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UNB English Language Programme Winter Course Offerings

Author: Christopher Hudson-Brading

Posted on Dec 6, 2019

Category: News and Notices

The UNBF English Language Programme offers a variety of formats to students whose first language is not English. 

The following formats are available to students of all proficiency levels, beginner to advanced:

The Intensive English Term Format (January 6 – April 3, 2020) is academic in nature and is a great choice for students who wish to upgrade their English for university study.  Full-time language studies incorporate class hours, homework, tutorials and advising 35+ hours each week.  For more information, please visit

The Program of Academic English Preparation (PAEP) is an excellent pathway to academic success for international and permanent resident students who have been conditionally accepted to an undergraduate degree program.  This academic bridging program will increase English proficiency and prepare students for successful completion of undergraduate studies.  Students are immersed in the English language for 35+ hours per week, which includes academic advising.  Students enrolled in PAEP are considered full-time UNB students and have access to all support services and residence accommodations.  Students are eligible to receive academic credits from select faculties.  Course dates are January 6 – April 3, 2020.  For more information, please visit

Our Daytime Personalized Format offers one-on-one 50-minute Tutorial Sessions, as well as English Language Classes for 10, 15, 25 or 35 hours per week for one, two or three weeks at a time.  Start dates may be found at

Evening classes are offered Tuesdays, January through April in a three-hour block per week. Undergraduate and graduate and credit and non-credit classes are available.  Courses begin Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020.

AESL 1012 (Undergraduate Students)

AESL 2012 (Undergraduate Students)

AESL 6022 (Graduate Students)

CELP 1002 (Non-credit)

Please visit for information about these courses.

For more information, contact us by telephone (453-3564) or by email at

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