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2 Largest francophone University outside Quebec Secure, safe, warm environment Located in the only official billingual city and province in Canada Université de Moncton

3 Ratio of faculty to students 1-12 Three campus locations - Moncton (4 136 students) - Edmundston (578 students) - Shippagan (451students) Université de Moncton

4 Geographical Location

5 Geographical Situation DépartDestinationModeDistanceDurée approximative MonctonMontréal1 025 km1 h MonctonMontréal1 025 km12 h MonctonBoston800 km1 h MonctonBoston800 km10 h

6 Students Services International student integration Health service (with 4 doctors and one nurse) Counselling Orientation Placement Bursaries and financial aid available International student integration Health service (with 4 doctors and one nurse) Counselling Orientation Placement Bursaries and financial aid available

7 Students Services Social and recreational activities Many computer labs International Student Association Social and recreational activities Many computer labs International Student Association

8 Non-Academic Actvities Student radio Student newspaper Student council Movies Improvisation League Bar and Student Club

9 University Sports Track and Field Badminton Basketball Cross-country Skiing Rhythmic Gymnastics Ice hockey Swimming Soccer Volleyball

10 Lodging Service Residences - private rooms - studio apartments - 4 students apartments Listings of in-town apartments for all three campuses

11 Lodging Service Lodging Fees ( ) Résidence Lefebvre : $4,272. to $5,237. (per year including the cafeteria plan) 147 rooms with mandatory cafeteria plan Cafeteria : $1,700. to $2,325. * (per year) Maison Lafrance :$3,670. (160 studios) Maison Landry :$3,884. (36 studios) Maison Massey :$2,786. (10 rooms) Apartments for four students : $1,716. to $4,598.

12 Study Programs 160 programs (Diplomas and Certificates) 50 fields of studies (Undergraduate) 30 graduate programs (Masters) Three doctorate programs (Ph.D.)

13 Admission By June 1 for the Fall semester By November 15 for the Winter/Spring semester

14 City of Moncton Population : 117,727 (2001) …offers all the benefits of larger cities, while providing higher quality of lifestyle

15 City of Moncton In June 2002, The National Post rated Moncton among the top five Canadian cities with the highest economic growth

16 City of Moncton The Financial Post, noted that Moncton has a lower cost of living compared with other important cities in Canada

17 City of Moncton Approximately 15 minutes from the beach National parks in close proximity Winter and Summer sports (19 local golf courses) 14 movie studios Cultural center 8 art galleries

18 New Brunswick Only officially bilingual province Shared borders with Quebec and the State of Maine, USA Short flights from Toronto, Montreal, Boston or New York Low Cost of living Population of N.B ,498 Population of Canada - 30,007,094

19 The Atlantic Economy Gross Domestic Product Atlantic Canadas average economic growth 4.1% over the past 5 years - exceeding the national rate of 3.6% Economic growth driven by investment in contruction, manufacturing and offshore oil and gas projects

20 The Atlantic Economy Gross Domestic Product The regional economy is dominated by the service sector, while the resource sector now accounts for only 16%

21 The Atlantic Economy Exports Exports from Atlantic Canada increased by 148% over the past decade Leading products in NB include : lumber, food products, and refined petroleum Over 80% of the regions exports are destined for the United States

22 Current Economic Context - Performance The Atlantic economy is transforming into a knowledge- based economy: - Emergence of new sectors (e.g. IT, bio-science based industry, aerospace) -Resource industries (wood, food, paper) are becoming more knowledge intensive

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