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Future students

Our future might be uncertain, but one thing is for sure: we're here to help you make the transition to university life. Whether you need clarification on admission requirements, guidance on summer courses for first year students or help completing your application, we're here for you.

What's happening at UNB

News and events on our Fredericton and Saint John campuses

  • Call for reviews of COVID-19 contact tracing apps
  • Bachelor of Health program now accepting applications
  • UNB's economic impact
  • Recognizing our nurses
  • Get a head start on university

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates

Our top priority is the safety and well-being of the UNB community. We’ve been working closely with federal, provincial and local health authorities and are committed to keeping our community informed. Regular updates will be posted on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates page.

UNB Updates on COVID-19       Postponements and Cancellations

UNB at a glance

Stories of creativity, innovation & community that you'll find #OnlyHere

Climate Change Action Plan

UNB is the first post-secondary institution in New Brunswick to implement a Climate Change Action Plan. With a vision for a carbon neutral UNB in 2050, this plan outlines strategies that will help us make changes to our infrastructure, while shifting campus behaviours and increasing efficiency.

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New bachelor of health program

The bachelor of health program at UNB Saint John is unique in Canada, offering an interdisciplinary curriculum that integrates arts, business and science. The innovative four-year degree program focuses on all aspects of health, with core courses covering the biological and social determinants of health, current health issues and the management of healthcare services.

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We have a lot to be proud of at UNB

Here, we encourage initiative, exploration, critical thought and innovation, helping the members of our community to realize their full potential.

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Piluwitahasuwin

The Piluwitahasuwin, or Assistant Vice‐President Indigenous Engagement, is “one who promotes change in a good way toward truth,” and serves as a vital link between UNB and Wabanaki and Indigenous communities.

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Experiential Education

Students are interested in the extraordinary, transformative opportunities they can’t find anywhere else. UNB provides students with tangible, real-world applications to apply and enhance their learning.

Explore a world of opportunities