EXPERIENCE. NIAGARA COME TO BROCK.
L a ke O n ta ri o
WHAT’S THE WEATHER LIKE?
17 ˚C SPRING MARCH TO MAY
27 ˚C SUMMER JUNE TO AUGUST
N ia g a ra Fa l l s Buffa l o , N Y
9˚C FAL L
SEPTEMBER TO NOVEMBER
-8˚C WINTER DECEMBER TO FEBRUARY
L ake E r i e
MINUTES TO NIAGARA FALLS
MINUTES TO BUFFALO, NY
HOUR TO TORONTO
Brock’s location in Niagara combines the best of everything. We are the only university in Canada in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Enjoy all the benefits of a comprehensive university — in a safe P i t t sb u r gh and vibrant region — with beautiful natural surroundings. Brock University is close to the U.S. border, minutes from world-class tourism destinations and only an hour’s drive from the Greater Toronto Area.
BUILD YOUR CAREER PROFILE
Brock Co-op — integrated into your last two years of study, offering a flexible schedule and paid employment with up to 3 different employers. Experiential Learning — Offered alongside your academic program. You will be exposed to practical opportunities in your field of study.
OF EMPLOYERS SAY
ARE CO-OP STUDENTS.
CO-OP STUDENTS ARE POTENTIAL FUTURE EMPLOYEES.*
OF RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE.
COUNTRIES OFFER EXPERIENTIAL FIELD COURSES.
SERVICE-LEARNING COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS.
EXPERIENTIAL, ON-CAMPUS COURSES AVAILABLE.
BROCK STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES.
*Leger Marketing employer survey for Universities Canada, 2014
Brock University has committed over $4 MILLION to our awards programs for 2017-18. International students pursuing undergraduate studies at Brock are eligible for the following: (( Entrance scholarships up to $24,000 (( Matching scholarships up to $24,000 (( Domestic tuition scholarships (( Renewable academic scholarships
View all of our generous awards at discover.brocku.ca/awards
(( Non-academic entrance scholarships
Undergraduate tuition and living expenses for international students
Tuition — Arts or Sciences (4.0+ credits)*
Tuition — Business or Computer Science (4.0+ credits)*
Mandatory ancillary fees**
Total Anticipated Cost:
Prices are quoted in Canadian dollars and are based on the 2017-2018 costs. Fees are subject to change without notice. Included in the ancillary fees are: Recovery Fee, UHIP, Health Service Fees, BUSU Insurance, Bus Pass, etc. *** The US currency rate is at .80 www.x-rates.com/calculator/?from=CAD&to=USD&amount=1 *
RESIDENCE Brock University offers a wide variety of comfortable student residences on campus. From traditional- to townhouse-style living, with single or double rooms, there is something for everyone. We also offer a RESIDENCE GUARANTEE for all first-year undergraduate students — if an application and deposit is received by June 1, 2018. When you live on campus, you will have access to a meal plan that meets your needs, as well as several 24-7 service desks to assist with any questions you may have. If you choose to live off campus, the Niagara region offers plenty of affordable options. These include living with a homestay family or sharing a house or apartment with classmates and friends. The average monthly rent off campus is $400 per room, including amenities and Wi-Fi.
STUDY TOURISM IN NIAGARA, ONE OF THE WORLD’S PREMIER TRAVEL DESTINATIONS.
1. A WORLD-RENOWNED LOCATION.
TOP 5 REASONS
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CHOOSE BROCK
Brock’s beautiful campus is located in Niagara, a safe and community-focused region that is home to Niagara Falls and just an hour’s drive from Toronto.
2. PREPARE FOR YOUR CAREER.
Brock offers 20+ undergraduate co-op programs to provide you with hands-on work experience during your studies.
3. BROCK LEADS TO SUCCESS.
Ninety per cent of Brock undergraduate students are employed within six months of their graduation.
4. MEET NEW FRIENDS.
Brock is a diverse and globally minded community with 90+ countries represented.
5. EXPERIENCE THE BEST.
Brock offers cutting-edge programs, such as Game Design, Public Health, Sport Management and more.
BROCK’S CAMPUS Is located within a
UNESCO BIOSPHERE RESERVE. “At Brock, I feel as safe as I do at home, but with challenges and adventures that keep alive the desire to go out and experience something new. From my intramural soccer team to getting involved in business clubs, I have found a way to have fun and meet new people, always with a learning experience. The faculty is amazing, with professors who are not only knowledgeable but are always open and accessible.” Eduardo, Honduras Brock University International Award Recipient, Bachelor of Business Administration, Co-op
ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
If your first language is not English, you must prove proficiency with one of the following:
Brock Intensive English Language Program (IELP) Successful completion of Level 5 brocku.ca/esl-services
MEN’S SPORTS Ball hockey Baseball Basketball Cross country Curling Dragon boat Fencing Golf Ice hockey Lacrosse Powerlifting
Rowing Rugby Soccer Squash Swimming Tennis Track and field Ultimate frisbee Volleyball Wrestling
BECOME A BROCK ATHLETE If you’ve been a successful athlete, we’d like to hear from you. Please fill out our Prospective Athlete Form at gobadgers.ca under “Inside Athletics.” Be a part of the excitement. Follow the Badgers at gobadgers.ca
WOMEN’S SPORTS Basketball Cheerleading Cross country Curling Dance Dragon boat Equestrian Fencing Figure skating Golf Ice hockey Lacrosse Powerlifting
Ringette Rowing Rugby Soccer Softball Squash Swimming Tennis Track and field Ultimate frisbee Volleyball Wrestling
Overall 6.5, no band below 6.0 For co-op Accounting, 7.0, with no band below 6.5
TOEFL IBT (destination code: 0895) Overall 88, with minimum 21 on speaking and 21 on writing. For Co-op Accounting, overall 100, minimum 27 on writing and 27 on speaking
CAEL Overall 70, no other band score under 60
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Completion of the diploma where English was the language of instruction
Full-time study where the primary language of instruction and evaluation is English A minimum of three years, with acceptable grades in English and other humanities/social science secondary school courses
READY, SET, APPLY! At Brock, you can start undergraduate studies in September, January * or May.* FF Learn more about our program options and admission criteria at brocku.ca/programs/
To apply to one of our programs in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, visit brocku.ca/nextstep
FF If you need proof of English, book your test. FF Apply to Brock at brocku.ca/admissions/apply/#international
We will send you an activation guide for your new my.brocku.ca portal and Brock email. Activate your my.brocku.ca portal to: FF Submit official transcripts and documents to complete your application. FF Apply for scholarships and awards. FF Apply for residence. To view our rooms, take a virtual at youvisit.com/brock FF Check your application status and accept Brock’s offer of admission. FF Obtain your study permit.
