A rewarding exchange experience at the Goodman School of Business
The Goodman School of Business is located in St. Catharines Ontario, Canada, a part of the beautiful and historic Niagara region. Niagara is home to wine country, arts, music, theatre, professional sports teams, beaches, hiking, biking, festivals, night clubs, pubs, and renowned farm-to-table culinary destinations. The campus is just across the border from Buffalo, NY and only an hour drive from Toronto.
With programs at the Bachelor and Master’s level, the Goodman School of Business offers a range of courses in all functional areas of business.
Brock has excellent athletic facilities, on-campus student residences, and an off-campus housing service. In addition to the activities run by the various undergraduate student clubs, the Graduate Students’ Association and the Graduate Programs Office/Graduate Business Council, the Office of International Services organizes many social events that are open to all exchange students.
Once you have been nominated by your school for an exchange at Goodman, complete the online application. Someone will then contact you with more details. In addition to the online form, you will need to send:
- Proof of English proficiency if English is not your mother tongue
- Passport sized photo
Proof of English proficiency if English is not your mother tongue:
Undergraduate: 88 on TOEFL ibt or 6.5 on IELTS
Graduate: 105 on TOEFL ibt or 7.5 on IELTS
Academic transcripts are required with your application. Graduate students: Bachelor degree transcripts and Bachelor degree diploma are also required.
Visit the following to get a comprehensive view of GSB. Goodman School of Business – Viewbook 2020 by Brock University – issuu
Virtual Campus Tour
To get an idea of the facilities offered at the Goodman School of Business and Brock University, take a virtual tour at https://www.youvisit.com/tour/panoramas/brock/91298?id=299961
Brock tries to accommodate all incoming exchange students into on-campus residences.
If you are interested in living off-campus, please visit the Off-Campus Living Office website.
For information on recommended undergraduate courses for exchange students, visit the Goodman Exchange Course Guide.
Once it becomes available, check the course timetable to confirm that a particular course is being offered.
For more information on Graduate courses visit the MBA Course Listing.
Study Permits & Visas
Get more information about obtaining permits & visas.
Health Insurance & Other Fees
While exchange students are not charged tuition fees at Brock, students are required to pay Health Insurance and Bus pass fees.
Budgeting Help for Your Trip
For more comprehensive information on how to best budget for your stay in the Niagara region, the following offers a comprehensive breakdown of expenses one can incur. Just remember that tuition will be paid to your home institution. Budgeting – Student Accounts & Financial Aid (brocku.ca)
Getting to St. Catharines
For the most convenient method of transportation to Brock from either Toronto Pearson Airport or Buffalo International Airport, visit Niagara Airbus.
Getting Settled In
The International Services Office has prepared activities and events for Orientation Week to help integrate you into Brock and get you settled into your new school.
Get to know your way around campus using the interactive campus map and learn more about the Library services.
Connect with your buddy from the Goodman Exchange Ambassador (GEA) team – they can show you around and answer some of your questions about Brock and St. Catharines!
Join one of our business clubs.