EXPERIENCE. NIAGARAâ€‰canadian-maple-leaf COME TO BROCK.
ONLY UNIVERSITY IN CANADA IN A
UNESCO BIOSPHERE RESERVE Toronto
WHAT'S THE WEATHER LIKE?
AVERAGE ANNUAL TEMPERATURES BY SEASON
FLOWER-DAFFODIL 17˚C SPRING MARCH TO MAY
27˚C SUMMER JUNE TO AUGUST
leaf-maple 9˚C FALL
SEPTEMBER TO NOVEMBER
ONTARIO L a ke O n ta ri o
N ia g a ra Fa l l s
snowflake -8˚C WINTER DECEMBER TO FEBRUARY
Bu f f al o , N Y
L ake E r i e
MINUTES TO NIAGARA FALLS
MINUTES TO BUFFALO, NY
MINUTES TO TORONTO
WHY STUDY AT A CANADIAN UNIVERSITY?
GRADUATES FROM CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES EARN UP TO
MORE IN ANNUAL SALARY
THAN THOSE WITH A COLLEGE DIPLOMA ALONE.*
OUR EMPLOYABILITY ADVANTAGE: • Practical, hands-on experience • Explore career possibilities • Discover your interests • Learn new skills • Develop industry contacts
OF EMPLOYERS SAY
OFFERED AT BROCK.
CO-OP STUDENTS ARE POTENTIAL FUTURE EMPLOYEES.**
MONTH MINIMUM OF RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE.
BROCK HAS ONE OF THE HIGHEST RATES OF GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT.
*Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2016 **Leger Marketing employer survey for Universities Canada, 2014
ACCESS TO: • Job search strategies • Career coaching • Personal branding • Mock interview sessions • Exclusive employer networking
18-23 PER HOUR
trophy-alt SCHOLARSHIPS Brock University has committed more than $4 MILLION to our awards programs for 2019-20. Awards offered to international students pursuing undergraduate studies at Brock include:
BROCK SCHOLARS AWARD UP TO $4,000 PER ACADEMIC YEAR Students are automatically considered if they meet the following qualifications: • Achieved an A- admissions average or higher* • Have no previous post-secondary experience
INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM AWARD $1,000 Students are automatically considered if they have achieved an A- admissions average* and one of the following: • IB diploma successful completion • AP: incoming first year undergraduate students with three AP courses with an exam score of 3 or more • A-level final year average of C or higher
EMERGING MARKET ENTRANCE AWARD
Undergraduate tuition and living expenses for international students (per academic year): (Costs listed in Canadian dollars)
UP TO $4,000 IN THE FIRST YEAR OF STUDY
Students who qualify for the Brock Scholars Award will automatically receive the award if they are citizens of: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Colombia, Costa Rica, Curacao, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine or Vietnam.
INTERNATIONAL TUITION* $
26,558 – $ 27,765
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AMBASSADOR AWARD
MANDATORY ANCILLARY FEES** $
2,474 – $ 2,514
UP TO $20,000 **
Awarded annually to a maximum of 15 students who do not hold citizenship, permanent residency or refugee status in Canada. A separate application is required.
ON-CAMPUS RESIDENCE $
International students can easily apply for awards and scholarships via OneApp. Deadline: April 15
6,940 – $ 8,620
Awards offered through Brock University are subject to change in availability and value without notice. Awards are listed in Canadian dollars. *
Marks are based on Ontario academic equivalencies as determined by Brock University. Selected students will receive an award in the amount of the difference between international and domestic rates.
We are happy to guarantee residence to all new incoming full-time undergraduate students, with an academic admission average of 80% or higher (as determined by the Registrar’s Office when academic admission is offered), who are coming directly from a Canadian high school where they were full-time students during the 2019-20 academic year; or coming from outside of Canada with no prior post-secondary experience. Also, Brock University must receive both your residence application and residence application fee prior to June 1, 2020. Some conditions apply.
