UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK 2010-11 APPLICATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION, RE-ADMISSION, TRANSFER AND SCHOLARSHIPS. FREDERICTON CAMPUS ONLY* APPLICANTS MAY APPLY ONLINE AT www.unb.ca Canada The deadline for applications other than Bachelor of Education applications, including required supporting documentation, is March 31 for the Fall term (September). Applications for Winter (January) start date must be received on or before November 15. Applications received late may be considered, space permitting, but only after earlier applications have been processed. The deadline for Bachelor of Education applications, including supporting documentation, is January 31. Applications received after that date will not receive consideration. International Given the lead time required for processing of visas, international students are encouraged to apply early. Nonetheless, offers of admission can be made throughout the year, until such time as competitions are declared closed. Scholarships To be considered for a scholarship, your application must be received by March 1. Please note, a separate application is required for the Currie Undergraduate Scholarships valued at $50,000 and the Beaverbrook Scholars Awards valued at $40,000 and is available on our web site at www.unb.ca/scholarships between September 1 and March 1. Residence Residence Applications will be included in your acceptance package. Address Applicants should send this booklet intact, together with fees and supporting documents to: Registrar’s Office UNB Fredericton P.O. Box 4400 Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3 Fax: 506 453-5016 * This application applies only to students applying for admission to the Fredericton campus. A separate application form for the Saint John campus can be obtained by calling the admissions office at 506 648-5670. INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE READ THIS SECTION CAREFULLY BEFORE COMPLETING YOUR APPLICATION. PROVIDE ALL INFORMATION REQUESTED; YOUR APPLICATION WILL BE PROCESSED WHEN ALL THE APPLICATION DOCUMENTS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED. 1. Each application for full-time or part-time studies must be accompanied by a $45 (CDN Funds) non-refundable application processing fee; this must be in the form of a cheque or money order payable to the “University of New Brunswick” or be charged to your VISA, MasterCard or American Express. University policy prohibits us from processing your application without the $45 processing fee. 2. High school applicants, please have your high school forward one official copy of your (Grade 11) secondary school grades as well as one official copy of your first semester (Grade 12) secondary school grades and your second semester (Grade 12) courses to the Registrar’s Office at the University of New Brunswick by the March 31 deadline. A complete, official transcript of your final Grade 12 grades is to be forwarded to UNB as soon as possible after they become available. You must arrange to have high school transcripts (and college/university transcripts, if applicable) mailed directly to the Registrar’s Office, University of New Brunswick. 3. Your application should be accompanied by all required supporting documentation with the exception of your official transcripts, which must be sent by your high school. 4. If you have attended high school in the USA or an independent secondary school following an American-based curriculum, you must request that your SAT 1 or ACT results be sent to the Registrar’s Office at the University of New Brunswick. 5. International students and landed immigrants whose native language is not English must submit the results of an English language proficiency test; TOEFL, MELAB (Michigan Test), IELTS (University of Cambridge), and CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment) have been approved for this purpose. This requirement may be waived in cases where the applicant has been in Canada for three or more years. In all cases, the University reserves the right to require proof of language proficiency before permission will be granted to register in academic courses. 6. Applicants who have been required to withdraw from UNB or any other university or college because of failure to meet academic standards, must provide (1) a personal letter explaining their previous poor academic performance and why they feel they will be successful if admitted and (2) a satisfactory letter of recommendation from an employer or an individual who can comment on the applicant’s ability to succeed in further studies. Additional evidence that the applicant is likely to be successful may also be requested. Such applicants will not be considered for admission/re- admission for at least 12 months from the time they were required to withdraw. 