These pages bring you in-depth articles, insights and stories about new developments within the College of Extended Learning.
- January 20, 2015 - 5 Reasons to Combine Travel & Study: The University of New Brunswick (UNB) Faculty of Arts is offering five exciting 3-week travel study programs that blend a love of travel with your passion for learning. But why travel study? To find out, check out UNB’s top 5 reasons! Read more.
- April 4, 2013 - UNB Autism Student Opens Up About Living with Aspurger's Syndrome: Peardon, a second year UNB Bachelor of Arts student, wants to educate others about Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) and what it is like to live with a disability in today’s society. Read more.
- March 27, 2013 - NYC Travel Study Information Session: Join Program Director Jeff Brown on Wednesday, March 27th at 2:00pm to learn more about the upcoming NYC Travel Study Program. Read more.
- February 10, 2013 - CEL Creates New Program for Senior Business Leaders: Anyone who has excelled in business knows that it can be lonely at the top. That's why UNB CEL has developed the new Executive Education Program: Transforming Leadership, which offers business leaders the opportunity to come together with like-minded executives to connect and collaborate—and transform their leadership skills and their organizations. Read more.
- October 20, 2011 - What to Expect When You Sign Up For An Online Course: No matter where you live, or how busy your schedule, online courses allow you to work toward a credential at your convenience. Read more.
- April 12, 2011 - Tracey Martineau Adult Learner Example: 20 percent of UNB students are over the age of 25. The University of New Brunswick’s College of Extended Learning celebrates the courage and dedication of adult learners everywhere. Read more.
- December 2010 - BIS: The University of New Brunswick’s Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) is a degree completion program designed for adult students who have previous post-secondary study. Read more.
- December 2010 - Certificate Programs help to advance careers: Rapid advances in technology and the global economy have changed the way we work and live. Keeping pace and remaining competitive requires continuous learning. For people balancing family, full-time employment, and other commitments, keeping up with these changes can be challenging. Read more.
- December 2010 - Making Learning Accessible: The college [of Extended Learning] was established to focus the university’s resources and talent toward continuous and lifelong learning. Read more.