TRADITIONAL $6,940 – $7,740*
TOTAL ANTICIPATED COST $ SUITE $8,620*
Niagara offers affordable living options, such as one-bedroom shared accommodations starting at $400/month
Visit Brock's Off-Campus Living website to start your search: brockocl.ca
SEMI-SUITE $7,740 – $8,540*
Visit brocku.ca/residence for more information.
4,500 – $ 5,100
41,471 – $ 47,799
Prices are based on the 2019-20 costs. Fees are subject to change without notice.
Included in the ancillary fees are: Recovery Fee, UHIP, daycare fee, health service fee, BUSU insurance, BUSU dental insurance fee, bus pass, and engagement levy.
TOWNHOUSE $7,340 – $8,620*
TOP 5 REASONS
CHOOSE BROCK Statistics Canada Survey – Police-reported Violent Crime Severity Index, 2016
Statistics Canada Survey – Average rent for areas with a population of 10,000 and over, 2017 when compared to average room cost in St. Catharines-Niagara
VIRTUAL TOUR OF BROCK’S CAMPUS discover.brocku.ca/virtual-tour
1. SAFETY — ON AND OFF CAMPUS
Brock's beautiful campus is located in Niagara, one of the safest regions in Canada.* Our dedicated 24-hour campus security team will help ensure you have peace of mind while you study.
2. AFFORDABLE LIVING
Niagara offers safe and affordable accommodation on and off campus. On average, a one-bedroom apartment is 67 per cent less expensive than Toronto.**
3. PERSONALIZED INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT
Brock has a team dedicated to international student success. Take part in transitional and ongoing academic, language and social programming to get the most out of your studies.
4. CAREER-DRIVEN PROGRAMMING
Brock's career-driven degrees, such as Game Design, Public Health and Sport Management, along with co-op work terms, internships and experiential opportunities, will prepare you for your career.
5. BROCK LEADS TO SUCCESS
Brock graduates enjoy one of the highest employment rates in Canada, with 96.5 per cent finding work after receiving their degree. WE WELCOME STUDENTS FROM MORE THAN
IN CANADA FOR OVERALL STUDENT SATISFACTION Maclean's Magazine 2019 University Rankings
As President of Brock University, I am proud to welcome students from across the globe. My own international background informs our emphasis on the warm student experience and outstanding academic programs available to all our students here at Brock University. We prepare students for the jobs of today and the opportunities of tomorrow." Dr. Gervan Fearon President, Brock University
ď „ ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES If your first language is not English, you must prove proficiency with one of the following, or equivalent:
NEW ZONE FITNESS CENTRE
Field hockey I Figure skating M W Golf M W Handball I Ice hockey M W I Inner tube water polo Lacrosse M W MMA/Self defense C Pickleball I Ringette W Rowing M W Rugby M W Soccer M W I Soccer Baseball I W Women
Coming Sept. 2020
Slow-pitch I Softball W Squash M W I Swimming M W C Table tennis I Tchoukball I Tennis M W I Track and field M W Ultimate frisbee M W Volleyball M W I Wrestling M W Yoga C Zumba C C
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
Sports and recreational activities offered at Brock University Badminton I Ball hockey M I Barbell M W Baseball M Basketball M W I Cheerleading W Cross country M W Curling M W Dance W C Dodgeball I Dragon boat M W Equestrian W Fencing M W C Flag football I
Overall 6.5, no band below 6.0 For co-op Accounting, 7.0, with no band below 6.5
CAEL Overall 70, no other band score under 60
Brock Intensive English Language Program (IELP) I
Successful completion of Level 5 brocku.ca/esl-services
Brock English Placement Test (BEPT) Minimum overall score of 600, with no subtest below 400
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
COMMENTS-ALT ESL SERVICES If you don’t meet our English language proficiency requirements, consider our ESL academic programs.
IELP – Conditional admission
ENG4U Preparation Program
An intensive academic English language program for universityfocused students. Graduates will meet the English proficiency requirements for most Brock University undergraduate programs. The option to study one undergraduate course is also available for Fall, Winter and Spring Term entry.
