Université de Moncton is Canada’s largest French-language university outside Québec. The university’s three campuses are located in New Brunswick’s francophone regions at Edmundston, Shippagan and Moncton.
Université de Moncton offers 160 study programs, including 45 at the master’s degree level and four at the doctorate level. Fields of study include administration, arts, education, engineering, forestry, law, nursing, nutrition, psychology, sciences, social work, etc. More than 35 research centers, chairs, and institutes have been established over the years.
The student population originates mainly from New Brunswick but also from almost all countries of the Francophonie internationale. The university benefits from many exchange programs and institutional agreements supporting student mobility at the international level. Numerous international internships are made available to students every year. Université de Moncton is one of the few francophone universities in Canada that offer international students the opportunity to work and study at the masters level.
Over 6,200 students are enrolled at Université de Moncton. They benefit from a personalized teaching style with quality that can only be provided in a medium-sized university. With one of the lowest faculty-student ratios in the country, exchanges between the professors and students and the overall quality of learning are enhanced.
The Edmundston campus of the University of Moncton is located in Madawaska County, in north-western New Brunswick. Its population is 34,071 inhabitants (2006) of which almost half live in the city of Edmundston (16,643 inhabitants in 2006 according to Statistics Canada). With 98% of its population having French as their mother tongue, Edmundston is the most French of the eight major cities of New Brunswick. The city of Edmundston is divided into four quarters (Edmundston, Saint-Basile Saint-Jacques and Verret).
Scholarships and Financial Aid
The Scholarships and Financial Aid site offers a wealth of information, whether on a student loan, the student budget, the scholarships for prospective students, the scholarships for current students or funds to repair. The team is at your service if you wish to speak with a member of the team for more details or clarification.
Remember to check the General Index of scholarships there may be scholarships for which you can apply. The Index contains information of scholarships offered by organizations willing to provide us information about their scholarships. This is by no means an exhaustive list of scholarships available to students. The site Boursetudes.com also provides a wealth of information on scholarships available to Canadian students.
Clubs and Associations
The many clubs and associations give you the opportunity to meet friends who share your interests in fields as diverse as environment, student politics and chess.
Arts and Culture
The sociocultural UMCE offers a range of social and cultural activities promoting a vibrant student life. Participate in the sociocultural life of UMCE to: develop new passions, share your talents, meet new people and new challenges. You are invited to enjoy workshops / courses offered free to students, to join a committee / group, to attend various entertainment activities and a variety of shows.
Sports and Recreation
The Sports Department of the University of Moncton, Edmundston campus, offers a range of recreational and competitive for its students. Intramural programs and the network of representative teams meet individual and collective needs of the entire university community. Promoting personal development and good health are the core values of Sports Services.
Conferences and Public Interest Activities
Learn about conferences, debates, seminars, workshops and other public interest activities presented at the Campus regularly checking the calendar of events.
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