New Brunswick is home to some of the oldest and best institutions in the country. Find out which programs they offer.
St. Thomas University offers a unique undergraduate experience where professors know your name. Its small size delivers a big university experience in the heart of NB's capital city. Specializing in social sciences and humanities, STU's commitment to global justice make it a national leader in helping students develop critical thinking and communications skills for life beyond university.
Known for its quality teaching, personalized approach, hands-on experiences, cutting-edge equipment and high placement rate, CCNB is a postsecondary training institution offering 84 programs leading to a choice of 950 careers. CCNB has five campuses in New Brunswick.
Three magnificent campuses; an impressive variety of quality programs, all offered in French; skilled and accessible professors; a generous scholarship program; a vibrant student life; modern and accessible buildings; and an excellent placement rate… that is the Université de Moncton! Situated at the heart of Acadie and proud of its language, the Université de Moncton is currently a destination of choice among Canadian and international Francophonie.
Located in the heart of downtown Fredericton, the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (NBCCD) empowers its students to achieve sustainable, creative careers in fine craft and design. We offer eight diploma programs, each focused on a specific field of fine craft and design; and two certificate programs—one program will expose you the foundational principles of visual art and design, the other is focused on creative entrepreneurship. Whether your creative goal is to start your own arts studio practice, get a job as a creative professional, or return to the classroom one day as an arts instructor in one of our programs, we give you the tools and opportunities to get there! Start your journey to your arts career with our Foundation Visual Arts program in Fredericton, New Brunswick; Saint John, New Brunswick; or online.
Established in 1785, the University of New Brunswick is Canada's oldest English-speaking university. With twin campuses in the cities of Fredericton and Saint John, UNB is proud to be a comprehensive university – with over 120 undergraduate programs and counting, as well as options for graduate studies, PhD and more.
UNB has an average first- and second-year class size of 31 students and an outstanding 16:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Maclean’s ranked UNB as having the best student-to-faculty ratio of all comprehensive universities in Canada and ranked first in student awards in all Atlantic Canada.
UNB offers nationally recognized degree programs in Arts, Business, Computer Science, Education, Environment & Natural Resources, Kinesiology, Nursing, Science and Law. UNB Fredericton offers some unique programs such as Leadership Studies (through Renaissance College), Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, Forestry, Environmental Management, and combined degrees with Arts and Computer Science or Arts and Science.
The Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT) in Fredericton, New Brunswick was established in April 1946 as a co-operative effort of the provincial governments of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and the wood-using industries of the two provinces. In 1980, a Bathurst campus was introduced to help serve the Francophone population.
MCFT specializes in natural resource education and has been graduating knowledgeable, skilled, and capable forest technicians for over 70 years. We devote 100% of our time to learning and working with students and faculty who are passionate about the outdoors and who want to make a difference in the natural resource sector. We instill within our graduates a land ethic that will guide them in their interactions with clients, employers, colleagues, and the environment in which they work.
MCFT has graduated over 3,300 students since 1946, and continues to produce quality graduates primed for work in the natural resource sector. They can be found in municipal, provincial, and federal government departments, working for NGO’s and non-profits, operating their own businesses, suppressing wildfire, and in many other exciting positions.
As one of New Brunswick’s largest postsecondary education institutions, NBCC drives social and economic wellbeing across the province. NBCC welcomes 11,000 learners each year through quality-assured, relevant training opportunities. Learners come to NBCC confident they’ll get the skills and education they need for the workforce. Our diverse learning experiences offer an edge in the workplace and position learners for greater impact in their communities and beyond.
Mount Allison University has been ranked the top undergraduate university in Canada by Maclean’s magazine more times than any other university. With degrees in Arts, Science, Arts & Science, Commerce, Fine Arts, and Music and more than 50 programs to choose from, the University offers a flexible liberal arts and sciences education that prepares students for any career path. Located in Sackville, New Brunswick, Mount Allison prides itself on providing a high-quality academic experience, combined with a variety of hands-on learning opportunities in a close-knit community. Students come from more than 80 countries around the world to make up a diverse, creative, and talented student body of approximately 2,300 students.
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