University of New Brunswick
|PROGRAM LOCATION :||Fredericton, Canada|
|SPONSOR:||Texas A&M International University|
|PROGRAM DURATION:||Summer, Semester or Year|
|ACADEMIC AREAS:||Arts and Humanities, Business Administration, Engineering, Kinesiology, Nursing, Sciences|
The University: UNB traces its origins back to 1785 and is one of the oldest public universities in North America. UNB consists of two main campuses, one in the city of Fredericton and the other in the city of St. John. Combined student population is more than 11,400 with the fast majority being at the Fredericton campus. UNB has 14 faculties, of which Fredericton hosts arts, business administration, computer science, education, engineering, forestry and environmental management, kinesiology, law, nursing, Renaissance College and science programs. Saint John hosts arts, business, and science, applied science and engineering programs.
Location: The city of Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick and one of Eastern Canada's most picturesque locations situation on the beautiful Saint John river. It has a regional population of 125,000 people. The campus is located within walking distance of the vibrant downtown center which boasts Canada's first wireless zone.
Students may participate in this program for summer, semester or an academic year. For either of these sessions, students select from courses offered through UNBs academic departments grouped under the different faculties. With English as the main language of instruction, UNB is extremely attractive to TAMIU students from all different academic backgrounds.
Living in residence is part of the student's total academic experience. There are fifteen residence houses at UNB, three men's, two women's, eight co-ed, one apartment style and one suite style. The rooms are furnished with desks, bookshelves, beds, dressers, and wardrobes. Within each residence, lounges, study rooms, laundry and other facilities are also provided. Residents, with the exception of those staying at Maggie Jean Chestnut dormitory, are required to participate in the residence dining programs.
Additional housing information can be found by clicking here.
Costs for this program are estimated and subject to change. For more information, please contact OSA to schedule a Study Abroad information session.
FINANCIAL AID and SCHOLARSHIPS
TAMIU financial aid may be applied to the costs of studying abroad. Students interested in receiving financial aid should:
- Inquire about direct financial aid with the Office of Financial Aid
- Complete and submit the FAFSA by the appropriate deadline
- Request a study abroad budget from OSA (OSA will be provided once the student has completed his/her full study abroad application)
In addition to financial aid, qualified students may apply for institutional and external scholarships.
Deadlines are listed below. For full consideration, students must submit all supporting documents by those dates. Only complete applications will be accepted.
Fall Semester Program - March 1
Spring Semester Program - September 15
Summer Program - March 1