Proud of its campuses which are situated in Edmundston, Moncton as well as Shippagan, the Université de Moncton is known to be the largest French-language Canadian university that is outside of Quebec. Home to eight faculties and 37 research centres, chairs and institutes, the Université de Moncton is a living environment where freedom of expression and autonomy ensure the full development of its 5,039 students.
Founded in 1963, the school now has more than 360 professors and offers nearly 200 three-cycle programs in various disciplines. In most programs, the first two years are offered at all three campuses, with the remaining years taking place at the Moncton campus.
Full-time (undergraduates)- 4,091
Full-time (graduates)- 419
Part-time (undergraduates)- 329
Part-time (graduates)- 199
Undergraduate tuition fees:- $6,187 - $6,937
Graduate tuition fees:- $3,000 - $9,228
Undergraduate tuition fees:- $12,713
Graduate tuition fees:- $5,880 - $17,376
Note: notwithstanding educational expenses, colleges by and large charge expenses for labour and products provided to understudies. This incorporates regions like understudy affiliations, sports and wellbeing. These extra charges fluctuate broadly per college and per understudy and can run from two or three hundred dollars to a couple thousand dollars. Check with the college for details.
Campus de Moncton
Campus de Shippagan
Undergraduate level certificate/diploma
Full-time, part-time, Course work only or Thesis. Research areas include: composition; ethnomusicology; jazz; musicology; and popular music.
18 Antonine-Maillet Ave, Moncton,
NB E1A 3E9, Canada