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Admission and Fees - Undergraduate
Admission and Fees - Undergraduate
Ontario Secondary School Students
To be considered for admission to Brock's Co-operative Education program, you must first apply to the University through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC). When completing the form, be sure to check the section marked ‘Co-operative Education' as opposed to the regular degree program.
Admission to a co-op program at Brock requires a minimum average of 80% in 12 university level courses. Please note that meeting the minimum average does not guarantee admission. Applicants not accepted to a co-op program will automatically be considered for admission to the comparable regular degree program.
Year 1 Admissions - Application Form
Application deadline: June 1st.
If you are a Brock student who is enrolled in a full-time non-co-op program, you may apply for admission to co-op following completion of your first year (in May of Year 1). Admission to co-op from Year 1 is competitive and subject to the following conditions:
- You must have a minimum major average of 70% and a minimum non-major average of 60%. However meeting these minimums does not guarantee admission as spaces will be filled by applicants with the highest averages first
- You must be a full time student
- You must be legally able to work in Canada
- You are required to submit a resume to support your request. A personal interview may also be required
Students with more than 5 university academic credits will not be considered for the program under this application
Factors that may influence admission decisions:
- The number of co-op positions that may become available as the result of other students withdrawing or being removed from co-op
- The number of positions that the co-op office anticipates will be available for co-op students from the particular degree program
- Assessment of candidate suitability (an interview may be conducted in order to determine your suitability for co-op).
As with all co-op programs in Canada, Brock has established fees which are comparable to other post secondary institutions offering co-op education. All co-op students pay an administrative fee in addition to regular tuition. This fee helps the University to recover a portion of the cost of maintaining and promoting co-op programs. Administrative costs include salaries, travel expenses, telephone charges and the printing and mailing of résumés and promotional materials. Brock does not receive any government assistance to operate co-op.
To ease payments for you and your family, installments have been divide to coincide with certain co-op activities as indicated in the chart below:
YEAR 1 ENTRY
|$750.00 (paid upon acceptance into the co-op program, usually year 1)|
|YEAR 2 (0N90)||$750.00 (usually year 2)|
|WORK TERM 1|
|WORK TERM 2|
|WORK TERM 3|
|ADDITIONAL WORK TERMS|
If you decided to pursue a 4th or 5th work term, fees charged will be according to the rates that are in effect at the time the work term takes place. Please note: The installment charged in Year 1 is non-refundable. Fees are subject to change.
YEAR 1 (5N90)
|$750.00 (paid upon registration in 5N90 pre-employment workshop series|
|WORK TERMS||$750.00 (payable for each 4 month work term)|