Entrance requirements

Admission requirements for high school applicants can be found on the UNB Admission webpage at:  http://www.unb.ca/admissions/requirements/#

Transfer and Mature Applicants:

To be eligible for the basic degree program, transfer and mature students must have a minimum grade of 70% on each of the following Grade 12 academic high school courses (or the equivalent) with an overall average of 75% on the four: Biology, Chemistry, English and either Pre-calculus 110 or Foundations of Mathematics 120 (prior to September 2013, Functions and Relations). If a higher level Math course in the Pre-Calculus stream is presented, the math courses with the highest grade will be considered. In addition to these high school courses, transfer applicants must have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours of post-secondary studies with an average of 3.0 (B or 70%) or higher. For transfer applicants who have completed more than 24 credit hours, the admission average will be calculated on the most recent 24 credit hours of course work. The grades for all courses taken within an academic term will be included in this calculation, even if this results in exceeding the 24 credit hour requirement. Mature applicants must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours (or 4 courses) of university studies with an average of 3.0 (B or 70%). Preference may be given to those mature applicants who began and successfully completed this requirement within the year prior to the term for which admission is sought.