Brock University was first established in 1964. Brock‘s academics is made up of six faculties which provide multiple programs and course choices for exchange students. Alongside academics, Brock takes great pride in life outside the classroom. Students can get involved with intramurals, join student clubs and get involved in residence life.
Brock offers 12 story tower library, theatres with professional musical and dramatic performances throughout the year, a new recreation complex (which includes four gymnasiums, an indoor running track, squash, tennis, racquetball courts and an indoor rowing center) and many student learning and computer common areas.
St. CatharinesSt. Catharines, Canada Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus100,000 - 250,000 residents in St. CatharinesLanguage(s) spoken on campus: English
Brock University is rich in culture and diversity due to its location in the Niagara Peninsula. Surrounded by hiking paths and lakes, Brock University is an ideal choice for students who are looking to experience a culture of tradition, adventures and natural beauty. The university is located in the city of St. Catharines, which is set on the top of the Niagara escarpment, overlooking the greenery of Niagara’s green belt and famous wine vineyards.
The university is located in the center of the Niagara Region, and is an hour away from Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo (U.S.) and 15 minutes from Niagara Falls. Students have the ability to explore not just the local attractions, but many popular North American spots!