University of New Brunswick - Master's Degree
- Average Tution USD 13,673
- Students 11,400
- International Students 20%
- Scholarships Yes
- Student-Faculty Ratio 16:1
Established in 1785, University of New Brunswick is one of North America's oldest public universities. Led by William Paine, the institution served as an academy of liberal arts and sciences that aimed to bring advantages and conveniences to the public. Today, University of New Brunswick prides itself with over 230 years of academic experience and continues to be a leading institution in the provision of quality education.
University of New Brunswick's strong reputation for being a leading institution in the provision of quality education attracts more than 11,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students from more than 100 countries across the globe each year. Composed of 12 schools and colleges, it offers 57 bachelor's and 45 master's degree programs in areas of arts, business, computer science, education, engineering, forestry and environmental management, kinesiology, law, nursing, and science. University of New Brunswick's Fredericton campus is also home to 13 different on-campus residences for students who want to stay close to the many academic, recreational, fitness and athletic facilities that the university offers.
Maclean's (CA) 6
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- Minimum GPA 2.70
- Minimum incoming TOEFL 80
- Minimum incoming IELTS 7.00
- Minimum incoming GMAT 550
Established in 1785
University of New Brunswick ranked no. 6 in Maclean's 2017 Comprehensive University Rankings in Canada.
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2011-2015, Bachelor’s Degree
I could not have asked for a better experience.
I completed my Bachelor's degree at UNB and could not have been happier. They offer phenomenal support in student services, academics, and extracurricular involvement. For those prepared to take advantage of the opportunities available, no student will be more prepared to go forward into the world than a UNB graduate. The Faculty of Arts in particular is worth mentioning as a stand-out sector of the university. The professors are at the top of their fields and the top of their teaching game. The staff who keep the faculty running inspire both a sense security and professionalism, while being friendly enough to make students feel at home. I would not trade my UNB Arts degree for any other.
2012-2014, Master's Degree (M.Sc.)
The best university with the best faculty and staff, in a wonderful city
I came here two years ago as an international student, but now I feel its home! I am bewitched by the beauty of this city, and its adorable people! So many wonderful professors and supportive staffs, they are unbelievably nice! I found a lot of awesome friends, who are always there to help! Thanks to my gorgeous supervisor Dr. Waugh, who patiently took my hand and showed me the way! Studying at UNB is definitly one of the best experience of my life!
2006-2011, Bachelor's degree
UNB in this place i understood the meaning of Professionalism
It will be my pleasure to recommend UNB although i was really sad when i heard that we were the last batch in Egypt's premises
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