Financial information for international students

Full-time international undergraduate student fees

The following tuition and fee estimates apply to all international students who are beginning a new program of study in Fall 2022.

For full tuition and fee rates for new and continuing students – see Financial ServicesFor inquiries on undergraduate fees or tuition, email stufees@unb.ca or phone (506) 453-4624.

International student tuition & fees

Note:

In case of discrepancy in amounts between this page and Financial Services, the Financial Services page will be taken as correct.
Where the rates between two concurrent programs differ, the lower rate is applied
*Requires valid NB MEDICARE card to opt out of UNB Emergency Health Plan.

**Travel must be purchased once in the 12 months.

Learn more about tuition and fees at UNB

Payment deadlines: Students are required to pay tuition and fees at the beginning of each semester.

Scholarships

UNB offers millions of dollars in scholarship support each year to offset some of the costs of a university education. Eligible international students include high school applicants, students transferring from another post-secondary institution as well as students continuing their studies at UNB.

International students can be considered for scholarships once they are accepted and while studying at the University of New Brunswick. All entrance students need to submit an entrance scholarship application. All continuing UNB students need to submit a scholarship application each year to be considered for scholarship support. The primary consideration for scholarship support at UNB is academic achievement.

Available opportunities

Financial aid

Students in financial need may be eligible for assistance. Financial aid is meant to supplement a student’s resources for university, not replace them. Needs-based support is handled through the Financial aid offices in Saint John and in Fredericton.

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