How to Apply

1. Choose your program

UNB offers a variety of programs across more than 30 departments and faculties.

2. Review the admission requirements

Admission requirements differ between programs, so be sure to have the correct programs admissions information, which are found on each program page. Some programs require the applicant to have a supervisor in advance- contacts can be found on each program page.

International applicants: We encourage you to apply at least six months in advance; if English is not your first language, Official English-Language Test Scores are required.

International admission requirements

3. Apply online

UNB’S online application is easy to use and allows you to upload documents and save your application at any stage. Apply now.

4. Upload program-specific documentation

For many programs you will need to upload additional documents such as a CV, Transcripts*, Statement of Interest, Sample of Writing, GRE or GMAT, and References (Referee Paper Form). If English is not your first language, Official English-Language Test scores are required. These documents are outlined in the programs listing.

5. Submit your application

Once you submit your application you will receive an email to make the application fee payment ($65 CDN). Once your payment has been made and your application is complete, it will be sent to the department for review. Applications usually take four to six weeks to process. Depending on the program, processing applications may take longer.

*Official transcripts are only required if you are accepted into the program. If you do not have unofficial transcripts to upload to your application at the time you are applying, please have your official transcript sent from the institution to:

  • University of New Brunswick, School of Graduate Studies, PO Box 4400, 3 Bailey Drive, Room 318, Fredericton NB, E3B 5A3

If you are applying as a graduate exchange student, please contact the Global Learning and Engagement. Do not apply online or submit your application directly to the School of Graduate Studies.