Study in New Brunswick

Study in New Brunswick

Located on Canada's east coast, New Brunswick is known for its unique lifestyle, friendly people, and a safe environment. The province is fast becoming a favourite destination of international students due to its affordable lifestyle, easy access to urban centres, and universal government-funded health care.

New Brunswick is looking to increase the number of immigrants to 10,000 per year to reach the target of one million by 2040. Over the next decade, around 120,000 jobs will be available in the province. The province is offering an excellent opportunity for international students who want to study, work, and then immigrate to Canada.


Due to the proximity to the ocean, New Brunswick has a moderate continental climate. Northern New Brunswick is usually warm in summers and cold in winters. On the other hand, the southern region is cooler in summers and milder in winters. the month of July is typically the hottest month in the Province of 22°C on the coast and 25°C inland. In January, the temperature usually drops to -7.5°C in the south and -30° to -35°C in the north.

Cities in New Brunswick

There are eight cities in New Brunswick, namely Bathurst, Campbellton, Dieppe, Edmundston, Fredericton, Miramichi, Moncton, and Saint John. The biggest one is Moncton, and its population over 72000, and the smallest city is Campbellton.


New Brunswick enjoys a modern transportation infrastructure consisting of Highways, Airways, rail, and ferries. The province has 18,000 kilometers of highways and secondary roads; three national airports at Fredericton, Moncton, and Saint John; train services that connect Moncton, Miramichi, Bathurst, Campbellton, and several smaller centers, and an extensive network of ferries.

Top places to visit in New Brunswick

  1. Fundy National Park
  2. Hopewell Rocks
  3. Roosevelt Campobello International Park
  4. Reversing Falls
  5. Fredericton's Garrison District
  6. The Fundy Trail Parkway
  7. Kingsbrae Garden
  8. Grand Manan Island
  9. Parlee Beach
  10. Cape Enrage

Top universities and colleges in New Brunswick

Mount Allison University

Situated in the heart of Sackville, Mount Allison University offers over excellent study programs in the areas including Science, Commerce, Arts, Fine Arts, Music. The university awards scholarships, bursaries, and financial aid to high achievers. The university has been ranked no.1 by Maclean's magazine for 21 of the past 29 years.

University of New Brunswick

Founded in 1785, the University of New Brunswick offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in over 60 disciplines. The university enrolled over 9500 undergraduate and graduate students in 2019 fall, which include many international students from India, China, Iran, Nigeria, and Us. The two main campuses of UNB are located in Fredericton and Saint John.

St. Thomas university

Founded in 1910, the St. Thomas University is home to over 2000 international students. In 2017, the university was ranked number one Canadian university for teaching students to write clearly and consistently.

Apart from these three government universities, there are three Private chartered universities in New Brunswick. Namely Crandall University, Kingswood University, and St. Stephen's University.

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