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Transfer students

UNB welcomes students from other post-secondary institutions who are interested in studying at our campus. If you are currently studying (or have previously studied) at a post-secondary institution, you can apply to UNB Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management as a transfer student and be eligible to receive credit for post-secondary courses successfully completed. 

We currently have transfer agreements with many colleges across Canada for those who would like to complete a bachelor degree in our Faculty:  

College

Program

Algonquin College BSc Forestry program
College of the North Atlantic BSc Forestry program; BSc Environment and Natural Resources program (wildlife conservation major; environmental management major)
Fleming College BSc Forestry program; BSc Forestry program (urban forestry major); BSc Environment and Natural Resources program (all majors)
Holland College BSc Environment and Natural Resources program (wildlife conservation major; environmental management major)
Maritime College Forest Technology BSc Forestry program
NBCC Miramchi BSc Environment and Natural Resources program (water resource management major)
Sault College BSc Forestry program; BSc Environment and Natural Resources program (wildlife conservation major)

For any college program that is not currently on our list of transfer agreements, applying students will be assessed on an individual basis.

Admission assessment:

The first step is to apply to UNB. Once we have received your application and your transcripts, the admissions office and the Faculty will review them.

The Registrar's Office in Fredericton will notify you regarding acceptance into your requested program, including the number of transfer credits awarded.

All transfer student applications are assessed individually, and they must have maintained a 70% or higher on all courses.*

Students admitted to a UNB undergraduate degree program must complete at least one half (50%) of the program’s curriculum at UNB.

You can use our transfer credits lookup site to learn whether courses that you are taking, or plan to take, have previously been given transfer credit at UNB.

*Possession of minimum averages and/or grades does not guarantee admission.