BROCK UNIVERSITY

Canada, Ontario

Nestled in the scenic region of Niagara (Ontario), Brock University is one of the top Canadian institutes. It offers 120+ programs through 7 major faculties as an undergraduate, graduate, doctoral degree, certificate courses and distance education. With 19,000 students belonging to 100 different countries, the University creates a diverse, multicultural on-campus experience. Brock is amongst the top 5 Ontario universities for the number of 3Million National Teaching Fellow and has acquired 8 Canada research chairs. Departments of Business Administration, Public Health, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are quite popular amongst international students. Apart from that, Brock is world-famous for its sports-related programs. Brock Badgers, the varsity athletic team, participates every year in the Canadian Interuniversity Sports League.

Campus Life

The main campus of Brock University located in the heart of Niagara Peninsula, an UNESCO biosphere reserve, home to world-famous attractions. With over 100 student-clubs on campus, various activities ranging from political, academic, social, arts, religious are active. Sports activities like water polo, slow pitch, flag football, volleyball, soccer are in action all season. Amenities like Gymnasium, pools, squash, and many more are available at Brock. The vicinity is close to U.S border, just minutes away from all major tourist locations and few miles away from hustling Area of Greater Toronto (GTA). The Teacher Education department and Faculty of Education are home to another campus of the University, located in the Hamilton city, Ontario.

Noted Alumni

Some notable Brock graduates are Kyle Dubas, a Canadian hockey executive working as general manager of Toronto Maple leaf of National Hockey League; Rick Campanelli, a TV and radio personality known as VJ and host of MuchMusic and ET Canada; Mariana Valverde, a criminologist and sociologist, current professor at the University of Toronto; Jenna Sudds, a politician, city councillor of Kanata North in Ottawa, Ontario.