Explore what's relevant to you
These avenues will assist you with your career planning depending on where you are in your studies
- Future students
- Current students
- International students
- Graduating students and alumni
- Career myths
Connect your personal interests and academic aspirations to plan an exhilarating career
of Maritime high school students say preparing for a career is the most important reason for choosing a university
of first-year UNB students say "getting a good job" is their primary reason for attending university
of graduating UNB students indicate full-time employment is their immediate plan after graduation
Career Connections will help you figure out who you are – your strengths and interests – as you find which field of study and careers are right for you. Career Connections also helps connect you to the experts, workshops, and information you need to succeed in your studies and future work.
To guide you through your academic and career exploration, Career Connections includes information for future, current, and graduating students--as well as additional resources for international students. In this site, you will find:
On each campus we have the experts to help you in your academic and career development
In addition to the on-campus support offered, there are other resources that you can use as part of your career exploration and planning, as well as finding and securing employment during your studies or the summer.
There are many experiential learning opportunities at UNB. Several programs include work placements as part of their degree requirements. Other programs let you earn credit toward your degree through internships & co-ops. Additional experiential opportunities include the Work-study Program and The Summer Institute.
Career trends and job information in the media