7. If you have attended or are attending a college or university, you must arrange to have official transcripts sent directly to the Registrar’s Office, UNB. 8. LLB Applicants should consult the Faculty of Law. 9. If you are applying for Education, Kinesiology/Recreation and Sport Studies, Nursing, or Bachelor of Integrated Studies, you must complete special forms (see program descriptions below). 10. All documents submitted in support of an application for admission become the property of the University of New Brunswick and will not be returned to the applicant or provided to other institutions. If you need help completing the application form, please contact U First: Integrated Recruitment & Retention at 1 888 895-3344 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. • BACHELOR OF EDUCATION DEGREE The Bachelor of Education program is available to those who have already satisfied the requirements for a Bachelor’s degree. Special supplementary forms, available from the Registrar’s Office, or online: https://www.unb.ca/sweb/application/programs/additional.html, must be submitted together with the University application form and application fee by all applicants. Early application is highly recommended. Faculty of Education Admission Advantage (FEAA) The Faculty of Education Admission Advantage (Fredericton Campus) offers exceptional high school and first year UNB students conditional acceptance into the Bachelor of Education program. FEAA students apply to the undergraduate program of their choice and the Bachelor of Education during their final year of high school, or while completing their first year of studies at UNB. High School students should complete the following steps: 1) Apply to an undergraduate program of your choice at UNB (indicate as choice one) and the FEAA (indicate as choice two) by March 31; 2) complete and return the Faculty of Education advance application package by March 31. FEAA application packages can be requested through the Registrar’s Office or found online: https://www.unb.ca/sweb/application/programs/education_feaa_hs.pdf. The application for the FEAA requires that the high school applicant present all courses necessary for admission to their first program choice with a calculated minimum UNB admission average of 80%. First Year UNB students must complete the FEAA application package by January 31. FEAA application packages can be requested through the Registrar’s Office or found online: https://www.unb.ca/sweb/application/programs/additional.html. The competitive application process for the FEAA requires that the first year UNB student applicant completes a minimum of 30 credit hours in their first year of study and achieves a minimum grade point average of 3.3. • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN KINESIOLOGY AND BACHELOR OF RECREATION AND SPORT STUDIES Mature applicants, and transfer students applying from another degree program or from a different college or university and applicants for re-admission to the Kinesiology Program are required to complete a special Faculty of Kinesiology supplementary form. This form is available at the Registrar’s Office or at www.unb.ca/application and must be sent as supporting documentation. High school students are NOT required to complete this form. • BACHELOR OF NURSING DEGREE The basic program covers 4 years of general/professional education and is offered in Fredericton, Saint John, Bathurst and Moncton. Early application is recommended (as soon as mid-year results are known). Special supplementary forms for this program must be completed and returned by the deadline. These forms are available from the Registrar’s Office or at www.unb.ca/application. • BACHELOR OF INTEGRATED STUDIES Mature and transfer students applying are required to complete a special BIS Supplementary form. This form is available at the Registrar’s Office or at http://cel.unb.ca/bis/apply.php and must be sent as supporting documentation. High school students are not eligible to apply. UNB STUDENT NUMBER (Office use only) SECTION A 1. PERSONAL INFORMATION LAST NAME/FAMILY NAME FIRST NAME AND MIDDLE NAME(S) PREVIOUS LAST NAME(S) DATE OF BIRTH MALE SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER DO YOU HAVE A DISABILITY FOR WHICH YOU WOULD REQUIRE YES SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS OR ASSISTANCE DURING YOUR TIME Y M D OF STUDY AT UNB? * FEMALE NO PLACE OF BIRTH (COUNTRY, CITY) COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP FIRST LANGUAGE CITIZEN STATUS IN CANADA CANADIAN CITIZEN PERMANENT RESIDENT STUDENT VISITOR OTHER (SPECIFY) (CHECK ONLY ONE) since when? since when? since when? Y M D Y M D Y M D 2. CURRENT MAILING ADDRESS