Wilfrid Laurier University - Brantford Campus
Laurier's Brantford Campus
Our Brantford Campus has quickly established itself as a dynamic institution offering a unique combination of liberal arts and professional programs.
Since 1999, the Brantford campus has transformed the downtown core of the City of Brantford into what is now a thriving student community. The campus is home to more than 3,000 students and is 1 of the fastest growing university campuses in Ontario. If there is 1 thing our students and alumni agree on, it's that Laurier offers a fantastic overall university experience. That's why in 2017 and 2018, out of all undergraduate students surveyed across Canada, Laurier ranked their student satisfaction the highest in the Maclean's University Rankings.
We offer a diverse number of programs on our Brantford Campus, including: Community Health, Criminology, Digital Media & Journalism, English, Health Administration, History, Human Rights & Human Diversity, Indigenous Studies, Labour Studies & Career Development, Law & Society, Psychology, Social & Environmental Justice, as well as Youth & Children's Studies. We also offer a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Public Health, a Bachelor of Business Technology Manangement, a Bachelor of Design (BDes) in User Experience (UX) Design, a Bachelor of Fine and Applied Arts (BFAA) in Game Design & Development, and a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW). Our LLB + BA program allow students to earn a Laurier Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree (in either Criminology, Law & Society, or Human Rights & Human Diversity) and a law degree (LLB) from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom (UK), in only 6 years.
New academic offerings at our Brantford campus include:
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology with a specialiation in Forensic Psychology
- BA Labour Studies & Career Developement
In 2016, Laurier signed an agreement to affiliate with 1 of the world’s top 100 educational institutions to offer students an opportunity to earn a Laurier Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree (in either Criminology, Law & Society, or Human Rights & Human Diversity) and a law degree (LLB) from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom (UK), in only 6 years. Learn more about this program opportunity on our website.
In addition to opportunities for high school applicants, our partnership with a number of Ontario colleges allows students to enter university studies with relevant transfer credits that shorten the length of time required to complete a degree. Class sizes are small, and first-year students are guaranteed residence. Find details about transfer opportunities at Laurier.