Brock University

Founded 1964 | St. Catharines, ON

Brock University, located in a UNESCO biosphere reserve in the scenic Niagara region, offers more than 150 undergraduate and graduate programs across seven faculties, led by almost 600 faculty. The school’s culture promotes experiential learning and community outreach, and includes a massive co-op program: 1,300 to 1,500 students complete a work term annually with more than 300 industry partners in the Niagara region and beyond.

“Known for its student experience, teaching and research excellence, experiential education opportunities, renowned student supports and an ongoing commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, Brock is a place of possibility, where breakthroughs, big and small, happen every day,” says president Lesley Rigg.

World-class infrastructure on campus includes the Cairns’ Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex and the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts. The school draws international students from 100 countries. The Zone, the school’s expanded fitness and recreation centre, is central to the school’s fitness culture. The Brock–Niagara Validation, Prototyping and Manufacturing Institute is now open. A collaborative hub connecting Brock with industry partners in the health and disease, agricultural, chemical manufacturing and environmental sectors, it offers access to research expertise and state-of-the-art equipment.

Campus Buzz

The new Black Student Success Centre provides a welcoming environment, offering drop-in support for studying, research, time management and more. 

Standout Programs

• Data Sciences and Analytics: This cross-

disciplinary program bridges computational data sciences and business analytics to produce well-rounded grads. Students gain core knowledge and skills in areas such as big data, data mining, computational statistics, business analytics and information systems.

• Sport Management: This program incorporates field placements and internships, preparing students for sports industry careers. Strong graduate ties create networking and employment opportunities.

• Nursing: Classroom learning is integrated with clinical practice, hospital placements and work in the community. Facilities include simulation labs with programmed patient simulators that mimic realistic clinical and emergency situations.

Tuition (includes compulsory ancillary fees)

$7,499 ($7,804 out-of-province students)

Minimum Entering Grades

Arts: 70% · Science: 70% · Commerce: 70%

Student Body

Undergraduates: Full-time: 15,227 | Part-time: 2,103

Graduates: Full-time: 1,490 | Part-time: 233

International Students: First-year: 5% | Graduate: 43.1%

Housing Facts

Residence Spaces: 2,778 (2,178 reserved for first-year students)

Residence Costs: Double room with meals: $14,194 to $14,694 | Single room with meals: $15,034 to $15,534 | Apartment-style: $8,340 to $9,820

Cool Courses

• Augmented Reality Marketing: Students review theories and strategies to apply AR to marketing.

• Economics of Professional Sport: Topics include stadium subsidies, player salaries and labour markets, revenue sharing and an introduction to sports analytics.

Student Life on Campus

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