University of New Brunswick

University of New Brunswick offers under-graduate and graduate degrees in more than 60 disciplines and continuing education in a variety of fields. Its 10,000 students come predominately from Canada, but increasingly from all over the world.

The oldest English-speaking university in Canada and one of the oldest public universities in North America, University of New Brunswick traces its origins back to 1785. With over 200 years of teaching and producing quality graduates, UNB now boasts 55,000 alumni from around the world in over 100 different countries - giving the university one of the largest and most diverse populations of international students in Canada.

We are locally engaged and nationally relevant. We are leaders in research, innovation and entrepreneurship. We do more than respond to jobs needed today. We create the industries and opportunities of the New Brunswick of tomorrow.

Our students have the skills and the confidence to manage complexity, think critically and communicate clearly. They are problem solvers and leaders, full participants in a healthy and vibrant democracy.

Our mission is to inspire and educate our people to become problem solvers and leaders in the world, undertake research that addresses societal and scientific challenges, and engage with our partners to build a more just, sustainable and inclusive world. We aspire to be a university of influence through excellence and innovation in research and teaching to enable positive social change across our communities.

New Brunswick and Canada need bold new ideas and decisive action to secure a more prosperous and just future. We will create and share the knowledge that is essential to push society forward. Over the next 10 years, UNB will tackle society’s great challenges head-on and create positive change. This is our mission of service to our province and the world.


Programs Location
Applied Management - Hospitality and Tourism Fredericton


The campus is located within walking distance of the vibrant downtown core. University of New Brunswick offers more than 170 different areas of study, so you can choose the career path that suits you best. Whichever program you choose, the emphasis at UNB is on academic excellence, and helping you achieve it!


First-year students do better socially and academically when they stay in residence. Living in residence gives you the freedom of living on your own while providing the support you need to transition successfully to university life. 

UNB has 16 residences to choose from - 13 on the Fredericton campus and three on the Saint John campus.


University of New Brunswick

3 Bailey D
E3B 5A3 Fredericton, NB


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