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湖首大學

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Overview

Overview

Lakehead University is a vibrant and forward-thinking institution that provides a transformative educational experience for students.

Offering over 65 undergraduate programs, Lakehead is recognized for providing a student-centred learning experience with exceptional teaching. It has also partnered with Georgian College to offer four degree + diploma programs at its campus in Barrie, Ontario.

Established over 50 years ago, the university has an inclusive community where all student successes are celebrated. Over 1,500 international students from over 70 nations are enrolled at Lakehead.

Students are provided with experiential learning opportunities where they can apply classroom learning in practical environments. The small student-to-professor ratio enables students to learn through an innovative combination of academic mentorship, practical learning, and modern research.

Recognized as one of the country's most beautiful campuses (Huffington Post), Lakehead has two campuses in Ontario and one in Thunder Bay and Orillia. Both provide students with modern facilities, teaching excellence, student accommodation, a co-operative education, a variety of social activities and events, all within the beautiful, natural environment.

The university is renowned worldwide for its research excellence. Its business school is internationally accredited by the AACSB. In the 2021 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, Lakehead University was one of only 26 universities from North America to be included in the top 100.

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What's new

What's new

Lakehead has returned to primarily in-person learning, with some hybrid options, in September 2021, including the many experiential learning opportunities such as fieldwork, placements and practicums. Students are encouraged to check the university's Covid-19 announcements page regularly for updates.

Lakehead is now accepting Duolingo English test scores as submission of English proficiency. To be accepted onto most undergraduate programs at the university, students need to score at least 110 in the Duolingo exam or 120 for selected programs such as nursing.

The university's support services are available in both in person and online options, including individual counselling and academic advising.

In addition to this, Lakehead International Live events take place regularly. This offers prospective students the opportunity to ask questions to current students, professors, and other Lakehead experts - live!

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Recognized for its research excellence, Lakehead has been the only university to be rated as the top Canadian university for undergraduate research for five consecutive years (Research Infosource 2015 – 2019). Research facilities that students have access to include:

  • Biorefining Research Institute
  • Centre for Advanced Studies in Engineering and Sciences
  • Paleo-DNA laboratories (one of the top three worldwide)
  • 20+ research chairs
  • 27 research centres, institutes and centralized analytical facilities

Over 85 percent of classes at Lakehead have less than 50 students, and 50 percent of classes have fewer than 25 students. These small classes create a personalized learning experience, so students can become fully engaged with their learning.

The student to professor ratio of 15:1 at the Thunder Bay campus and 13:1 at the Orillia campus, so students are given unique opportunities to collaborate alongside professors on real-world research projects. This unparalleled experience helps students become highly employable in their future career or graduate school.

Work-integrated education is woven throughout Lakehead's curriculum across many disciplines. Opportunities include field school, community-based learning, a co-operative education, and internships where students can use the skills, theory and knowledge acquired in the classroom in real-world situations.

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Department structure

Department structure

The university is split into nine faculties. These are:

Business Administration

An AACSB-accredited business school that combines co-op and work-integrated learning. Students receive a strong business foundation and leave highly equipped for the professional world. There are also options to specialize into upper years.

Education

Lakehead's innovative thinking and teaching is conducted through classes and over 100 days of in-school placement.

Engineering

The only Canadian university where you can earn an engineering diploma and degree in just four years. Courses blend theoretical and hands-on learning to ensure graduates are highly employable upon graduation.

Health and Behavioural Sciences

Home to several departments and schools, students can choose from a variety of health-related programs which balance theory with labs, internships, and placements.

Law

Lakehead's law school focuses on three key areas. These are: Aboriginal and Indigenous Law, Natural Resources and Environmental Law, and Sole/Small Town Practice with the Integrated Practice Curriculum (IPC).

Medical School

The medical school's courses help students improve clinical practices across working environments, including urban, rural, and remote communities.

Natural Resources Management

Courses that balance sustainability of the ecosystem as well as social, economic, and environmental issues. The graduate employment rate from this faculty is 100 percent.

Science and Environmental Sciences

There are several programs offered in the faculty including: anthropology applied life sciences bioinformatics biology chemistry computer science earth science economics environmental science geography and water resource science.

