Laurentian University

Laurentian University, founded in 1960, is located in Sudbury, Ontario, the “Nickel capital” of Canada, and offers a wide range of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in both English and French. Laurentian University is one of only six research universities in Canada with a mining engineering program. With an enrollment of approximately 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students, the school has the highest graduate employment rate in Ontario, with 92% of its students employed within 6 months of graduation, and the second highest graduate income in the province.

 

Laurentian University offers more than 175 programs with about 10,000 students and nearly 1,000 faculty members, including more than 400 professors.

 

Collaboration Programs: All undergraduate and graduate programs.

 

Popular Majors: Engineering (Mining, Mechanical, Mining-Mechanical), MBA, Computer Science, etc.

 

Enrollment months: January, May and September

 

Admission requirements:

Undergraduate programs require 70%+

Graduate programs require 70%+