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Brock University

Why Brock University?

The main campus is within an hour and a half drive, and 2 hours by public transit from Downtown Toronto. Students can save on living costs by studying in this beautiful and safe Niagara region. The university offers comprehensive programs that will train students to find jobs by using knowledge from career-driven degrees, training, co-op work terms, and internships.

The university is listed in the top 5 student satisfaction and diversity of Co-op programs offered in Canada. International students have great support and have full access to the gorgeous facilities and campus, like sport fields, cafeterias, labs, libraries, modern residences and much more

EC Quick Facts

IELTS/TOEFL waiver granted for students who complete:

EC Level Pre-Advanced - direct entry

Class size
As students progress through 4 years, their class sizes begin to become smaller. From 400-500 to 25-30 in students in each class
Conditional admissions offered for
  • Bachelor Degree
  • Limited number of Master degrees
Annual Tuition
  • About 27000 CAD


Brock University located in 2 hours by public transport or 1.5 hours drive from Toronto.
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way,
St Catharines,
ON L2S 3A1.

Application Information

Application deadlines

• May 1: Fall term
• Oct. 1: Winter term
• Feb. 1: Spring term

Application Requirements

Letter of offer issued within 4 weeks.
Once you receive your Letter of offer:
1. Confirm your acceptance as outlined in the Letter of offer and make a payment for the first semester.
2. Letter of acceptance issued within 1 week.
3. Contact your local Canadian Immigration office and apply for your study permit.
4. Send copy of Study Permit and proof of insurance to Brock University as soon as possible to be able to start course registration.

What do I need to apply?

All applicants:

• Passport photo and info page,
• Study permit / student visa / PR card / Canadian citizenship, if applicable,
• Medical insurance coverage, if applicable.

Bachelor degree applicants additional documents:

• Official high school transcript, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation, which shows the results for the last three years of high school. Students still in their last grade may apply before graduation, and once graduated are required to submit a final official transcript before course registration,
• Official high school graduation certificate, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
• All other official post-secondary transcripts from other institutions, if applicable.

 Master degree applicants additional documents:

• Official university transcript with a minimum 75% average over the last two years of undergraduate full-time studies, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
• Official university diploma, in English, or with an official or notarized English translation,
• Two references (academic preferred, but professional accepted),
• Resume with detailed educational and professional background,
• 500-800 word Letter of Intent.
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Step 1: Make sure you meet the requirements and prepare necessary documents for admission.
Step 2: Pay your non-refundable fee (application fee, tuition deposit, etc. if required.
Step 3: Registrar’s Office will issue you a Letter of Acceptance for your study permit application.
Step 4: Apply for your study permit at the Canadian visa office.
Step 5: Make your travel arrangements and ensure you arrive on campus prior to the start of orientation.