Congratulations! You’ve accepted your offer and now it’s time to plan your start at Brock.
Below, you will find important information to help you prepare for your virtual arrival. All Spring/Summer 2020 courses and weekly engagement opportunities with the Brock community will be offered online. Should you have any questions about your transition, or any inquiries about the information provided, please don’t hesitate to contact our office.
Our Study permit and visa webpage provides you with general information on essential immigration documents.
- Applying for a study permit
- Applying for a co-op work permit alongside the study permit application, if you are admitted into a co-op program
- Require document for study permit application
- Confirm whether you are exempt from obtaining a study permit, if so:
Students are responsible for making all tuition and related fee payments by their payment due date. Visit Making a Payment for step-by-step instructions on how to make your payment to Brock University.
Brock has many resources to help guide you through the course registration process.
Welcome to Brock
It is very important that you, as a new student, attend the International Student Orientation to help you transition smoothly into Brock University. It is a great way to meet new people and maximize your Brock experience!
Check out our webinar series to learn about various resources and build on important skills essential for future success.
Meet our students, ask questions and learn more about Brock through our Live Chat option! This chat will be open every Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. and Thursday from 9 to 10 a.m.
Do you have more questions? Connect with Brock International Services! One of our dedicated, student-support staff will be happy to assist you.
When you come to study or work at a university in Ontario, you must have health insurance to pay for basic health care services and medical treatments. Brock University’s University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) is mandatory for all eligible international students. Learn more about UHIP here.
If you intend to drive in Canada, you should obtain an international driver’s licence in your country before coming to Canada. It will be valid for 90 days. After that, you will have to apply for an Ontario driver’s licence. Learn more about getting an Ontario driver’s licence here.
If you plan on bringing electrical appliances, keep in mind that electricity in Canada is 110-120 volts, 60Hz.