St. Catharines, Ontario
Niagara Falls International Airport
School type:
Admissions level:
  • Undergraduate - Direct/ ESL
  • Graduate - Direct/ Pathway
Rankings & Recognition:

#30 Canada's Best Universities by Reputation

(Maclean's 2024)

#13 Canada’s Best Comprehensive Universities

(Maclean's 2024)

Key facts:
  • A mid-sized university
  • Student population: 19,000+ from 100+ countries
  • The only university in Canada in a UNESCO Biosphere reserve
  • Programs: 130+ including 70 undergraduate and 50 graduate programs
  • Faculties: Seven - Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Education, Humanities, Mathematics and Science, Social Sciences, Graduate Studies, the Goodman School of Business
  • Brock's Goodman School of Business is AACSB accredited - One of the world's top 5% of business schools
  • Bachelor of Accounting (Co-op) is the fastest pathway to get CPA in comparison to other universities in Ontario
  • Mental Health Services: Top services in the nation with 24/7 support
  • 96% graduate success: Brock has one of the highest rates of graduate employment
  • Total graduates: 100,000+ including prominent figures in the world of business, entertainment, sports and academics
Why this school?


Founded in 1964, Brock University is one of Canada's top post-secondary institutions, offering all the advantages of a youthful, modern university in a safe, civic-minded city with breathtaking natural surroundings. Brock University offers a superior educational experience with more than 19,000 students in its seven diverse Faculties. We design our degree programs to fit your objectives in the future.

Offering co-op and service learning programs that provide you the maximum exposure to your chosen field of study demonstrates our commitment to your career. More than just a school, Brock is a community. Every interest is catered to through a wide variety of clubs, intramural sports, and extracurricular activities.

  • Career-driven programming: Brock University's career-focused degrees, including those in game design, public health, and sport management, together with co-op work periods, internships, and experience opportunities, will prepare you for your future employment.
  • Brock promotes success: Brock graduates have one of the highest employment rates in Canada, with 96.5% of them getting jobs after receiving their degree.
  • Personalized international student support: The academic success and general wellbeing of international students are the focus of a team at Brock. Engage in transitional and ongoing academic, linguistic, and social training is a perfect way of maximizing your academic success.
  • Affordable living: Niagara offers both on-campus and off-campus housing that is safe and reasonably priced. Compared to Toronto, a one-bedroom apartment costs 67% less on average.
  • Undergraduate: $400 - $3,400/ year
  • Graduate: Not available


  • Undergraduate: $36,885 - $38,561/ year
  • Graduate: $18,696 - $35,887/ year

Room & Board: $13,750/ year

Entry requirements



(Direct Admission)


(Direct Admission)


GPA 3.0+

GPA 3.0+

Transcript evaluation



English proficiency

IELTS 6.5+/ TOEFL 88+

IELTS 6.5+/ TOEFL 88+ (Recommended).

Varies by program.

For details, please see Graduate Admissions - Requirements

Standardized test:

  • Undergraduate: SAT/ACT
  • Graduate: GMAT/GRE


MBA - Traditional

Special requirements: Portfolio, audition, interview, work experience, etc.

Visual Arts, Mathematics & Statistics, Dramatic Arts, Music

Varies by program.

For details, please see Graduate Admissions - Requirements




Personal statement

Game Design, Game Programming,  Mathematics & Statistics


Recommendation letter



Application fee




Undergraduate: ALL PROGRAMS

  • Business: Sport Management, Accounting, Business Administration, Statistics, Communication and Media, Economics/ Business Economics, Tourism
  • Sciences: Biochemistry, Biological Science, Biomedical Sciences, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics
  • Engineering-Technology: Computer Science, Data Science/ Data Analytics
  • Social Sciences and Education: Education/ Educational Studies, English, Cultural Studies/ Contemporary Culture, Linguistics, Early Childhood, Psychology, Geography, Political Sciences, Sociology
  • Health and Human Services: Public Health, Human Movement, Medical Science, Nursing, Neuroscience
  • Visual and Performing Arts: Games Design & Development/ Programming, Visual Arts/ Interactive Design, Performing Arts, Music, Film Studies


  • Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics (TESL) Course-Based/ Bridged Entry; Master of Science in Material Physics; Master of Education Course-Based/ General Pathway; Master of Professional Accounting - International Student Program; Master of Business Administration - International Student Pathway; Master of Business Administration - Traditional Program
  • Leadership in Community-based Education Certificate; Canadian Culture and Education Studies Certificate; Professional Master's Preparation Certificate
Application deadlines


  • Fall Intake (September start): January 15
  • Winter Intake (January start): December 1
  • Spring Intake (May start): April 1

*For details, please see Undergraduate Admissions -Deadlines


Varies by program.

For details, please see Graduate Admissions - Deadlines

The thriving downtown St Catharines is the largest city in the Niagara Region. Niagara is one of Canada’s most unique regions, a diverse collection of communities, connected by rural landscapes and unspoiled nature, being close to Toronto and bordered by two Great Lakes, the mighty Niagara River, and New York State.