Lakehead University

Lakehead University was founded in 1965 and has two campuses. The Orillia campus is only about an hour’s drive from Toronto. The main campus is located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, near Lake Superior. Lakehead University is located in the heart of the city, providing an excellent educational environment and natural laboratories.


The advantages of Lakehead University


It offers more than 85 specialized programs, and has a 97.7% employment rate (Ontario’s average is 95.6%). It has 24 top research centers and one of the top three Paleo-DNA laboratories in the world. The faculty includes 12 of Canada’s leading scientists and is Canada’s No. 1 undergraduate research university with the largest research funding.


Covering an area of 100+ hectares, the university has 6,000 square meters of recreational Settings, including basketball courts, gyms, swimming pools, hot yoga studios and more. There are about 8500 students in the school. The teacher-student ratio is 1:15. The teaching model is small class. There are more than 1,500 international students.


Department of University, Lakehead University


It has ten schools and its own law school. Strengths: Business Administration and Commerce, Engineering, Natural Resource Management, Teacher Education, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Health and Behavioral Sciences, etc.


In terms of immigration, the unique immigration advantage of Canadian master’s degree is also very good for international students. Different from EE scores, Canadian master’s degree immigrants have the qualification of “provincial nomination” and can submit applications without work experience. Thunder Bay, Ontario, where Lakehead University is located, enjoys the preferential immigration policy of “Northern Immigrant Pilot Program”. Make your road to Maple Leaf card easier and faster!


Immigration policy


Study for a master’s degree in Lakehead University, complete the MBA courses of Lakehead University for one year or 16 months, and obtain a master’s degree. After graduation, the family can obtain a three-year work visa, and the fastest one year later the family can obtain permanent residence in Canada.

Co-majors: All undergraduate and graduate majors except nursing, Education and psychology.


Popular majors: MBA, Engineering, Forestry, Environment, Mathematical Science, Computer Science, etc.


Enrollment months: January, May and September


Admission requirements:


Undergraduate students: Average score is above 70%, IELTS 6.5, individual score is not less than 6, TOEFL 80, individual score is not less than 19.

Postgraduate students: Above 78%, IELTS 6.5, TOEFL 80, individual score is not less than 19.