University description (as per official university website)
UNB Saint John can take you places you never dreamed a university could. Like a classroom where the professor knows your name. Or knee-deep into a muddy marsh in the name of research. UNB Saint John can take you toward your own future.
With 3,000 students, UNB Saint John provides an interactive learning experience tailored to your interests. Classes are interactive with award winning instructors and provide opportunities for you to debate, question, work, and practice in labs or clinicals. It's about experience as well as knowledge.
We'll help you along the way:
* An academic advisor to guide you through your university experience.
* Opportunities to contribute to new knowledge through paid part-time undergraduate research.
* Real job experience through co-ops in the community or work studies on campus.
* Refine your lab skills on-campus and in the field.
* Clinicals that allow you to develop caring and nursing skills with real patients
* Case student learning styles that address real issues in the community.
* Assistance from professors and student services staff.
At UNB Saint John, learning is a two way street where you will have the chance to contribute, develop, add to your resume and explore areas you're interested in. Participate, and we'll help you find your way.
Applying for admission to UNB Saint John is quick and easy! These pages will outline what we'll look for according to the degree you're applying to. Then simply apply (online or with a paper application available from UNB Saint John or your school counsellor), with the application fee of $45.00 and have your transcripts sent to us. Full application instructions are included on the application. Normally, we'll get back to you in two weeks!
Admission to UNB Saint John is based on academic pre-requisites identified by the faculties as being the minimum background required to handle the curriculum presented in the program.
UNB Saint John reserves the right to change admission requirements.
The admission average is the average of the six courses required for admission. For those students who have required courses that are being taken in the second semester of high school, and for which grades are not available, the prerequisite course (usually grade 11) will be used to make a grade estimate for the specific admission course. Please note that UNB Saint John does not accept ‘mid-term’ grades.
Electives are other courses (besides the specifically named courses) that may be used towards your admission average. They are grouped according to the degree you are applying to. In the event that you have multiple elective courses we consider acceptable and appropriate for the degree you are applying to, UNB Saint John will choose the elective courses with the highest grades to consider towards the admission average.
The scholarship average is the average of all acceptable courses from grade 11 and first term grade 12. All courses listed in the following pages are considered to be academic by UNB Saint John.
The Science Average is based on grade 12 Math, and the best two of grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.