Social Sciences and Humanities

This faculty offers a range of programs, including criminology as well as media, film, and communications. Courses develop students into work-ready graduates with successful careers in a variety of industries, including community activism and government.

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Undergraduate entry requirements

Undergraduate entry requirements

To be considered for a place at Lakehead University, international students need to meet specific entry requirements.

Academic requirements

As well as meeting the specific course requirements, applicants need to have graduated from a secondary school (or equivalent) and have a minimum of 70 percent overall Canadian average or equivalent.

Depending on the program applied for, students may also need to meet program-specific pre-requisites.

English language requirements

Applicants whose first language is not English, or who have not studied in a school where English is the main language used, will need to prove their English language proficiency through an English language exam.

For most undergraduate programs, applicants need to achieve an IELTS score of 6.5 (with no individual score lower than 6.0) or equivalent.

Students who meet all the admission requirements for their program except the English language requirements may be admitted to their academic program on condition of completing Lakehead University's Academic English Program.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Lakehead University offers one of Canada's most generous scholarship programs to international students. By providing this extra financial support, Lakehead makes it easier for students to focus on their studies.

There are a limited number of scholarships on offer, so students are advised to apply to Lakehead as soon as possible to be considered.

International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship 2022-2023

The university offers international undergraduate students an award of up to CAD 40,000 towards their tuition fees. Non-Canadian applicants who are applying from high school or equivalent, or who are transferring from an international college or university will be automatically considered for the scholarship. The amount of scholarship available is dependent on the student's academic average. The amount awarded is dependent on a student's academic average. The award amounts are split into the following scores:

  • Scores of 90 percent or above can receive up to CAD 40,000 (CAD 10,000 over four years).
  • Scores between 80 percent to 89.9 percent can receive up to CAD 30,000 (CAD 7,500 over four years).
  • Scores between 75 percent to 79.9 percent can receive up to CAD 6,000 (CAD 6,000 for the first year only).

All entrance scholarship averages are awarded based on the Canadian equivalent of a student's grade used for admission. International students considering Lakehead University are encouraged to apply to the university early so that they are considered for both rounds of scholarship entrance.

For terms and conditions of the scholarships and their renewability, please visit Lakehead's International Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship page.

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Facilities

Facilities

Both of Lakehead University's campuses have state-of-the-art facilities. These include:

  • Cutting-edge laboratories
  • Computer labs
  • Lecture halls
  • Libraries
  • Seminar-style classrooms
  • Bookstore
  • Cafeterias and cafes
  • Student residences
  • Student services offices

The Orillia campus is designed to LEED standards for environmental sustainability and students have access to recreational facilities in the city of Orillia.

The Thunder Bay campus houses over 10,000 square meters of recreational facilities, including a new Wolf's Den facility with gymnasium, 50m pool, weight & cardio/aerobic areas, 200m indoor track, indoor pro-grade artificial turf field, Sports Medicine Clinic, and more. In the central hub of the Thunder Bay campus is the university's International Centre and lounge, as well as a beautiful river, lake, and walking paths.

Both campuses have on-campus residence options with student support and regular activities, so students feel part of the university community. There are also off-campus residence options close to campus, as well as homestay programs and temporary accommodation.

The International Centre holds regular activities throughout the year and encourages international students to join sports teams, academic clubs, and cultural societies. Helping students integrate into the university community, there are also countless opportunities for students to get involved through the Students' Union.

Students who live at Thunder Bay and Orillia campuses are also conveniently placed to experience what Canada has to offer. Orillia is in Muskoka Lake and Cottage Country, with plenty of recreational and cultural activities to get involved in. In addition to this, Canada's largest city, Toronto, is only 150 kilometers away.

Thunder Bay is situated on the shores of Lake Superior. Students there can enjoy a variety of arts, culture, music, shopping and more. There are also plenty of outdoor adventure activities available in the breathtaking natural surroundings.

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ATAC Building
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Residence Thunder Bay campus
Student Central
Anthropology Class
Canoeing Thunder Bay
Engineering Class
Engineering Lab
Hillcrest Park Thunder Bay
International Centre
Lake Tamblyn - Thunder Bay Campus
Lake Tamblyn in the Winter
Learning Commons - Orillia Campus
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