St. Thomas University is located in Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick, a province on Canada’s southeastern shore. The majority of New Brunswick’s population speaks English, but a minority speaks French. Known for its music scene, Fredericton hosts the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival each fall.
St. Thomas University
St. Thomas University focuses on providing a solid liberal arts education through small classes, an engaged study body and an excellent faculty. In order to prepare students for lives as leaders, thinkers and global citizens, St. Thomas teaches skills in communication, critical thinking and open-mindedness. The University seeks to nurture its Catholic and humanistic heritage, concern for social issues, interaction with the community and sensitivity to the needs of individual students.
Your application and the following items must be submitted to the Study Abroad Office located in Tiller Hall.
- Application Form
- 4 passport photos
- Copy of passport
- Proof of medical insurance
- Official academic transcript
- Statement of Support
- Course Equivalency Form
To be filled out and signed by Department chairs
- Pre-Arrival Information Form
- June 1 for the fall semester
- September 1 for the spring semester
- Please note — With late applications, students risk having insufficient time to obtain student visas and other authorizations. Processing time at embassies can take up to three months.
Additional Information for Exchange Students
The cheapest and most common travel route to Fredericton is a flight into Bangor, Maine. Fredericton is a three-hour drive from Bangor with port of entry at St. Stephen, New Brunswick. However St. Stephen has limited custom officers to process student visas and limited office hours. Another alternative is a flight into Halifax, Nova Scotia, which is better equipped to process visas. Fredericton is about a six-hour drive from Halifax.