Connect. Learn. Succeed. Fully Online
The University of Fredericton (UFred) is a fully-online, degree-granting institution offering certificate, diploma, and degree programs. Founded and based in Fredericton, New Brunswick, UFred takes exceptional pride in its offering of innovative, relevant online education that emphasizes leadership development and lifelong learning.
UFred offers a unique, completely online learning experience that supports the academic and professional goals of its constituents. Through approachable, friendly support, and service, we are devoted to creating student success.
is to empower learners globally to achieve their goals through accessible, applied professional education.
is to provide a fully compatible, individually-centered lifelong learning path for the world’s professionals that enhance individual performance.
include integrity, passion, mutual trust, learning, mutual respect, and competency.
The University of Fredericton is a private institution established in 2005 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Under the premise that fully-online education was the way of the future, we forged an innovative learning path of superior quality and experience that we continue to expand on internationally.
UFred's online students receive the same high-quality education, networking opportunities, and collaboration obtained from an on-campus program; students interact with professors and peers on an ongoing basis. Students can ask questions, participate in discussions, and work collaboratively on study material, completely online.
No Residency Requirements
At UFred, we do not offer residency for our students. All courses are delivered completely online making it convenient for adult students to maintain their work and family commitments while continuing their education. Students are able to study from anywhere with Internet access!
UFred guarantees your learning experience will be a positive one. Online students receive the same high-quality education obtained from an on-campus program -degree programs are fully accredited and students interact with professors and peers on an ongoing basis in a weekly vClass (virtual classroom). They can also ask questions, participate in discussions and work collaboratively on study material using chat, video conferencing, email, available through various programs.
E3B 1B1 Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada