International students make up 11% of the total number of graduate students enrolled at Lakehead
University. In 2007-2008, Lakehead is hoping to expand graduate enrolment in conjunction with the
Ontario government's plan to add 14,000 graduate-student spaces in the province by the 2009-2010 academic year. For more information go online:
www.lakeheadu.ca or contact the Faculty of Graduate Studies 807-343-8785.
TOP THREE COUNTRIES...
where Lakehead draws International students
- United States
where Lakehead recruits International students
where Lakehead sends Canadian students on
LUSU INTERNATIONAL CLUBS
- AFCASA African and Caribbean Student Association
- LUCSA Lakehead University Chinese Scholars
- LUSASS Lakehead University South Asian
- LUTSA Lakehead University Tamil Student
- MSA Muslim Students Association
- LUIC Lakehead University International Club
WANT TO STUDY OVERSEAS?
By participating in the International Student
Exchange Program, Lakehead students may study abroad at partner
- United States
With the raised profile of the Office of Graduate and International Studies, more Lakehead students have become aware and are taking advantage of the International Student Exchange opportunities available. Last year the largest number of Lakehead students yet participated in a student exchange.
TOP FIVE COUNTRIES...
where Lakehead Graduates live other than Canada
|International Undergraduate||Canadian Undergraduate|
|International Graduate||Canadian Graduate|
|$10,600 $15,700||$5,400 $9,400|
Lakehead University is part of a trilateral initiative that
will see up to 42 students studying at six universities in
Mexico, the USA, and Canada over a four-year period.
Amanda Krueger, a fourth-year Civil Engineering
student, spent four months at Louisiana State University.
When I went to Louisiana State University (LSU) I was
amazed by the size of the city and the campus. I had the
opportunity to take classes that were not available at
Lakehead, such as Coastal Engineering, Airport Design,
and Hurricane Engineering.
I learned Cajun dancing, the Louisiana slang, and I
enjoyed the beauty of the French quarter and the garden
district of New Orleans. I met students from many
different parts of the world such as Germany, France,
Nigeria, and Puerto Rico, and also a few Canadians.
I was there during Hurricane Katrina
and Hurricane Rita when many of the
students along with their families
lost everything. The school was
closed for a week while the field
houses were turned into medical
centres. Living through those
storms is something I will
If given the opportunity to
take part in another Student
Exchange, I would definitely do