Eligibility Requirements for New Brunswick Master of Computer Science

An undergraduate degree in Computer Science (or a related discipline such as Engineering or Science) with a minimum GPA of B for the MCS by Coursework program and a minimum GPA of B+ for the MCS by thesis/report program is required.

International applicants whose first language is not English will be required to submit language scores. Examples of minimum acceptable scores include: IELTS (Academic) score of band 7.0 overall and in written
TOEFL iBT 94 with 23 in written
MELAB minimum score of 85%
CanTest minimum score of band 4.5 
Pearson Test of English (Academic) minimum score of 65
Duolingo is also being accepted for the time being. If applicants are not able to take the tests noted above for reasons out of their control, a minimum score of 120 will be accepted. 

New Brunswick Master of Computer Science Program Description

The Master of Computer Science (MCS) programme allows students to gain advanced knowledge in computer science. The balance between courses and research can be achieved in one of two ways:

master's with thesis, which requires fewer courses and a larger research project

master's with report, which includes more courses and a small amount of research

Program URL:https://www.unb.ca/gradstudies/programs/computer-science.html

New Brunswick Master of Computer Science Program Curriculum

  • Computer Science


  • Computer Science

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Scholarships available for International Students

As an international student in Canada, it’s a good idea to establish a budget to plan for the cost of living and studying abroad. You’ll need to consider the study costs for international students in Canada from elementary to university, including tuition fees at your school of choice. Here are some scholarships you can avail to reduce your study abroad expenses drastically.

  1. Ontario Graduate Scholarship

    The Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) program encourages excellence in graduate studies at publicly-assisted universities in Ontario. Since 1975, the OGS program has been providing merit-based scholarships to Ontario’s best graduate students in all disciplines of academic study. The scholarship program at U of T is jointly funded by the Province of Ontario and the University of Toronto.

  2. Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships

  3. Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship

  4. Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships

  5. CIFAR Global Scholars

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