About the university
We believe smaller is better. Our small size is the reason we are able to give each one of our students a big university experience full of opportunity. Located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, St. Thomas is a small, primarily undergraduate university dedicated to excellence in liberal arts education. The Bachelor of Arts is the heart of our academic community, with more than 30 programs offered in the humanities and social sciences. For more than 100 years, our small, supportive community has been bonded by a shared commitment to the liberal arts and social justice. Our 1,800 Bachelor of Arts students engage in a broad and rigorous education through exceptional offerings in traditional disciplines such as Psychology, English, Political Science, and Fine Arts, and more unique programs that offer increasing value to our world today—Communications and Public Policy, Criminology, Gerontology, Human Rights and Journalism. Our students participate in experiential learning opportunities—service learning, field work, internships and practicums, travel study, lab work—that allow them to use their education in practical settings and experience the value of a liberal arts education to society.
Attitude amicale envers les étudiants internationaux
International students thrive at St. Thomas University, largely because of the small, close-knit, and supportive community environment for which the university is known. Our uniquely focused academic experience, rooted in the liberal arts, paired with a proven commitment to offering each student a personalized university experience makes St. Thomas an ideal place for students coming to Canada to study.
International students are required to apply for and obtain a Canadian Study Permit in order to pursue studies in Canada. Student must be accepted by a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) in Canada and submit official acceptance documents, among other required supporting documents. More information can be found on our website here: https://www.stu.ca/study_permit/
STU provides four, non-mandatory residence halls for all students on a first-come, first-served basis: 1) Vanier Hall: all female 2) Harrington Hall: co-ed with gender-neutral options 3) Holy Cross House: co-ed, smallest on campus 4) Rigby Hall: co-ed with private washrooms, located off campus (20 minutes walk or 5 minutes bus - city buses are free for STU students) Application requirements: completed application form and CAD 300 residence deposit.
STU provides merit-based scholarships, and some need-based bursaries, to all incoming international and domestic students that meet the High School Applicant requirements. Adult Learners and transfer students are ineligible for scholarships and bursaries. Deadline to apply for financial aid: March 1 (annually)
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- Student visa
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- IELTS Certificate
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- Letters of reccomendation (MA, PhD)
- TOEFL Certificate
- Resume/CV (graduate, postgraduate)
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St. Thomas University
51 Dineen Drive
Fredericton E3B 5G3
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