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Brock University

  • Public University, Estd 1964
  • St. Catharines, Ontario
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University Highlights

  • An acceptance rate of 85%
  • About 19,000 students from over 100 countries
  • Over 120 undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Seven academic faculties
  • 96% of graduates employed within six months
  • 12 3M Teaching Fellowship Award winners
  • Eight 8 Canada Research Chairs
  • Distributes more than $4 million in financial aid annually
  • 600 faculty members
  • Over $240-million invested in student space and learning in the last decade
  • Located in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
  • Over 24,000 experiential learning opportunities for students
  • Approximately 6,000 full- and part-time employees
  • Awards more than $11 million in awards and bursaries
  • 100,000+ alumni

University at a Glance

  • International
    Students
    2020
  • Male/Female
    Ratio
    42:57
  • UG/PG Course
    Ratio
    1:1.4
  • Faculty/Student
    Ratio
    1:33
  • No. of
    Campuses
    2
  • Yearly Hostel &
    Meals Expense
    $13.7K

Overview

Located in St. Catharines, Ontario, Brock University is a public Canadian research university. The efforts of the Allanburg Women’s Institute in 1957 initiated the establishment of the university. Founded in 1964, the institute started with 127 students. Also going by BU, the university bears the name of Major General Sir Isaac Brock. This university has the distinction of being the only university in Canada in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It also has affiliations with:

  • Universities Canada 
  • International Association of Universities
  • Canadian Association of Research Libraries
  • Council of Ontario Universities
  • Association of Commonwealth Universities
  • U Sports
  • Ontario University Athletics
  • Canadian Bureau for International Education
  • Canadian University Press

BU is currently home to about 19,000 students from over 100 countries. The university offers over 120 undergraduate and graduate programs in different areas of study. Seven academic faculties, as listed below, oversee these programs:

  • Goodman School of Business
  • Faculty of:
    • Applied Health Sciences
    • Education
    • Graduate Studies
    • Humanities
    • Mathematics and Science
    • Social Sciences
  • Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts

The university has the fifth-largest university co-op program in Canada as well as numerous international programs. Over 24,000 experiential learning opportunities are also available for students. BU has approximately 6,000 full- and part-time employees, including 600 faculty staff. The institute has affiliations with 12 3M Teaching Fellowship Award winners and eight 8 Canada Research Chairs.

Brock’s campuses in St. Catharines and Hamilton provide a plethora of services. The main campus in St. Catharines provides on-campus accommodation to around 2,500 students in 8 residence halls. A library, gymnasium, the Brock Sports Performance Centre, and other athletic, academic, and recreational facilities are accessible on campus grounds. Some of the other student services available on-campus include:

  • ​Aboriginal Education Council and Student Services
  • Academic Advising
  • Career Education
  • CareerZone
  • Co-op, Career and Experiential Education
  • English as a Second Language
  • Faith and Life Centre
  • International
  • Matheson Learning Commons
  • Personal Counselling Services
  • Recruitment and Liaison
  • Solidarity Experiences Abroad
  • Accounts and Financial Aid
  • Health Services
  • Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre
  • The Brock Student Sexual Violence Support Centre

Brock University serves as the alma mater to over 100,000 alumni around the globe. Some of the notable names that have come from this university include Jared Pelletier, Kyle Dubas, Malcolm Allen, and Rick Campanelli.

Fees & Admissions Requirements

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Admission Requirements
Documents

SOP: Not required
LOR: Needed for few courses
Essays: Not required
CV: Needed for few courses
Additional documents: Required
Proof of English language proficiency: Required

Accommodation

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Description

The university provides on-campus accommodation to its students in eight residence halls

  • The following housing options are available across the residences: 
    • Traditional style: DeCew Residence
    • Semi-suite style: Vallee, Earp, Residence 8, Gateway, and Lowenberger Residences
    • Townhouse style: Village and Quarry View Residences
  • The residences accommodate nearly 2,777 students in total
  • Single or double rooms are available
  • On-campus meal plans are available and mandatory for traditional- and semi-suite style houses
  • Common amenities include:
    • Bed with a mattress (twin/single size)
    • Chest of drawers
    • Laundry facility
    • Closet space or wardrobe
    • Chair
    • Desks
    • Bookshelves

Link: https://ukings.ca/admissions/finances/tuition-living-expenses/residence-meal-plan/#residence

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Campus & Contact

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Main Campus
  • Address:
    Niagara Region 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way St. Catharines, ON L2S 3A1 Canada
  • Email:
    admissions@brocku.ca
  • Phone:
    +1 905-688-5550

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