Brock University


At a Glance

Visit Website (Opens In A New Tab)

Urban Centre Size
Small (under 150K)
Number of Students
DLI Number
Main Campus Region

Brock University is one of Canada’s top post-secondary institutions. Located in historic Niagara Region, Brock offers all the benefits of a young and modern university in a safe, community-minded city with beautiful natural surroundings.

With more than 19,000 students in seven diverse faculties, Brock University offers an academic experience that’s second to none. Our degree programs are designed with your future in mind. We focus on your career with co-op and service learning options that provide maximum exposure to your chosen field of study.


At Brock University, we believe in you. We believe you can make the world a better place, and we have the programs and opportunities to propel you on that path.

We know your talents and strengths can shape a compassionate future, and we offer the supports needed to take them beyond the classroom.

We know every student has the power to impact the course of history, and we will supply you with the tools you require to harness your own momentum for positive change.

We believe that even when the world is changing, you have the power to change the world.


Brock Faculties & Schools:

Hear from current and former international students. (Opens In A New Tab)

Requirements and Admissions

General Admission Requirements

Explore admissions criteria by program. (Opens In A New Tab)

See international curriculums and academic credential requirements by country. (Opens In A New Tab)

What We Need to Make an Admissions Decision

Brock will make an admissions decision upon receipt of an academic secondary school transcript that includes a summary of studies to date and includes:

  • Final grades from the first term of senior year
  • An indication of courses being studied in second term of senior year
  • Predicted grades are acceptable

We will accept a transcript or grade report from your secondary school guidance office for the purpose of assessing your application, but we will require a final official transcript from the institution as a condition of any offer.

Looking for more information? Connect with us (Opens In A New Tab) today!


  • Arts, entertainment, and media management
  • Bilingual, multilingual and multicultural education
  • Biochemistry/biophysics and molecular biology
  • Biology, general
  • Biomathematics, bioinformatics, and computational biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Botany/plant biology
  • Cell/cellular biology and anatomical sciences
  • Communication and media studies
  • Curriculum and instruction
  • Drama/theatre arts and stagecraft
  • Ecology, evolution, systematics and population biology
  • Educational administration and supervision
  • Educational assessment, evaluation and research
  • Educational/instructional media design
  • Film/video and photographic arts
  • Finance and Financial Management Services
  • Fine arts and art studies
  • Genetics
  • Health and physical education/fitness
  • Human Resources Management and Services
  • International and comparative education
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Microbiological sciences and immunology
  • Molecular medicine
  • Music
  • Neurobiology and neurosciences
  • Outdoor education
  • Parks, recreation and leisure studies
  • Parks, recreation, leisure and fitness studies, other
  • Physical Science Technologies/Technicians
  • Social and philosophical foundations of education
  • Special education and teaching
  • Statistics
  • Taxation
  • Visual, digital and performing arts, general

Student Experience

At Brock, you’ll find a community that celebrates distinctive voices, intellectual curiosity and student wellness.

Life is more than just the time spent in classrooms. From student involvement activities to fitness and recreation, life as a Badger is active and engaging. That’s why we are ranked #2 in Canada for overall student satisfaction.

Brock is also home to one of Canada’s messiest traditions: The Grape Stomp. (Opens In A New Tab) Each year a metric tonne of grapes is delivered to our campus, which is located in the heart of wine country, and hundreds of students take in part in what is considered by University Affairs (Opens In A New Tab) as one of Canada’s best campus traditions!

We provide top-notch academic support, promote personal health and encourage positive connectivity in order for you to make the most of your time at Brock. We also know that your path to wellness is as unique as you are, and we are here to address challenges together in a welcoming, safe and confidential environment.

For three years in a row, Brock has been ranked #1 in Canada for Mental Health services because we have resources and people committed to make sure you are supported and empowered every day… even through the toughest times.

Brock is also a leader in experiential education and is home to the fifth-largest university co-op program (Opens In A New Tab) in Canada. This means that you will gain the important, real-world experience to set you apart from other graduates when you make your next move into your career or graduate program.

Scholarships and Bursaries

Brock Scholars Award

Our largest award is the Brock Scholars Award. These awards are automatic and open to every incoming student from anywhere in the world. To qualify, you must be entering your first undergraduate program (no previous post-secondary experience).

The grades criteria (Ontario equivalent grades) and award amounts for the Brock Scholars Award are:

  • $13,600 ($3,400 first year, $3,400 renewable for 3 years**) 95.0% and above
  • $7,600 ($1,900 first year, $1,900 renewable for 3 years**) 90.0% – 94.9%
  • $3,600 ($900 first year, $900 renewable for 3 years**) 85.0% – 89.9%
  • $1,600 ($400 first year, $400 renewable for 3 years**) 80.0% – 84.9%

Other Awards

Brock also has many other awards available for international students, including:

  • $1,000-$4,000 Emerging Market Entrance Awards
  • $1,000 International Curriculum Award
  • $4,000 Caribbean International Scholarship
  • $4,000 International Education Fund
  • $2,500 International Bridging Scholar Award

Brock is also home to the innovative OneApp (Opens In A New Tab), which allows you to apply to hundreds of awards and bursaries at once through one single application.


Brock residences are a home away from home for almost 2,800 students every year. There are four distinct styles of residence that each offer a unique experience and sense of community. Let us help you find the perfect space to be successful, meet life-long friends and live your best life at Brock.

Residence Guarantee

Brock is pleased to guarantee a space in residence to all full-time undergraduate students in any year of study. The residence guarantee applies only if both the residence application and fee are received by June 1, 2023.

Building Styles and Amenities

Residence Life

Residence at Brock is a warm and inviting atmosphere and it’s the people that make it the best place to live. You have the rest of your life to live off-campus and one of the benefits of living in residence is all that is available at your doorstep.

Besides the friendly faces in the Department of Residences, there are some fantastic opportunities to get involved in residence life. Throughout the year there are many activities and events and educational programming in which to participate. Brock also has a strong commitment to student services, ensuring our students have the highest quality experience both in and out of the classroom.

Our residences are a community — a community based on respect. The success of our community relies on the thoughtful consideration residents demonstrate for their roommates, suite mates and neighbours.

Contact Information


Student Testimonials

Read about the experiences of past international students.

  1. My co-op work term help me gain experience with one of Canada’s top employers, which gave me the confidence and skills to go out and succeed in the industry.

    Kriti, India, Bachelor of Business Administration, Co-op
  2. Niagara feels like one of the most diverse, student friendly cities in the world. Meeting fellow students from different parts of the globe will enhance my educational experience and allow me to thrive in an increasingly multi-cultural world.

    Anthony, Kenya, Media and Communications
  3. Not only will you get closer to your goals, but you will grow as a person through the meaningful relationships you will form here.

    Hamed, Iran, Public Health

Have questions about admissions?

To learn more about the admissions criteria for each of our programs please contact the admissions office.

An overhead view of students sitting at tables.

Contact Admissions