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, 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.