university of new brunswick graduate tuition fees

Last Updated on December 13, 2022 by Omoyeni Adeniyi

University of New Brunswick (Fredericton): Rankings, Courses, Admissions, Tuition  Fee, Cost of Attendance & Scholarships

To better understand the financial reality of living and studying while attending UNB as a Graduate Student, we have created the following estimate of expenses for graduate students.

Expenses will consist of fees pertaining to the graduate program and living expenses. The fee structure will depend upon whether you are a domestic or international student, and whether you are in a research-based or course-based program. Some programs also require extra course fees.  Up-to-date tuition and fees information is maintained by UNB Financial Services please review their website for the tuition and fees for your program. 

The living expenses one can expect while living in New Brunswick are provided below. These are approximations and will be affected by to inflation and personal spending habits.

Accomodations$7,300.00
Food & living expenses$5,000.00
Books & supplies$2,000.00
Local travel$800.00

Master’s & PhD Tuition & Fees 

New Students Tuition & Fees

Students who began a new program of study in Fall 2019, or later.  This would include students who are being re-admitted to a program after an absence of 12 consecutive months.

Legacy Students Tuition & Fees

Students who were enrolled in a program in the 12 consecutive months prior to September 2019, and are continuing in their program.  Legacy graduate tuititon rates will end in 2024.

To confirm your enrolment status, please contact the Registrar’s Office on your campus (contact information below).

Tuition and Fee Inquiries 

For inquiries on graduate tuition and fees, email Grad Fees 

To inquire about your enrolment status, contact the Registrar’s Office on you campus:

Undergraduate tuition and fees

Tuition is what you pay for the courses you take. Fees are for specific services not included in tuition costs, including those collected on behalf of groups like the Student Union, student newspapers and student radio.

Tuition and fees for newly enrolled undergraduate students

The following tuition and fee estimates apply to all students who are beginning a new program of study in Fall 2021.

For full tuition and fee rates for new and continuing students – including legacy tuition rates – see Financial Services.

Degree program tuition

Area of StudyFrederictonSaint John
Arts$7,488$7,488
Business Administration & Applied Management$8,694$8,694
Computer Science$8,480$8,480
Education$7,488
Education (10 mth)$11,232
Engineering$8,838$8,838
Forestry & Environmental Management$7,840
Health$7,488
Health Sciences$7,488
Integrated Studies (BIS)$7,488
Kinesiology$8,338
Law$13,522
Nursing$8,838$8,838
Nursing Advanced Standing Program (Moncton)$13,257
Philosophy & Interdisciplinary Leadership (Renaissance College)$11,760
Science$7,488$7,488

Mandatory and student organization fees

FrederictonSaint John
Mandatory Fees$503.50$423
Student Union$120$140
Student Union Bursary$10
Health Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)$160$160
Dental Insurance (Fredericton | Saint John)$125$125
CHSR/CRSJ Fee$15$25
Brunswickan / Baron Fee$15$25
Total cost$948.50$898

Supplemental fees

FrederictonSaint John
International Differential Fee$9,753$9,753
International Emergency Health Insurance*$400$400
International Health Travel Insurance**$64.50$64.50
Engineering Program Fee$1,534$1,534
Software or Geological Engineering Program Fee$767$767
Education Practicum Fee$500
Education Out of Province Practicum Fee$500
BBA Program Fee$550
Law Students’ Society Fee$60
Nursing Program Fee$100$100
Nursing Advanced Standing Program Fee (Moncton)$100
BA – ABA course$1,800
Online Fee (per course)$100$100
First-year Orientation$80$40

Note:

In case of discrepancy in amounts between this page and Financial Services, the Financial Services page will be taken as correct.
Where the rates between two concurrent programs differ, the lower rate is applied
*Requires valid NB MEDICARE card to opt out of UNB Emergency Health Plan.

**Travel must be purchased once in the 12 months.

Learn more about tuition and fees at UNB

Payment deadlines

The deadline to pay your tuition varies by faculty and program. UNB charges a late payment fee of $75.

Masters in Business Administration tuition fees

Tuition is what you pay for the courses you take. Fees are for specific services not included in tuition costs, including those collected on behalf of groups like the Student Union, student newspapers and student radio.

The following tuition and fee estimates apply to all students who are beginning a new program of study in the upcoming academic year.

For full tuition and fee rates for new and continuing graduate students – including legacy tuition rates – see Financial Services.

Canadian full-time

Year 1  |  2021-2022 Academic year

Fee TypeCost
Tuition (per course fee based on10 courses)$12,830
GSA Health and Dental Insurance (1-year individual coverage)$550
GSA Universal Bus Pass$162
Graduate Student Association Fee$192
Mandatory Fees (based on 10 courses)$330
Mandatory Fees (per term)$174
Year 1 total$14,238

Year 2  |  2022-2023 Academic year

Fee TypeCost
Tuition (per course fee based on 8 courses)$10,264
GSA Health and Dental Insurance (1-year individual coverage)$550
GSA Universal Bus Pass$162
Graduate Student Association Fee$192
Mandatory Fees (based on 8 courses)$264
Mandatory Fees (per term)$174
Year 2 total$11,606
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Program total$25,844

Note:

  • In case of discrepancy in amounts between this page and Financial Services, the Financial Services page will be taken as correct.

International full-time

Year 1  |  2021-2022 Academic year

Fee TypeCost
Tuition (per course fee based on 10 courses)$12,830
International Differential Fee (per course fee based on 10 courses)$5,780
International Emergency Health Ins.*$600
International Health Travel Insurance**$64.50
GSA Health and Dental Insurance (1-year individual coverage)$550
GSA Universal Bus Pass$162
Graduate Student Association Fee$192
Mandatory Fees (based on 10 courses)$330
Mandatory Fees (per term)$174
Year 1 total$20,682.50

Year 2  |  2022-2023 Academic year

Fee TypeCost
Tuition (per course fee based on 8 courses)$10,264
International Differential Fee (per course fee based on 8 courses)$4,624
International Emergency Health Ins.*$600
International Health Travel Insurance**$64.50
GSA Health and Dental Insurance (1-year individual coverage)$550
GSA Universal Bus Pass$162
Graduate Student Association Fee$192
Mandatory Fees (based on 8 courses)$264
Mandatory Fees (per term)$174
Year 2 total$16,894.50
———-———-
Program total$37,577.00

Note:

  • In case of discrepancy in amounts between this page and Financial Services, the Financial Services page will be taken as correct.
  • *Requires valid NB MEDICARE card to opt out of UNB Emergency Health Plan.
  • **Travel must be purchased once in the 12 months.

Learn more about tuition and fees at UNB

Payment deadlines

The deadline to pay your tuition varies by faculty and program. UNB charges a late payment fee of $75.

Entrance Scholarships

Entrance Scholarships of $4,000 each will be granted to MBA applicants based on academic merits. All full-time applicants will be automatically considered for a scholarship when their applications are reviewed for admission. No separate application is required.

Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. To be considered for an award, the following minimum criteria are required:

  • Complete application package must be received by March 31;
  • Minimum GMAT score of 600; AND
  • Minimum undergraduate CGPA of 3.7/4.3.

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