INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY PROGRAMS.
Welcome to Brock Located in the heart of Niagara, you'll be part of an experience like no other.
Contents 4 Top 5 reasons to choose Brock 6 Experience Brock 8 Living in Niagara 10 Campus life 12 Areas of study 14 Finances 16 Admissions 18 University Mentorship Program
TOP 5 REASONS TO CHOOSE BROCK. 4
1. SAFETY — ON AND OFF CAMPUS Brock's beautiful campus is located in Niagara, one of the safest regions in Canada*. Combined with our dedicated 24-hour campus security team, you'll have peace of mind while you study.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CHOOSE BROCK
3. 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.
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2. AFFORDABLE LIVING Niagara offers safe and affordable accommodation on and off campus. On average, a one-bedroom apartment is 67% less expensive than Toronto.**
4. DIVERSE STUDENTS, DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES Brock is a globally minded community with 100+ countries represented on campus. Our many clubs and events bring Canadian and international students together. 5. 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.
VIRTUAL TOUR OF BROCK’S CAMPUS discover.brocku.ca/virtual-tour
Brock offered me a scholarship based on academic achievement and has one of the strongest co-op programs as part of a business degree. Brock was also the university that I received the fastest responses from and their website was easy to understand and navigate through." Shanen, India International Student Ambassador
EXPERIENCE BROCK 6
Location is everything!
Brock University is located in the beautiful Niagara region in the city of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The Brock campus overlooks the city from atop the Niagara Escarpment. On a clear day, you can easily view the Toronto skyline from campus.
Brock celebrates the academic strengths and cultural diversity that students bring to campus. Visit the International Centre to join weekly cultural trips and activities, and for any assistance you may need. We provide support at pre-departure, on-arrival and throughout your stay.
Brock is a mid-sized school with more than 19,000 students and 600 faculty. About 10 per cent of our students are from outside Canada, representing more than 100 countries. Here you’ll enjoy all the benefits of a modern university in a safe, communityminded city with lovely natural surroundings.
The International Centre offers sunny, atriumstyle spaces for you to study and work on group projects. There is an Asian-style café on site, a comfortable student lounge with microwaves, hot water-on-demand, and a big screen with LCD projector. Movie and World Cup screenings are regular events!
How long will it take me to fly to Pearson International Airport?
What's the weather like?
Spring March to May
Summer June to August
Fall September to November
Winter December to February
Brock University is a 20-minute drive to Niagara Falls, which is host to 12 million tourists every year.
New York 1 hr
England 7.5 hrs
Bahamas 3 hrs
UAE 13.5 hrs
Bermuda 2.5 hrs
India 15 hrs
Brazil 11 hrs
China 13 hrs
Nigeria 11 hrs
Japan 13.5 hrs 7
Incoming Brock Students have two accommodation options:
In residence at Brock, you'll live in outstanding, modern facilities, meet new friends and become a vital part of our community. There are three styles of residence: traditional, semi-suite and townhouse. brocku.ca/residence
Exploring the option of living off campus? There are many affordable housing options within close proximity of Brock's campus. brocku.ca/ocl
CAMPUS LIFE 10
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We don’t just talk about getting our students engaged – we’ve developed a range of co-curricular activities and volunteer opportunities to help you discover and share your passions.
Student Life and Community Experience
If you are interested in trying out for a varsity team, contact one of our coaches via gobadgers.ca
We invite you to meet with like-minded peers to put your passions and ideas into action by utilizing our resources and finding volunteer opportunities on campus and within the Niagara region. Visit our Service-Learning Resource Centre and Student Leadership and Innovation Commons to find out more, brocku.ca/student-life
There’s a club for that... Our student government, the Brock University Students' Union (BUSU), offers many ways to get involved with more than 100 clubs. Our clubs reflect our diverse student population and represent many different aspects of student life, brockbusu.net/get-involved/clubs
Our varsity teams compete in baseball, basketball, cross-country, curling, fencing, golf, hockey, lacrosse, rowing, rugby, soccer, squash, swimming, volleyball and wrestling. Join the fun and support your varsity teams. It’s free for undergraduate students to attend regular season games.
Recreation Services More than 2,500 students participate each year in intramural sports. One of the most popular campus activities, it is a great way to meet new people and stay active. Some of the most popular intramurals are badminton, soccer, ice hockey and cricket. Visit brocku.ca/recreation-services Membership to on-campus recreational facilities is included in your tuition. Visit: • Olympic-sized swimming pool • Indoor running/walking track • The Zone fitness centre • Three large gymnasia • Indoor squash courts • Artificial turf field • Outdoor tennis courts • Outdoor playing fields 11
AREAS OF STUDY 12
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 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 Studies in Arts and Culture, BA Dramatic Arts, BA Canadian Studies, BA Game Design, BA Interactive Arts and Science, BA Music, BA, BMus Visual Arts, BA Brock International, Niagara Region 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way St. Catharines, ON Canada L2S 3A1
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 Women’s and Gender Studies, BA Fall, Winter, and Spring term-entry available.
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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, MSc 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
Short-term International Mobility Programs International students can come to Brock for short-term experiences lasting one-semester or one academic year. Students study full-time to achieve credit which can be transferred to their home university degree. Not sure which program is right for you? Contact our office for more details.
How much will my studies at Brock cost? Typical costs for study abroad students for one term
Study Abroad fee(s)
Tuition & ancillary fees* (for students taking 1.5 to 2.5 credits per term)
8,750 - $13,900
208 - $416
208 - $416
Regional Bus Pass
400 - $1200
400 - $1200
Total average cost*
855 - $1863
9,730 - $15,641
*Fees and costs are quoted in Canadian dollars and are based on 2018-19's costs. All may be subject to change without notice. 15
English language requirements for undergraduate studies If English is not your first language, you will need to provide proof of your English language abilities. Brock’s Intensive English Language Program (IELP) brocku.ca/international/future/esl
Successful completion of Level 5
6.5 or greater, with no band below 6.0
Score of 88 or greater (minimum 21 on speaking and writing)
iBT DAAD English Language Certificate
Brock University reserves the right to request more information regarding English proficiency test score results.
How to apply Brock’s Study Abroad Program
Brock’s Exchange Program
Apply through the Study Abroad office at your home university. Your university may have affiliations with Brock University.
Contact your home for more information on how to apply brocku.ca/exchanges
Apply directly to Brock University. brocku.ca/international/mobility/study-abroad
UNIVERSITY MENTORSHIP (UM) PROGRAM 18
Interested in completing an internship or research placement in Canada? Brock’s UM program welcomes students and other scholars from academic institutions to participate with Brock faculty, staff and students in a range of academic and administrative professional development activities. Complement your current degree at your home institution by adding a unique research/placement component. Support you receive in the University Mentorship (UM) program: • Pre-departure assistance, correspondence, formal invitation letter • Assistance finding local accommodations • Free ground transportation to St. Catharines from Pearson International Airport or Buffalo International Airport • On-arrival orientation including campus tour • Full Internet and computer access, borrowing privileges from the University library, work-station assignment, health insurance arrangements, banking assistance, scheduling of first meetings, etc • Opportunities for networking with academic colleagues at Brock, fellow visiting scholars and the broader community, by way of educational, social and special events Participate in a range of academic and administrative professional development activities, including graduate or undergraduate laboratory internships, research work under the supervision of a faculty member, or job shadowing. 19
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