Offered during the summer to allow Grade 11 students to build on the skills required to succeed in the ENG4U Grade 12 English course. Dates: July 6 – 31, 2020 and Aug. 4 – 28, 2020
Summer English Language Program (SELP)
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 2020, just in time for undergraduate studies in September.
Benefit from five weeks of quality in-class English language instruction, as you study alongside French-Canadian students from Canada's Explore program. You will also visit local attractions and discover the beauty of the Niagara region through planned educational and recreational activities. Dates: July 6 – Aug. 7, 2020
Academic Transitions (AcT) A program offering advanced students the opportunity to complete their ESL studies at the same time as they take a credit course toward their undergraduate degree.
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 FF Apply to Brock at brocku.ca/admissions/apply/#international
You will receive an email with step-by-step instructions on setting up your new my.brocku.ca portal and Brock email. Your my.brocku.ca portal is important. It allows you to: FF Submit official transcripts and documents to complete your application. FF Apply for scholarships and awards. FF Check your application status and accept Brock’s offer of admission. FF Apply for residence. To view our rooms, visit discover.brocku.ca/virtual-tour FF Obtain your study permit. *Select programs available with a January or May start date.
Stay in touch with us: firstname.lastname@example.org FACEBOOK /BrockuIntl
To apply to one of our programs in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, visit brocku.ca/nextstep
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Child Health, BCH Community Health, BA Kinesiology, BKin, BSc/Dual Degree Medical Sciences, BSc Nursing, BScN Physical Education, BPhEd Public Health, BPH/Dual Degree Recreation and Leisure Studies, BRLS Sport Management, BSM Faculty of Education Aboriginal 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 Technological Education, BEd Goodman School of Business Accounting, BAcc Business Administration, BBA Business Administration International Dual Degree Faculty of Humanities Canadian Studies, BA Classics, BA English Language and Literature, BA French Studies, BA Game Design, BA General Humanities, BA German (Minor) Hispanic and Latin American Studies, BA History, BA Interactive Arts and Science, BA Italian Studies, BA Medieval and Renaissance Studies, BA Philosophy, BA Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine & Performing Arts Dramatic Arts, BA Music, BA, BMus Studies in Arts and Culture, BA Visual Arts, BA
Faculty of Mathematics and Science Applied Computing (Minor) 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 Neuroscience, BSc Oenology and Viticulture, BSc Physics, BSc Sciences, BSc Faculty of Social Sciences Applied Linguistics, BA Business Communication, BA Business Economics, BBE Child and Youth Studies, BA Economics, BA Environmental Sustainability (Minor) Film Studies, BA Geography, BA/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 Studies, BA Womenâ€™s and Gender Studies, BA
Fall, Winter, and Spring Term entry available. Brock International, Niagara Region 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way St. Catharines, Ont. Canada L2S 3A1
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GRADUATE International student programs
Accounting, MPAcc ISP
Applied Linguistics, MA Bridged Entry
Business Administration, MBA ISP Education, MEd ISP Materials Physics, MSc ISP
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Applied Gerontology, MAG *pending approval Applied Health Sciences, MA, MSc, PhD Business Administration and Public Health, MBA/MPH (Concurrent degrees) Professional Kinesiology, MPK Public Health, MPH Faculty of Education Education, MEd, PhD Goodman School of Business
Accounting, MAcc Business Administration, MBA Business Administration and Public Health, MBA/MPH (Concurrent degrees) Management, MSc Faculty of Humanities Classics, MA English, MA History, MA Interdisciplinary Humanities, PhD Philosophy, MA Studies in Comparative Literatures & Arts, MA Faculty of Mathematics and Science Biological Sciences, MSc, PhD Biotechnology, MSc, PhD Chemistry, MSc, PhD Computer Science, MSc Earth Sciences, MSc Mathematics and Statistics, MSc Physics, MSc, PhD Faculty of Social Sciences Applied Disability Studies, MA, MADS Applied Linguistics, MA 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