The address where we can mail a reply to this application STREET ADDRESS, APARTMENT NUMBER, BOX NUMBER CITY OR TOWN PROVINCE COUNTRY POSTAL CODE COUNTY (NB, NS, PEI residents must complete this section) HOME TELEPHONE BUSINESS TELEPHONE E-MAIL ADDRESS 3. PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS Applicable if different from current mailing address (i.e. parents’ address) STREET ADDRESS, APARTMENT NUMBER, BOX NUMBER CITY OR TOWN PROVINCE COUNTRY POSTAL CODE COUNTY (NB, NS, PEI residents must complete this section) 4. INDICATE INTENDED STATUS APPLICATION FOR SESSION: REGULAR WINTER INTERSESSION SUMMER SCHOOL COMMENCING YEAR (SEPT-APRIL) (JAN-APRIL) (MAY-JUNE) (JULY-AUGUST) TYPE OF ENROLMENT FOR WHICH YOU ARE APPLYING: 1 FULL-TIME 2 PART-TIME NEW BRUNSWICK RESIDENTS ONLY: ARE YOU APPLYING UNDER THE MIRAMICHI CONSORTIUM PROGRAM? YES NO IF YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY APPLIED FOR ADMISSION TO UNB, STATE WHEN: MONTH YEAR IF YOU DID SO UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME, PLEASE PRINT HERE: 5. PREVIOUS EDUCATION INFORMATION LIST ALL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED INCLUDING UNB USE A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER IF NECESSARY FROM TO NAME OF SCHOOL CITY OR TOWN PROVINCE COUNTRY YEARS HIGH SCHOOL 1 HIGH SCHOOL 2 CEGEP (ACADEMIC) COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY 1 COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY 2 HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REQUIRED TO WITHDRAW FROM YES IF YES, STATE NAME OF INSTITUTION AND YEAR REQUIRED TO WITHDRAW: ANY POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION, INCLUDING UNB, NO YR. BECAUSE OF FAILURE TO MEET ACADEMIC STANDARDS? CURRENTLY ATTENDING: GRADE 11 GRADE 12 OTHER (specify) CURRENTLY ARE YOU ATTENDING? (CHECK ONE ONLY) 1 UNIVERSITY 2 COLLEGE 3 SECONDARY SCHOOL 4 NO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION * Should you have needs related to physical accessibility or require any accomodations to the learning environment, please contact the Student Accessibility Centre in Room 212, Marshall d’Avray Hall, 506 453-3515, or e-mail email@example.com SECTION B All applicants: Please indicate the program(s) to which you seek admission in your first year of attendance. You are encouraged to select up to two programs in order of preference (e.g. Arts, Science). Please refer to the Academic Program Listings below. 6. ACADEMIC PROGRAM INFORMATION ACADEMIC PROGRAM (Degree applying for: Ex. Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Civil, or Certificate in Adult Education) 1. 2. N APPLICANTS BEYOND THE FIRST YEAR AND SECOND DEGREE APPLICANTS FOR ARTS (BA) OR SCIENCE (BSc) MUST INDICATE MAJOR FIELD OF STUDY (E.G. ENGLISH, BIOLOGY) HERE: FEAA – The Faculty of Education Admissions Advantage offers exceptional high school students an enhanced opportunity for future acceptance into the Bachelor of Education program. Students must apply to the undergraduate program of their choice and the FEAA by indicating both program choices above (e.g. 1. Bachelor of Science, 2. FEAA). Please see Information and Instructions page for details and supplementary requirements. ACADEMIC PROGRAM LISTINGS FOR UNB FREDERICTON Bachelor Degrees Certificate Programs Arts Adult Education Applied Arts – Craft and Design Academic Proficiency in Hydrographic Surveying Arts/Computer Science – Concurrent Applied Human Resource Management Arts/Science – Concurrent Business Administration – Level 1 Arts and Science Business Administration – Level 2 Business Administration Business Administration and Aviation Business Administration with a concentration in Aviation Computer Telephony Integration and Operations Management Critical Care Nursing Computer Science Family Violence Issues Computer Science/Engineering – Geomatics – Concurrent Film Production Computer Science/Science – Concurrent First Nations Business Administration Education Mental Health Nursing Education in Adult Education – (4 Year Program) Proficiency in French Geomatics Proficiency in Spanish Information Systems Public Administration – Level 1 Integrated Studies Public Administration – Level 2 Medical Laboratory Science Software Development Nursing – Fredericton, Moncton and Bathurst locations Teaching English as a Second Language Nursing – Advanced Standing Philosophy – Leadership Studies (Renaissance College) Diplomas Recreation and Sports Studies Advanced Undergraduate Studies Science Geomatics Science in Environment and Natural Resources Technology, Management and Entrepreneurship Science in Engineering – Civil Construction Science in Engineering – Chemical Science in Engineering – Computer Other Science in Engineering – Electrical Exchange Student Science in Engineering – Engineering I Miramichi Consortium Program Science in Engineering – Geodesy and Geomatics No Degree Science in Engineering – Geological Visiting Student Science in Engineering – Mechanical Bridging Year (Aboriginal Applicants Only) Science in Forestry Science in Forest Engineering Science in Kinesiology Science in Software Engineering SECTION C 7. