UNB receives $2M from ACOA to enhance Computer Science programs

The University of New Brunswick has received a $2M contribution from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) to increase its enrolment and experiential learning capacity in Computer Science programs. The funding, which was announced alongside funding for the Université de Moncton’s Computer Science programs, will be used to expand experiential learning opportunities for students. It will also support the acceleration of NB’s digital skills and talent development and complement NB’s new McKenna Institute for Digital Transformation. “Thanks to the generous support from ACOA, UNB will substantially increase the number of computer science graduates who will help solve the jobs gap challenge facing New Brunswick and also assist local businesses to compete across global markets,” said UNB President Dr Paul J Mazerolle. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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