Computer Science Students Interested in Studying Abroad

  • Many opportunities exist to study abroad and earn UNB course credit.
  • These wonderful opportunities enable students to expand their horizons while increasing their marketability.  
  • The Faculty of Computer Science has two relatively new, fully-funded exchange programs:
    • Canada - European Union Student Exchange Program
      • This program encourages Computer Science students to study with one of the European partners, either the Warsaw University of Technology in Poland, the Fachhochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg in Germany or the University of Crete (and Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas) in Greece, for a term, an entire year or for simply a summer course.  More information is available here or from the contacts below.
    • Students Exchange Program in Intelligent Computer Systems (SEPICS)
      • This program encourages both senior undergraduate and graduate students interested in the areas of AI, Intelligent Systems, or Machine Learning to spend 4 months studying or doing some research with one of the European Partners, either Universite de La Rochelle in France, the University of Glamorgan in the UK or the Technological Educational Institute of Crete in Greece.  More information is available here or from the contacts below.
  • Read about the experiences of our very own CS students.


  • Michael Fleming
    • Assistant Dean (Undergraduate), Faculty of Computer Science
    • ITC-323,