- » Applying
Locate information about how to apply to Western's main campus from anywhere in the world if you are a prospective student applying from high school, college, or university or if you are a mature student looking to complete an undergraduate degree or diploma.
- Second Entry Programs
Interested in one of Western's Professional/Second-Entry programs, such as Medicine, Law, Education and more? Follow this link for information on what programs are available, the various deadlines, and program details.
The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies is dedicated to providing the best graduate student experience. Information for prospective students and current students alike is provided on the Graduate Studies website.
- Distance Studies
Distance Studies occurs when learners are separated from the instructor and classmates, whether across the hall or across the province. This form of instruction allows you both time and place flexibility to meet your educational objectives.
- Continuing Studies
As the educational bridge between the University and the community, Continuing Studies at Western offers courses and programs for your professional growth and for your personal enjoyment right in downtown London at Citi Plaza (formerly Galleria London).
- Financial Resource Workbook
The Financial Resource Workbook is designed for students entering year one, full-time studies at Western's Main Campus who are Ontario residents and are coming directly from high school. It estimates the cost of tuition and fees, as well as the costs based on your choice of living arrangements while you study (living at home, in residence, or off-campus). The Financial Resource Workbook will guide you through the different sources of financial support that may be available to you through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) as well as through scholarships and bursaries from Western. This information will help you build a plan for financing your education at Western.