 for year 1. If you’re eligible for an entrance scholarship, you’ll receive an offer in your letter of admission. To be considered for additional support, you must submit an entrance scholarship application. You can find it online atunb.ca/scholarships. Deadline is March 1. UNB has an annual scholarship program. Apply every year to be considered for scholarship support throughout your undergraduate degree.

BOOKS $1,000

HEALTH/DENTAL AND OTHER FEES $1,092 - $1,228*

RESIDENCE & MEALS $8,270 - $9,750*

ENTERTAINMENT $1,000

*All fees are subject to change without notice. These are strictly approximations for planning purposes only and cannot be guaranteed due to inflation, exchange rate


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FACULTY OF ARTS

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Bachelor of Arts (BA) Bachelor of Arts & Science (BAS) Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Concurrent (BA/BSc) Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Computer Science Concurrent (BA/BCS) Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA)

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FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration with Co-op (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration/Juris Doctor Concurrent (BBA/JD)

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Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BScE) Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Geological, Geomatics, Mechanical, Software Bachelor of Geomatics (BGeom) Diploma in Technology Management and Entrepreneurship (DTME)

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Education (10-month school year) (BEd) Bachelor of Education for First Nations (BEdFNS) Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CTESL) Certificate in Teaching French as a Second Language (CEFLS) Certificate in Early Childhood Education (ECE)

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Bachelor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Leadership (BPhil) Certificate in Leadership and Civic Responsibility

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FACULTY OF NURSING

Bachelor of Nursing (BN) Bachelor of Nursing Advanced Standing Program (BNASP)

FACULTY OF BUSINESS

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM) Bachelor of Applied Management in Accounting (BAMAC)

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FACULTY OF LAW

FACULTY OF LEADERSHIP STUDIES – RENAISSANCE COLLEGE

FACULTY OF ARTS

Bachelor of Arts (BA) Bachelor of Arts Co-op (BA) Bachelor of Education Concurrent (BA/BEd)

FACULTY OF SCIENCE, APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) Bachelor of Nursing (BN) Bachelor of Science (BSc) Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BScCS) Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE)

Juris Doctor (JD) Joint MBA/JD

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FACULTY OF SCIENCE

Bachelor of Science (BSc) Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Concurrent (BA/BSc) Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Computer Science Concurrent (BSc/BCS)

FACULTY OF KINESIOLOGY

Bachelor of Recreation and Sport Studies (BRSS) Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (BScKIN)

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FACULTY OF FORESTRY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Bachelor of Science in Forestry (BScF) Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Natural Resources (BScENR)

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS) Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BScSwE) Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Computer Science Concurrent (BA/BCS) Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Computer Science Concurrent (BSc/BCS)

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

For a list of courses required for entry into the program of your choice, visitunb.ca/international/admission

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UNB Fredericton Campus

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UNB Saint John Campus


unb.ca/recruitment

WINTER TERM APPLICATION DEADLINE : OCTOBER 1

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE : MARCH 1 SUGGESTED FALL TERM APPLICATION DEADLINE : MARCH 31 * •

It is still possible to submit an application past this date for some faculties, but applying early can ensure your application receives timely consideration.

*Application deadline for the Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Health Sciences is February 15.

SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS ANNOUNCED : APRIL 15

RESIDENCE CONFIRMATION DEADLINE : MAY 15 •

Confirm your room in residence by paying the residence application fee.

APPLY FOR A STUDY PERMIT : END OF MAY •

Apply at cic.gc.ca.

SUMMER •

Students receive residence room assignments and orientation information. Contact your faculty advisor for course registration.

WELCOME TO UNB : SEPTEMBER •

International student airport pickup. International student orientation.


Bachelor of Arts (BA) Bachelor of Arts & Science (BAS) Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Concurrent (BA/BSc) Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Computer Science Concurrent (BA/BCS) Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA)

ADMINISTRATION

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration with Co-op (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration/Juris Doctor Concurrent (BBA/JD)

Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS) Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BScSwE) Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Computer Science Concurrent (BA/BCS) Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Computer Science Concurrent (BSc/BCS)

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Bachelor of Education (10-month school year) (BEd) Bachelor of Education for First Nations (BEdFNS) Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CTESL) in Road, Teaching French a Second Language 100 Certificate Tucker Park Saint John,asNB, Canada E2L 4L5 (CEFLS) TEL. +01.506.648.5845 FAX +01.506.648.5846 EMAIL international@unb.ca Certificate in Early Childhood Education (ECE) unb.ca/international

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