A dynamic and progressive university in the heart of Sudbury, Laurentian University offers 113 undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral programs which 34 are offered in french. Laurentian University is a bilingual university, committed to Indigenous learning, with a rapidly growing cohort of international students. Our flexible degree structure means you can customize your major and minor studies to create a "modular degree" that is unique to your strengths and interests. At Laurentian, small class sizes ensure you are treated as an individual and supported through your education.
It’s an environment in which you will thrive. Nestled among 5 freshwater lakes, our campus is minutes from the downtown area and comprises more than 765 acres of land that adjoin the vast Lake Laurentian Conservation Area. Nature is at the core of the University’s identity, and learning here, in this awe-inspiring natural environment, is a true pleasure for the senses.
Celebrating Anishinaabe culture and the sharing of traditions and knowledge are part of everyday life on campus. Our campus is greatly enriched by an active and engaged Indigenous community and the shared learning approach of the Indigenous Student Affairs Office.
At Laurentian, we recognize that experience is essential to the success of our graduates entering the workforce. Experiential learning opportunities for our students are available in the form of enhanced leadership development, entrepreneurship and applied learning in varied settings to enhance their skill sets.
Tuition at Laurentian is among the LOWEST IN THE PROVINCE!
Laurentian is a sound investment for the future with nearly 96% of our graduates finding employment. Our graduates benefit from hands-on work experience, integrated learning and up to 700 hours of lab experience to help them prepare for a career in their field.
We hope you will join the Laurentian community. Read more about us on the Laurentian website.