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Explore Brock’s programs and admission requirements.

Depending on the type of student you are, your admission requirements, applications and deadlines may vary.

Track your application on your student portal.

Based on your application we will let you if we require further documents

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Applications are still being accepted for this Fall.
Click here to see which programs are still open.

Undergraduate programs

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Undergraduate programs

EntryApplicantApplicationLinkApplication Deadline
FallCurrent Ontario Secondary School Students & those studying the Ontario curriculum abroadOUAC 101 ApplicationStart applicationJanuary 15, 2020
FallAll other applicants not currently attending an Ontario secondary schoolOUAC 105 ApplicationStart applicationJune 1 (some programs have an earlier deadline). Applicants are encouraged to apply early for competitive programs.
Fall/Winter/SpringInternational students (only applying to Brock)Full-time International Brock ApplicationStart applicationVaries, depending on program. Applicants are encouraged to apply early for competitive programs.**
FallBScN Nursing (all applicants except current Ontario Secondary school applicants)OUAC 105 ApplicationStart applicationApplication Deadline: February 5, 2020 Document Deadline: February 8, 2020
FallBScN Nursing International Students only applying to Brock UniversityInternational Brock ApplicationStart applicationApplication Deadline: February 5, 2020 Document Deadline: February 8, 2020
Fall/Winter/SpringCanadian citizens, permanent residentsFull-time Internal ApplicationStart applicationTwo weeks before start of term
Fall/Winter/SpringPart-time StudiesInternal Part-time ApplicationStart applicationTwo weeks before start of term
Fall/Winter/SpringAuditorInternal Brock ApplicationStart applicationTwo weeks before start of term
Fall/Winter/SpringVisiting Students (Incoming Letter of Permission - LOP)Internal Brock ApplicationStart applicationTwo weeks before start of term
Fall/Winter/SpringUpgradingInternal Brock ApplicationStart applicationTwo weeks before start of term

Applications will continue to be accepted after the deadline where space is available.
**Applications may be assessed where space is available and there is the likelihood of receiving a Study Permit in time for desired session. Contact with any questions.

Applicants who were previously registered at Brock must contact the Admissions office, by emailing, for the appropriate application form.  This includes students who have:

  • studied at Brock on a Letter of Permission
  • registered in courses previously but dropped them and never actually attended classes
  • registered and attended classes (even if part-time or Audit)
  • graduated from Brock

Exception: Applicants applying to the BSc Nursing program who are current Brock students or graduates must apply.

Certificate programs


Explore your passions while living your life on the go. Improve your skills and add to your resume with a Certificate from Brock University. Full-time and part-time study options are available.

Applications deadline two weeks before start of term.

Intensive English Language Program (IELP)/Undergraduate Conditional Program


Brock has been a leader in teaching English as a subsequent language for more than 50 years. Since 2003, we have offered specialized entry granting offers of admission to both ESL and undergraduate studies.

No fixed deadline. You will be assessed to the next available term.

Teacher Education programs

ApplicantApplicationApplication Deadline
Consecutive Teacher EducationOUAC TEAS ApplicationDec 1 (Fall 2020 entry)
Continuing (AQ) Teacher Education (In-service)Brock In-Service Education ApplicationYou must apply and be admitted before registering in a course
Technological Teacher Education
Learn more
OUAC TEAS Application

Learn more about applying for Graduate Studies at Brock University

Important Information

An incomplete application will expire in two weeks after first activated if you cannot complete the application immediately, an email will be sent with a link allowing you future access to the application.

Email is the primary communication tool for Admissions at Brock University. If you have not received an acknowledgement email thanking you for applying within four business days of submitting your application, there may be a problem with your email address. Here are some common problems:

  1. You have an email address that ends in The server is rejecting Brock emails. We advise that you contact with a different email address. If you have applied through OUAC, add a different address using your OUAC account.
  2. Your mailbox could be full.
  3. You have a new email address and haven’t told us. Contact with your new email address. If you have applied through OUAC, add a new address using your OUAC account.
  4. Add Brock to your friends/safe list (see below).

In order to avoid problems after submitting your application, please add the domain to your safe senders email list and check your junk email regularly. Ensure your junk folder is not set to automatically delete messages.


Please add us to your safe senders list using these directions:

  1. Log into Hotmail.
  2. In the top right of your inbox, click on the settings icon wheel.
  3. Under Junk Email, click Safe and Blocked Senders or Safe Senders.
  4. Type in, in the Sender or domain to mark as safe entry field.


Gmail accounts have been redesigned to automatically filter communications from large institutions like Brock University and categorize them as Promotions. By creating a filter for emails from, you will ensure that all correspondence with our office is delivered to your primary inbox. Please add to your safe sender list in Gmail by following these instructions:

  1. Log into Gmail.
  2. Click on the settings icon (top right of screen – it looks like a gear).
  3. Choose Settings from the list.
  4. Click Filters at the top of the page.
  5. Click Create a new filter.
  6. Type in the From box in the next window.
  7. Click Create filter with this search at the bottom of the page.
  8. Click Never send it to Spam and Always mark it as important.
  9. Click Create filter button.
  • You must have a valid credit card to apply. 
  • Once your application is submitted and paid, you cannot make changes. 
  • Please do not submit a new application if you wish to make a change. Email 
  • Application fee is non-refundable. 
  • If in doubt whether you are using the correct application, contact 

  Application fees: 

  • OUAC 101, 105, TEAS: see OUAC website. 
  • Auditor, LOP, part-time, mature, upgrading, adult education: $55 
  • Continuing (AQ) Teacher Education (in-service): no fee 
  • IELP Conditional/undergraduate application: $400 ($100 assessment fee, $50 service fee, $250 IELP application fee) 

Some programs require additional applications/steps. Info at Important Deadlines 

If you have attended college or university and wish to have your previous study considered for recognition (transfer credit), you may be required to submit course descriptions or a complete syllabus (detailed outline of a course). Goodman School of Business applicants will be asked for detailed courses descriptions for any previous study. All other applicants will be asked as necessary. 

All applications will expire on the last day of registration for the intended session (fall, winter, or spring). If you apply and do not supply all required documentation by the stated deadline or by the last day of term registration, whichever comes first, your application will expire and you will be required to pay all associated application fees again if you choose to reapply. 

Contact Admissions at if you have questions or concerns about your application.