Tuition and Fees

Tuition

Tuition is what you pay for the courses you take at university. 

At $6,007 per year for most programs at a full-time course load, the University of  New Brunswick's tuition rates are extremely competitive. In fact, UNB's tuition is among the lowest in the Maritimes.

For inquiries on undergraduate fees or tuition, e-mail Student Fees.

For inquiries on graduate fees or tuition, e-mail Graduate Fees.

Fees

Aside from tuition, there are also a few other fees, some mandatory and some optional. Most universities have fees for specific services that are not included in tuition costs.

Late Payment Fee

Please note that the fee payment deadlines are listed in the academic calendar.  If tuition is not paid by the due date, a $50.00 late payment fee will be charged.

 

Estimated Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition and FeesFrederictonSaint John
Please note: In the case of a discrepancy in amounts on this page and the Financial Services page, the Financial Services page (click here) will be taken as correct
Tuition $6,007 $6,007
Technology Fee $51
Facilities Improvement Fee $181
Health Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John) $142
Dental Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John) $118
Installment Fee $30
Health Fee $51
Facility Access Fee $153 $0
Student Union $95 $140
First-year orientation $65 $40
CHSR/CRSJ Fee $15 $20
Brunswickan/Baron Fee $13 $20
Total Cost $6,914 $6,800

Supplemental fees:FrederictonSaint John
International Differential Fee $7,275 $7,275
International Health Insurance* $906 $906
Engineering Program Fee (all full-time engineering students) $1,000 $1,000
Faculty of Law $3,550
Education Practicum Fee $500
BBA Program Fee $100

 * Health insurance rates for international students are based on a 12 month single rate of $906.00. Please refer to the International Health Insurance Table for more information and family rates. 

University education is accessible

There are many different options available to help you fund your university education. Examples include scholarships, bursaries and student loans. All you need to do is apply for them.

There is also a lot of flexibility when it comes to payment. There are a number of options and installment plans so that you don't have to pay all at once; just get in touch with your campus Financial Services offices in Fredericton or Saint John. They can also assist you with budgeting and other sources of funding.