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Applicants will be eligible for admission if one of the following certificates is presented:
English language proficiency requirements are:
Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL)
60 or higher
Cambridge Academic English
(C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency)
176 (no individual score less than 169)
Duolingo English Test (DET)
110 or higher
Michigan English Test (MET)
85 or higher
Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic)
58 (no component score less than 50)
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
6.5 (no individual score less than 6.0)
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL i-BT)
80 (no component score less than 19)
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL c-BT)
213 (no component score less than 17)
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL p-BT)
550 (no component score less than 50)
International Teaching Placements
You can learn in a variety of methods and a variety of locations as part of your Lakehead experience. The university can allow you to learn, teach, and work in attractive areas worldwide by partnering with international partners. For a 5-week placement, the university is glad to offer five overseas placement destinations, such as:
Note: Before 2020, members of the Faculty of Education worked in China and the United Kingdom as international teaching assistants. While these collaborations are not now active, they may be in the future.
Students can use what they've learned in class to apply what they've studied in the community and obtain firsthand experience working in a history-related field. Completing a combination of community service hours (150), career seminar classes, and other relevant assignments is necessary.
Career placement, fieldwork, and internship are terms that are sometimes used interchangeably to refer to the actual work students conduct to augment and enhance their theoretical class work. Community Placement is defined as practical, community-based experiences in history and heritage-related job areas for this course. Community Placement experiences are established with a Community Partner to provide students with learning opportunities under the direct or indirect supervision of someone who works in that field.
Before being considered for placement with a Community Placement Partner, students must complete the Department of History's Application for Community Placement. In addition to satisfying the standard academic requirements, the application is shared with the Community Placement Partner for them to choose the best candidate for the placement.
Recent Community Placement Partners:
The campus is located across many restaurants like Starbucks, St. Louis Bar, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell. It has two outstanding research facilities, the Paleo-DNA Laboratory and the Biorefining Research Institute. The university believes in enhancing student satisfaction and promotes various sports on campus. It is home to four varsity and six competitive extramural athletic teams. Lakehead University- Orillia offers undergraduate and graduate degree programmes.
The institution seeks to offer a clean and safe environment where students can achieve academic success and personal growth. The vision is to build a thriving and diversified community and environment. Lakehead University Residence offers a variety of social, educational, and recreational possibilities. This is the place to go if you want a complete experience and to broaden your horizons. The university's environmentally friendly 240-bed house has a distinctive modern design in which each student will have a single room with only one person sharing a bathroom. There are 40 single rooms on each floor and a washing room, kitchenette, and quiet study space.
Orillia Residence is a seven-story modern, smoke-free residence hall. It is the preferred housing option for Secondary School students moving away from home for the first time and on a global scale and upper-year students who appreciate community living and the stress-free convenience of being on campus. Residence students can enjoy more study and activity time without worrying about food preparation and cleanup because a comprehensive meal plan is supplied. Students share a single room with only two other students and a full bathroom.
Amenities provided by the university are:
For more information, visit: https://www.lakeheadu.ca/students/student-life/residence
I'm a first-year student at Lakehead University - Orillia and so far I'm loving it! The campus is beautiful, there's always something interesting going on, and the People & Culture program has been a great match for me. What I love most about this campus is the diversity of people it boasts. Whether you're looking for a relaxing place to study
I am currently a student at Lakehead University - Orillia. From the beginning of my first semester, I've been happy with the education and activities offered to me by the school. The classes are very competitive, but this only motivates you to reach new heights. The staff are very helpful and if you're ever stuck on anything, they're more than willing
Lakehead University is an elite school that offers a high-quality education and a comfortable living environment. It's a diverse community with many resources including scholarship opportunities, support groups and high-quality faculty members. The university is located in Orillia, which has great restaurants and shopping nearby
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Lakehead University - Orillia has a total of 6730 students, including 1211 international students. Since international students constitute 18 % of international students of the total strength, the university is popular amongst foreign students.
Lakehead University - Orillia is located in Orilia, Canada
Lakehead University - Orillia has a campus size of 370 acres. This is bigger than the average university campuses in the city.
Lakehead University - Orillia is also popularly known as Lakehead Technical Institute (1946); Lakehead University (1965).