61110 - Master Mathematical Sciences

Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada

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Lakehead University

Thunder Bay - Canada

About the university

Originally founded as Lakehead Technical Institute in 1946 and obtaining university status in 1965, Lakehead University is currently home to both undergraduate and graduate programs, a law school, a branch of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, and the only internationally-accredited business school in northern Ontario. The main campus is located in Thunder Bay with a newer, smaller campus located in the lakefront town of Orillia. Along with strong academics, the university offers students plenty of extracurricular activities such as intramural sports, over 60 student clubs, LU Radio, program-based student societies, volunteer opportunities, and cheering on the Lakehead Thunderwolves. B

oth campuses offer residence halls and meal plans, though students also have the option to live off campus. Undergraduate students have 61 majors to choose from, including engineering, nursing, women's studies, history, languages, and a variety of arts and sciences. Graduate students can obtain a master's degree, a doctorate degree, a diploma, or a certificate in a variety of subjects and specialties. Thunder Bay is the main campus of Lakehead University and currently serves 7,900 students. At this campus, students will find state-of-the-art recreational facilities, varsity sports, and new residence halls. The city of Thunder Bay offers shopping, restaurants with a variety of cuisines, and both outdoor activities and culture. Students will find sailing, water skiing, and windsurfing on Lake Superior as well as hiking around the Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and Kakabeka Falls and skiing around Loch Lomond. Culturally, Thunder Bay is home to Fort William Historical Park, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, theaters, concerts, and an annual blues festival. Students will never run out of things to do in Thunder Bay, all while studying at one of the province's top universities.

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University Location

Thunder Bay is a city seat of, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada. Today, Thunder Bay has become the regional services center for Northwestern Ontario with most provincial departments represented. As the largest city in Northwestern Ontario, Thunder Bay is the region's commercial, administrative and medical center. In addition to, Thunder Bay's main tourist attraction is Fort William Historical Park, which attracts 100,000 visitors annually. The marina also in downtown Port Arthur, an area kn

own as The Heart of the Harbour, draws visitors for its panoramic view of the Sleeping Giant and the presence of various water craft.

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