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St. Thomas University

History

The origin of St. Thomas University dates back to 1910. At that time, the Most Reverend Thomas F. Barry, Bishop of Chatham, invited the Basilian Fathers of Toronto to assume charge of an institution in Chatham, New Brunswick, providing education for boys at the secondary and junior college levels. The institution was called St. Thomas College.

Education

Every single class is small and intimate. Capped at 60 students, our average class size is only 26 students, and upper year classes are even smaller. Classes are discussion and debate based, and professors are able to get to know their students and offer individualized attention. 99% of our full-time faculty have their Ph.D or highest degrees in their fields.

Research

Every single class is small and intimate. Capped at 60 students, our average class size is only 29 students, and upper year classes are even smaller. Classes are discussion and debate based, and professors are able to get to know their students and offer individualized attention. 100% of our full-time faculty have their Ph.D or highest degrees in their fields.

Career

Free career development workshops and career advising are available to St. Thomas University students through the Career Development and Employment Centre on UNB’s Fredericton Campus. If you are thinking about what you can do with your degree program, need help identifying possibilities within your field, or having difficulty locating career information, the CDEC is here to help.

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St. Thomas University Scholarships

Below you will find scholarships related to St. Thomas University. Distinction can be made between scholarships provided by the University and those provided by independent providers.

Independent provider
Grant
50000 CAD
Deadline
01 Nov 2024
Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships
Merit-based

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Government Of Canada
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
Various benefits
Deadline
Not specified
DFL Scholarship Program
Need-based

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Daughters for Life Foundation
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
15000 USD
Deadline
31 Aug 2024
Amberscholar Scholarship
Merit-based

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Amber Student
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
50000 CAD
Deadline
Not specified
Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship
Merit-based Need-based

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Canadian Government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
12700 USD
Deadline
19 Mar 2025
Study in Canada Scholarships
Merit-based

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Canadian Government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
12500 USD
Deadline
15 Dec 2024
International Peace Scholarship Fund
Need-based

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The International Peace Scholarship Fund
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
7000 CAD
Deadline
05 Dec 2024
Faculty Mobility for Partnership Building Program
Merit-based

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Canadian Government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
Various benefits
Deadline
04 Mar 2025
Global Korea Scholarship for Graduate Degrees
Merit-based

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Canadian Government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
Various benefits
Deadline
Not specified
Organization of American States (OAS) Academic Scholarship Program
Merit-based Need-based

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Canadian Government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
100000 USD
Deadline
30 Oct 2024
CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholarship
Merit-based

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Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR)
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Independent provider
Grant
25000 USD
Deadline
10 Oct 2024
Traditional Fulbright Canada Student Awards
Merit-based Need-based

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U.S. government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
11100 USD
Deadline
19 Mar 2025
Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program
Merit-based

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Canadian Government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
3500 USD
Deadline
15 Nov 2024
ACES Scholarships
Merit-based Need-based

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ACES Education Fund
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Independent provider
Grant
1000 USD
Deadline
30 Nov 2024
ServiceScape Scholarship
Merit-based Need-based

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ServiceScape
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Independent provider
Grant
Various benefits
Deadline
Not specified
Canadian Francophonie Scholarship Program (CFSP)
Merit-based Need-based

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Government Of Canada
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
Various benefits
Deadline
14 Oct 2024
Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Merit-based Need-based

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U.S. government
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
12500 USD
Deadline
15 Dec 2024
P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship (IPS)
Merit-based Need-based

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The International Peace Scholarship Fund
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
500 CAD
Deadline
Anytime
Niara Scholarships
Merit-based

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Niara
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Independent provider
Grant
Various benefits
Deadline
Not specified
Erasmus+ - Grants for study mobility
Merit-based

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OeAD, Austria's Agency for Education and Internationalisation
Location not available
Independent provider
Grant
5000 USD
Deadline
25 Aug 2024
Women Scholarship for International Students
Merit-based

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Student services

We believe career development is more than your major or a job. It involves your development as a whole person throughout your time at university and beyond. The Career Development Office helps students in any year navigate the career development process as they start, progress through, and complete their degrees

Housing services

To make sure your time in residence is a memorable experience, there are groups of residence leaders that live in the building. Residence advisors and house committee members work together to facilitate your transition to residence and support you during your time here.

Library services

Every year UNB Libraries hosts a (free) half-day Library Showcase to highlight new resources and services to St. Thomas University faculty. Presentations will include predatory publishers, new academic software and apps, and advice on research data management. Attendees will also have the opportunity to view the newly renovated study space on the 3rd floor. 

ICT services

Research and analytical skills are among the most important skills required for this field of work. Writing and editing, as well as new media computer database skills are important to this field in today’s world.

Medical services

A medical clinic for full-time St. Thomas students is located at the third floor of Jones House on the UNB campus. Students may call the Student Health Centre for an appointment or visit during walk-in clinic hours held each weekday. Please remember to bring your student ID and Provincial Healthcare cards. 

Campus life

Find a place to call home in one of our five residences—three located on our upper campus (Harrington Hall, Vanier Hall, and Holy Cross House), and two located on our lower campus (Rigby Hall and Chatham Hall) on Forest Hill Road, only a 12-minute walk away. Rigby and Chatham offer larger rooms and private bathrooms. Plus, when you don’t feel like walking, hop on the bus with your STU Bus Pass (included with tuition) and be home in 5 minutes!

Sports facilities

Designed to meet the varied interest of today’s exercise-conscious student, St. Thomas University’s Athletics programme reflects our concerns for the needs of the individual. The programme is organized for both men and women on the varsity, intramural, and sport club levels.

Student clubs

The St. Thomas University Students' Union strives to maintain and enhance the community of academic excellence, personal integrity, and mutual respect that is St. Thomas University. The SRC is the final authority for Union policy on all matters including finances, the constitution, and its bylaws. The SRC membership is elected by the students and seeks to represent the needs and interests of the students by providing student government and political representation, by organizing a variety of activities and services, and by funding and coordinating various student organizations

St. Thomas University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, masters, law, and doctorate degrees.

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

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