Laurentien University is a public university founded in 1960 in Sudbury, Ontario, with a strong faculty of 370 students, including 6,384 students and 6,026 undergraduate students. Among them, 137 are international students, accounting for 2%. The ratio of teachers to students with a PhD is 1:14, mainly in small classes, and students have more opportunities to discuss learning issues with professors. There are more than 100 bachelor's degrees and master's and doctor's degrees.
The campus covers an area of 750 mu surrounded by three beautiful lakes, and the diplomas are recognized by the world. Laurentien adopts dual-language teaching (English and French), providing students with more opportunities for cultural exchange. As a comprehensive university, it offers more than 100 professional courses, which is flexible for students to learn in cross-majors and cultivate comprehensive quality. Some majors also offer dual-degree courses.
Master Degree Program
2 years in Laurentien for master degree
GPA>75%, no language requirement