Founded in 1785, the University of New Brunswick is one of the oldest public universities in North America. UNB offers a university environment with two campuses in two dynamic cities - Fredericton and Saint John. Today, UNB has over 60 exchange agreements with universities abroad. Students have the elaborate choice of more than 80 undergraduate and graduate programs to pursue during their stay at UNBF. At UNB, we strive for education that goes well beyond the classroom where the academic blend with the social, recreational and cultural for our over 12 000 students. With our over 50 special interests clubs and our 18 varsity teams university-wide, exchange student can fully integrate into this vibrant mid-size university. For more facts and figures about UNB, please visit www.unb.ca/welcome/facts.html.
Even with our midsize campus, UNB doesn’t feel so big. UNBF maintains an average ratio of students/professor of 15:1. Our campus life is very lively and offers a wide range of events and activities all year round. With your international experience at UNBF, you can make life-long friendships while getting a more cosmopolitan view of the world through your stay and studies here.
With our midsize campus, you never get lost in the crowd:
" I found UNB Fredericton to be a community instead of a competition. There was a feeling of being lost in the group in Ontario . I received messages and schedules personalized toward me. It was that personal touch that is such a huge selling point at UNB. I’ve learned to balance academics and athletics and my marks have gone up five per cent since I started swimming. The people at UNB have gone out of their way to help me whether it was a tour of the school, getting notes photocopied or help with a professor. Campus life has been outstanding for me."
-Daniel Monid , Third year business student , Mississauga, Ont.
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UNBF has a dynamic campus life teeming with lots of events and activities to fit your needs and peak your interest. From conferences, to cultural fairs and improving your interview skills seminar, students can participate to these around the year.
To keep updated on news & events at UNB, visit www.unb.ca/news/.
UNB has over 50 special interest clubs and societies university-wide.
For more information visit www.unbf.ca/clubs/
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