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ESL SERVICES If you don’t meet our English language proficiency requirements, consider our ESL academic programs. You’ll have the option to stay on campus during your studies or to live with one of our many homestay families.
Brock’s Academic Transitions (AcT) Consider studying one undergraduate course while in the highest level of the IELP. You must be academically admissible to the University.
IELP – conditional admission An intensive academic English Language program for universityfocused students. Graduates will meet the English proficiency requirements for most Brock University undergraduate programs. Apply at: brocku.ca/international/future/esl/
Accelerated program If you have an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent, you may study our last level of the IELP in eight weeks. The program starts in July 2018, just in time for undergraduate studies in September.
Summer English Language Program (SELP) Join French-Canadian students for a five-week summer term focusing on four skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. You’ll be able to benefit from quality in-class English language instruction, as well as enjoy the attractions and beauty of the Niagara region through planned socio-cultural activities. Dates: July 3- Aug. 3, 2018
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Child Health, BA Community Health, BA Kinesiology, Bkin, BSc Medical Sciences, BSc Nursing, BScN Physical Education, BPhEd Public Health, BPH Recreation and Leisure Studies, BRLS Sport Management, BSM Faculty of Education Aboriginal Adult Education and Native Teacher Education, BEd Adult Education, BEd Consecutive Teacher Education, BEd Early Childhood Education, BECE Intermediate/Senior Concurrent Education, BEd Junior/Intermediate Concurrent Education, BEd Primary/Junior Concurrent Education, BEd Goodman School of Business Accounting, BAcc Business Administration, BBA Business Administration International Dual Degree Faculty of Humanities Humanities – Declare major after 1st year Canadian Studies and French Studies, BA Classics, BA Comparative Literatures and Cultures, BA English and Contemporary Culture, BA English and Creative Writing, BA English Language and Literature, BA French Studies, BA General Humanities, BA Hispanic and Latin American Studies, BA History, BA History of Art and Visual Culture, BA Italian Studies, BA Medieval and Renaissance Studies, BA Philosophy, BA Brock University Studies in Arts and Culture, BA Brock International Dramatic Arts, BA Niagara Region Canadian1812 Studies, BABrock Way Sir Isaac Game Design, BA St. Catharines Interactive and Science, BA ONArts L2S 3A1 Music, BA, BMus T 905 688 5550 x5330 Visual Arts, BA
Faculty of Mathematics and Science Biochemistry, BSc Biological Sciences, BSc Biomedical Sciences, BSc Biophysics, BSc Biotechnology, BSc Chemistry, BSc Computer Science, BSc Computer Science and Mathematics, BSc Computing and Business, BCB Computing and Network Communications, BSc Computing and Solid-State Device Technology, BSc Earth Sciences, BSc Environmental Geoscience, BSc Game Programming, BSc Mathematics and Statistics, BSc Mathematics and Statistics — Accelerated Mathematics Studies, BSc Neuroscience, BSc Oenology and Viticulture, BSc Physics, BSc Sciences, BSc Faculty of Social Sciences Applied Economic Analysis, BA Applied Linguistics, BA Business Communication, BA Business Economics, BBE Child and Youth Studies, BA Economics, BA Film Studies, BA Geography, BA Geography, BSc International Political Economy, BA Labour Studies, BA Media and Communication Studies, BA Political Science, BA Popular Culture, BA Psychology, BA Social Sciences, BA Sociology, BA Tourism and Environment, BA Women’s and Gender Studies, BA
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GRADUATE International Student Programs
Accounting, MPAcc ISP Applied Linguistics, MA ISP Business Administration, MBA ISP Education, MEd ISP Materials Physics, MSc ISP Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Applied Health Sciences, MA, MSc, PhD Kinesiology, MPK Public Health, MPH Faculty of Education Education, MEd, MEd ISP, PhD Goodman School of Business Accounting, MAcc, MPAcc ISP Business Administration, MBA, MBA ISP Management, MSc Faculty of Humanities Canadian-American Studies, MA Classics, MA English, MA History, MA Interdisciplinary Humanities, PhD Philosophy, MA Studies in Arts and Culture, MA Faculty of Mathematics and Science Biological Sciences, MSc, PhD Biotechnology, MSc, PhD Chemistry, MSc, PhD Computer Science, BSc Earth Sciences, MSc Mathematics and Statistics, MSc Materials Physics, MSc ISP Physics, MSc, PhD Faculty of Social Sciences Applied Disability Studies, MA, MADS Applied Linguistics, MA, MA ISP Business Economics, MBE Child and Youth Studies, MA, PhD Critical Sociology, MA Geography, MA Political Science, MA Popular Culture, MA Psychology, MA, PhD Social Justice and Equity Studies, MA Sustainability, MS
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