Laurentian University

School Introduction

With small class sizes averaging 19 students per professor, Laurentian provides an outstanding academic setting that fosters one-on-one discussions with faculty, research excellence and academic success. The Laurentian Federation (including Huntington University, Thorneloe University and the University of Sudbury), whose history dates back to the founding of Collège du Sacré-Coeur in 1913, welcomes close to 9,000 students every year in a friendly, bilingual environment, and inclusive and multicultural community. In addition to state-of-the-art laboratories, many libraries, eight student residences and several food outlets, Laurentian offers its students a variety of sports and recreation facilities, such as an Olympic-sized pool, running tracks, a climbing wall and hiking trails to further add to the intellectual development and dynamism of each individual..

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  • Program and Courses
    • English for Academic Preparation 
    • Undergraduate Degree Programs
    • Graduate Programs
    • Certificate Program
    • Diploma Program
  • Hot program
    • Applied Geophysics
    • Social Policy, Planning and Social Prevention
    • Mining and Mineral
    • Earth Science
    • Sports Psychology

Features

• Close to 9,000 students are enrolled at Laurentian University. International students represent 6% of the student population and originate from 66 different countries.

• We hold the best cumulative postgraduation employment rate in the province with 94% of graduating students finding meaningful work within six months of completion. Our graduates also enjoy the second highest income amidst all university graduates in the province.

• A network of over 66,200 Laurentian University graduates is contributing to social and economic growth around the globe.

• Laurentian University is the first bilingual university in Ontario to be designated under the province’s French Language Services Act.