Brock University

Brock University, founded in 1964 in honor of War of 1812 hero Sir Isaac Brock and named after his last name, is one of the top 10 most valuable public universities in Canada.


Brock University is located in St. Catharines, Ontario, near Niagara Falls and the border with the United States. It is one of the top 3 universities in Canada in terms of student satisfaction. The university has about 19,000 students from 100 different countries, including about 2500 international students, and a faculty-to-student ratio of 1:30. The seven schools offer more than 70 undergraduate programs and 50+ master’s and doctoral programs.


As a relatively young school, Brock University does not have the glorious history of those century-old schools, but it is precisely because of the unique innovative and enterprising spirit of young schools that Brock University has rapidly grown into a famous Canadian school with high-quality teaching, friendly campus atmosphere and highly responsible teachers in the 30 years since its establishment.


Brock University is one of the famous public basic universities in Canada, and its most well-known major is accounting. It is one of the only four universities granting master’s degree in accounting in Canada, and has a high degree of recognition in the Canadian CPA industry. In addition, Brock University has the unique oenology major in Canada, which is the only university in Canada to offer undergraduate degree in oenology. Its popularity enjoys a high reputation in North America, which guarantees high salary and employment rate for graduates. A large number of Co-op opportunities ensure that more than 85% of graduates are employed by the top 200 enterprises in China.


Brock University is known for its focus on group studies and small class sizes, where students can work with outstanding professors on various on-campus studies, many of which have won international acclaim. Its co-op program ranks second among Ontario institutions. Its business students have won many awards in Canadian competitions. For four years in a row, the student community has won awards in the United States-Canada University Rankings. Brock University not only provides classroom education, but also pays special attention to the cultivation of students’ practical working ability. Good positions require good experience. In order to train 21st century application talents, the internship content is changed and added every year, and internships are arranged in almost all majors. Students can practice their professional knowledge and improve their employability skills through various forms such as paid internships, on-campus volunteer services and work-study programs. Upon graduation, the university will recommend students to employers via computer based on their internship experience and skills.


Brock University offers bachelor’s, master’s and Doctor’s degrees in 40 disciplines and 500 different specialties in the fields of arts, business administration, computer and data analysis, education, engineering, medical nursing, geology, chemistry, literature, law, music, environment and science.


For students with multiple major interests, the university offers a combination of major courses. Students can study two unrelated majors at the same time, which enables students to cultivate comprehensive professional qualities while satisfying their desire for knowledge, and broaden their employment options. If a student wishes to study two majors that do not already have a joint course, the school also tries to design a course specifically for these students.


Brock University is home to the College of Health Sciences, the College of Education, the Goodman School of Business, the College of Humanities, the Marilyn Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, the College of Mathematical Sciences, and the College of Social Sciences.


Canada’s only university located in a UNESCO biological reserve


Brock University has distinct seasons of the year. The average temperature in summer is around 20 degrees Celsius, and the lowest temperature in winter is -8 degrees Celsius. However, the school buildings are connected to each other, and students can freely move among gyms, dormitories, and teaching buildings without going outside. At the same time, the school has 16 cafeterias, Starbucks and other chain coffee shops are settled in, and you can enjoy food from all over the world, including Chinese food.


Ultra-high employment rate


96.5% of Brock University’s undergraduate graduates successfully got jobs. The university has a career guidance center and a paid internship office. The university often helps students hold offline job fairs, revise resumes, and conduct mock interviews. Students can make an appointment for 1:1 tutoring.


Student service experience


McCaughrean Magazine ranked Brock University No. 1 in Canada for student health care, No. 1 in Ontario for student satisfaction, and No. 2 in Ontario for academic guidance services.


Unique advantage


Top Majors: Sports Management, Sport Management, Oenology and Viticulture

No. 5: Psychology The first Canadian university to offer a paid internship

Top Canadian business schools: AACSB and CPA certification, accounting is Brooke’s ace major

Ontario Teachers Association Certification: Simultaneous education with dual degrees in Education

United States Disneyland cooperation & Canada Fairmont Hotels Group: tourism management


University expenses


With tuition fees ranging from $31,622 to $33,059 per year, Brock University is committed to international students that the four-year tuition fee will be based on freshman tuition rates and will not increase with annual tuition adjustments.


Cooperative programs: All undergraduate programs except Accounting Co-op.

Popular programs: Accounting, Business Administration, Oenology, Life Science, Economics, Computer Science, etc.