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Established on July 1, 1996, Lakehead University is a dynamic, modern, and highly learner-oriented academic institution. The university has two campuses at Thunder Bay and Orillia- both offers the total university experience with an opportunity for academic excellence as well as a rich variety of recreational activities. The university is home to over 8000 students pursuing a broad range of degrees and diplomas in ten disciplines.
Lakehead University offers quality education both at Undergraduate and Graduate levels through innovative programs, approachable professors, hands-on learning techniques, and a friendly environment.
|Type of University||Public|
|Ranking||#128-165 in Regional Universities Midwest|
|Faculty Members||Over 319|
|Number of Full-time Students||Over 7000|
|Number of Faculties||10|
|Enrollment (undergraduate & psotgraduate)||7,980|
|Average Annual Tuition Fee||27,760 USD|
|Graduate Employment Rate||94.4% (Within 2 years of graduation)|
Lakehead University is a comprehensive institution that offers a wide range of degree and diploma programs within ten faculties.
There are over 57 fields of study in Undergraduate courses. The Faculty of Graduate Studies includes more than 30 masters and doctoral programs. The university offers graduate diploma and certificate courses as well.
The general admission requirements are the same for most of the applicants. However, international and transfer students may have some particular criterion to follow. There are program-specific requirements too.
|English Language Tests||Minimum Score|
|TOEFL (Code 0888)||IBT- 80|
Given below are the application deadlines for undergraduate and graduate courses.
|Fall||February 1 for Nursing; March 1 for other undergraduates||February 1|
|Winter||November 2||September 30|
For undergraduate courses, students need to fill the Lakehead University Undergraduate application form while the postgraduate applications are accepted through Graduate Studies Application. Alternatively, students can apply through an authorized Lakehead representative. Applications to professional programs should be submitted through Ontario University’s application center.
Here is an estimated list of costs and other expenditure at Lakehead University-
|Tuition||6,268 CAD||6,268 CAD|
|Activity Fees||976 CAD||833 CAD|
|Books/Supplies/Field Trips||1,000 CAD||1,000 CAD|
|Entertainment and Personal Expenses||1,600 CAD||1,600 CAD|
|Transportation||900 CAD||400 CAD|
|Total Live Off-Campus||10,744 CAD||10,101 CAD|
|Residence Fees||10,030 CAD||11,372 CAD|
|Total Live On Campus||20,774 CAD||21,473 CAD|
Tuition fees for International candidates range from 20,500-23,000 CAD for degree programs.
Lakehead University has an alumni association. The alumni take part in major events at the university, meeting, and conferences as well. Alumni may avail benefits like Alumni Benefits Card, Lakehead University Library, Clearly (Eyewear), SoftMoc, Niagara Vintage Wine Tours, Ontario Science Centre, and Industrial Alliance (Life, Illness, Extended Health Insurance).
|Average Cost of Attendance||$17,560 / Year|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$17,560 / Year|
|Post Graduate Program||$16,972 / Year|
|Program Wise Accreditations|
|Environmental Sciences Programs||Environmental Careers Organization of Canada|