New Brunswick Education Facts And Trivia

New Brunswick EduFacts The first astronomical observatory in Canada is located on the University of New Brunswick campus
New Brunswick EduFacts UNB offered Canada's first university-level engineering program, established in 1855 and the first engineers graduating in 1857
New Brunswick EduFacts Average undergraduate tuition for New Brunswick universities is $5,325 annually, the second highest in Canada
New Brunswick EduFacts The University of New Brunswick is the oldest English speaking university in Canada
New Brunswick EduFacts In December 2007, Mount Allison University was ranked the number one university in Canada, in the primarily undergraduate university category
New Brunswick EduFacts Over 25.000 full-time and 4,400 part-time students attend a post-secondary institution in New Brunswick
New Brunswick EduFacts Mount Allison University is noted for being the first university in the British Empire to have awarded a baccalaureate to a woman.
New Brunswick EduFacts Mount Allison graduates have been awarded a total of 47 Rhodes Scholarships; more than any other liberal arts university in North America
New Brunswick EduFacts The Faculty of Computer Science at the University of New Brunswick was the first computer science faculty in Canada
New Brunswick EduFacts New Brunswick grants over 5,000 degrees, diplomas and certificates combined each year