Our campuses

Fredericton campus in the fall

Established in 1785, we are among the oldest universities in Canada and have been awarding graduate degrees since 1830. We were also recently named one of Canada’s most entrepreneurial universities, affirming our unique and invigorating blend of rich, scholarly tradition with cutting-edge programs.

Across our two campuses in Fredericton and Saint John, we host more than 1,500 graduate students from a wide array of countries which lends an additional exciting cultural diversity to our UNB community.

UNB Fredericton

Fredericton is the original campus of UNB, dating to 1785, and one of the most beautiful campuses in the country with its red brick, ivy-covered Georgian architecture and lush landscape. Situated attractively on the banks of the Saint John River, Fredericton is New Brunswick’s capital city, and is ranked as one of the best places to live in Canada.

As the provincial capital, it is also the center for a variety of provincial and federal government agencies, and advanced education, research, and innovation. It's bustling sidewalk cafés, live entertainment nightly, theatre, sports, festivals make downtown Fredericton a lively center, and just a 10-minute walk from campus.

UNB Saint John

The Saint John campus is located in the province’s largest city and commercial centre. Saint John offers vibrant arts and entertainment community and a historic harbour-front of lively sidewalk cafés, restaurants and shopping. Situated on the Bay of Fundy, Saint John features rugged coastal landscapes intertwined with forests and wetlands.

You can explore both campuses using our interactive map!