UW Oshkosh
   

University of New Brunswick, Canada


Location
: Fredericton, Canada
Dates: early Sep - mid Dec and/or early Jan - late Apr
Courses: Arts, Science, Business, Forestry, Computer Science, Kinesiology, Nursing and Education
Accommodation: dormitory
Program Model: Student Exchange
Contact: Office of International Education

   

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh-University of New Brunswick (UNB) at Fredericton exchange was created to provide students with the opportunity to study for one academic semester or one year at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, capital city of New Brunswick, Canada.

Founded in 1785, UNB currently hosts students from over 98 different countries and offers over 50 special interest clubs and societies university-wide, including an International Student Association.

UNB Overview for incoming international exchange students.

The province of New Brunswick is located in Eastern Canada just above the New England States, between Quebec and Nova Scotia. It's about eight driving hours from Boston and ten driving hours from Montreal. It is a very scenic province, with farms, forests, beautiful rivers, and spectacular coasts. The capital city of Fredericton has a population of about 55,000. The official languages of New Brunswick are English and French. (map) The University of New Brunswick Fredericton campus, with approximately 8,000 full-time students, is located along the St. John River only a fifteen-minute walk from the downtown area.

*When reading information on the UNB site intended for international students studying at UNB, please keep in mind that you will be an "exchange" student. Information in the UNB Handbook for exchange students will all apply to you, but information you may find on the site for "incoming international students" (this includes students who will attend UNB for four years and graduate from UNB) may or may not pertain to you. Some of the information in these handbooks may be contradictory; in this case, information pertaining to exchange students will apply.

 

Program Application & Guide
UNB Campus
     
January 25, 2013