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Please note – A separate scholarship application is required for the Currie Undergraduate Scholarships and the Beaverbrook Scholars Awards and is available on our web site at www.unb.ca/scholarships between September 1 and March 1. 1. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES (YOU MAY ATTACH A RÉSUMÉ BUT PLEASE HIGHLIGHT YOUR ACTIVITIES HERE TOO.) ACTIVITY NAME OF GROUP AND YOUR CONTRIBUTION STUDENT GOVERNMENT: ATHLETIC VARSITY TEAM: INTRAMURAL TEAM: DRAMA: GENERAL INTEREST CLUBS: MEDIA (NEWSPAPER, RADIO): COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER WORK: PART-TIME JOB (INCLUDE HRS./WK.): OTHER (BE SPECIFIC): 2. INFORMATION ON WHAT IS CONSIDERED WHEN DETERMINING FINANCIAL NEED CAN BE FOUND IN THE UNB UNDERGRADUATE CALENDAR UNDER FINANCIAL INFORMATION, SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES & AWARDS. DO YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS WHICH ARE PROVIDED TO STUDENTS IN FINANCIAL NEED? YES NO IF YES, PLEASE PROVIDE US WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: FATHER OR GUARDIAN NAME: MOTHER OR GUARDIAN NAME: OCCUPATION: OCCUPATION:: EMPLOYER: EMPLOYER: ANNUAL INCOME: ANNUAL INCOME: NUMBER OF DEPENDENTS SUPPORTED BY YOUR PARENT(S) INCLUDING YOURSELF: NUMBER OF DEPENDENTS WHO WILL ATTEND UNIVERSITY IN THE COMING YEAR: 3. TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE CARLETON & YORK REGIMENTAL ASSOCIATION MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AND THE KHAKI UNIVERSITY & Y.M.C.A. SCHOLARSHIP, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING: ARE YOU A CHILD OR GRANDCHILD OF A VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II? YES NO IF YES, PLEASE PROVIDE THE NAME, REGIMENT AND REGIMENT NUMBER OF THE VETERAN: REGIMENT: REGIMENT NUMBER: ____ NAME: SECTION D APPLICATION PROCESSING FEE – $45 (CDN FUNDS – NON-REFUNDABLE) Cheque or Money Order made payable to the “University of New Brunswick” is enclosed. OR Charge to: VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS Number: Expiry Date: Signature of Cardholder: DECLARATION: I CERTIFY THAT ALL OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION IN THIS APPLICATION IS COMPLETE AND CORRECT, AND I AUTHORIZE THE UNIVERSITY TO VERIFY ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED AS PART OF THIS APPLICATION. I UNDERSTAND THAT MISREPRESENTATION, FALSIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS,OR WITHHOLDING OF REQUESTED INFORMATION REGARDING THIS APPLICATION ARE SERIOUS OFFENSES AND MAY BE GROUNDS FOR NON-ADMISSION,OR AFTER ADMISSION, GROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL. THE PERSONAL INFORMATION REQUESTED ON THIS APPLICATION IS COLLECTED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF PROVINCIAL LEGISLATION AND WILL FORM PART OF MY STUDENT RECORD AT THE UNIVERSITY WHERE IT MAY BE DISCLOSED TO FACULTY OR MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITY STAFF FOR OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AND LEGITIMATE USE. I AM AWARE THAT IT IS SOMETIMES NECESSARY FOR UNB TO RELAY CERTAIN INFORMATION, SUCH AS NAME AND ADDRESS, TO THE DONORS OF SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES REGARDING MY FINANCIAL AND ACADEMIC SITUATION. SOME PERSONAL INFORMATION, SUCH AS NAME AND ADDRESS, MAY BE PUBLISHED IF I AM A SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT. SOME PERSONAL INFORMATION MAY ALSO BE MADE AVAILABLE TO FEDERAL AND PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY. I AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE PROVISIONS OF THE CALENDAR AND THE REGULATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY, INCLUDING ANY REVISIONS, DELETIONS, OR ADDITIONS TO BE MADE TO THEM IN THE FUTURE. IF ADMITTED, I AGREE TO PAY ALL FEES ASSOCIATED WITH MY REGISTRATION AND ENROLLMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY. SIGNATURE: DATE: (I have read and understood the above declaration) CHECK LIST Have you: Referred to our information and instructions page or our website at www.unb.ca for admissions/application information? Indicated to which program you are applying? Signed your application? Enclosed your application fee of $45 CDN? Asked your high school (and your university if applicable) to send your official transcript(s)? Included supplementary forms (if applicable)?
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