We do things differently.
Join us for an Open House or one of our many events to experience the King's difference.
O-Week eases the transition for first year students when they arrive at Western, and consists of social interactions and academic programs, all designed to provide an opportunity for students to get to know their campus, their peers, and to prepare for the start of classes.
For more information, please go to Western's O-Week site: http://www.oweek.ca
First year programs
At King's, Our objective is to educate the whole person.
We believe that a University education must engage the mind, heart, body and soul.
Are you interested in studying at King's but you are not quite sure where to start? Our ‘Next Steps’ page offers an overview of King’s Admission process for secondary school and non-secondary school students.
Use our admission requirements search tool to determine the minimum average, English proficiency requirements, application information, required courses and other important information about students from your region.
Completing your application by the appropriate deadline(s) will ensure that it is processed without unnecessary delays. Please use this chart to review all of our important dates & deadlines.
You must provide official transcripts from all previous institutions attended (secondary and post-secondary).
Forms and submissions thay may be required during your application process.
Are you interested in transferring credits that you have earned at other institutions to King's in order to be granted advanced standing or an exemption?
Students admitted to King's University College must be proficient in written and spoken English. Applicants for whom English is not their first language and who have not lived or studied in an English language environment for a period of at least 3 years will be required to write an english proficiency test.
The small size of King’s gives me the opportunity to get to know professors and fellow students one on one.
Each year, King's welcomes students from more than 90 countries around the world.
Students from King's partner universities interested in exchange at King's click here.
For a list of the international university partners, please click here.
Learn more about life at King’s from our King’s international students!
Check out our video on Avneesh Mehta from Mumbai, India as he shares his first year experience at King's.
Check out our video on Heather Sinclair and Jennifer Chisnall, two student athletes from Bermuda who make King's their home and play on the Western Mustangs field hockey team.
Check out our video on King's graduate Yang (Lydia) Li from Xi'an City, China. Lydia finished a 4-year Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies degree in 3 years while working part-time.
A checklist of documents you should have before you arrive in Canada, as well as information about the first things you'll want to do when you arrive in London.
Students admitted to King's University College must be proficient in written and spoken English.
This program provides an opportunity for new international students to become comfortable with King’s, Western and London prior to the Orientation Program for all new students.
Nestled in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, London offers big city amenities with a community touch.
Interested in our International Work Experience program at King's? Work in one of our departments across campus while earning a degree! Read more at StudyinCanada.com.
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Live in the heart of the experience!
Live in the heart of the university experience!
King's University College provides on-campus housing for approximately 360 students.
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Living in residence offers another dimension to your King’s experience. Living close to all the resources at King’s and living with classmates is an excellent way to thrive academically. Living in residence is convenient, but more importantly, it is a supportive learning environment. We know that your first-year experience is an important time of transition and we are here to help you achieve your goals. In addition to the full-time staff in the Residence Office, Residence Assistants, Residence Sophs, and King’s Academic Peer Mentors are all here to offer peer support.
We are proud of the diversity of our residence students.Students from many backgrounds and many countries make their home with us.Diversity is celebrated and respected in the residence community.
We do things differently.
Focused on helping our students to create a successful academic experience.
Whether you are thinking about sending your child to King’s, or are about to become a King’s parent or have been a King’s parent for years – here are the tools, resources and links you’ll need to learn more about us and the overall student’s experience at King’s.
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