Why Study in Wilfrid Laurier University ?

Why Study in Wilfrid Laurier University?

Laurier is a mid-sized university that offers students big opportunities, all with a unique community-minded, student-centred approach. Laurier is a place where people are inspired to learn, lead and build lifelong relationships – to give their all and give back.

Laurier offers a broad range of full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate degree programs through its faculties: Arts, Music, Science, Liberal Arts, Education, Human and Social Sciences, Social Work, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, and the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics. Programs are also offered through Martin Luther University College and the Balsillie School of International Affairs.

Laurier’s research strengths address current issues of societal importance, including climate change and the environment; governance and policy; health and well-being; culture and community; equity, diversity, inclusion and Indigeneity; and business and economics. Faculty members have won major research awards and many hold prestigious positions, including as Canada Research Chairs and Royal Society of Canada fellows.

From its roots dating back more than a century, Wilfrid Laurier University has grown into a multi-campus, comprehensive university known for its academic excellence and global reach.

The university has campuses in Waterloo, Brantford and Milton; a Faculty of Social Work in Kitchener; a research office in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories; and offers MBA classes in Toronto.

Our commitment to academic excellence ensures our graduates are ready for the future and inspired to make a difference. In our campus communities, the communities we live, learn and work in, and our global community, Laurier builds meaningful connections that have a lasting impact.

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Fall Intake (September Start)

  • The fall intake, also known as the autumn intake.
  • It typically begins in September and marks the start of the academic year for most undergraduate and graduate programs.
  • The fall semester usually runs from September to December, followed by a winter semester from January to April, and sometimes a summer semester from May to August.
  • Many programs offer a wide range of courses and activities during the fall semester, and it's the preferred intake for most students, especially those transitioning from high school.

Winter Intake (January Start)

  • The winter intake, also known as the January intake.
  • It typically begins in January and allows students to start their studies midway through the academic year.
  • The winter semester usually runs from January to April, followed by a summer semester from May to August, and sometimes a fall semester from September to December.
  • The winter intake may be suitable for students who missed the fall intake or for those who need extra time to complete application requirements or obtain visas.

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