The spring/summer program at Lakehead University, including English language courses, have been moved to online delivery because of Covid-19. If students have applied for May entry and would like to start from home, they can register for online courses. Scholarships and funding opportunities are available to students and can be accessed on the institution’s website.
Due to the closure of some IELTS and TOEFL centres, Lakehead University will be accepting the Duolingo English test from applicants who are unable to access these centres. To meet the English language proficiency requirements, students must score at least 110 to be accepted onto most undergraduate programs.
To further support students and applicants at this time, Lakehead University is offering online services such as one-on-one counselling where students can virtually connect with a team at the university. They will be able to answer any questions about admissions, programs, accommodation, tuition and scholarships.
Students can also access Lakehead International Live events every weekday to ask important questions about anything to do with attending Lakehead University to current students, professors and Lakehead experts. Students can find out more about these opportunities by visiting the Connect to Lakehead website.