101 – King’s University College at Western University
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Last updated: October 1, 2019
- About King’s
- Semester Entry Points
- Important Deadlines for Full-Time Fall/Winter (101)
- Additional Admission Information
- Submission of Documents
- English Proficiency
- Scholarships and Funding
- Accessibility Services
- Contact Information
King’s University College at Western University offers “the best of both worlds” – big opportunities with a small community feel.
King’s University College at Western University is an intimate community of 3,500 students that offers small classes, personal interactions with professors and quality programs, combined with complete access to the best student experience at Western University. Founded in 1954, King’s affiliation with Western provides students with access to all university services, classes and programs, and, most importantly, King’s graduates receive a Western degree.
King’s is located in the city of London, Ontario, and the campus is one block from Western University. Students can take courses at both campuses and can easily move between the 2 on a free shuttle bus or enjoy the short walk. King’s backs on to the beautiful Thames River, is adjacent to green space and is a short distance from the vibrant clubs, restaurants, arts and sports scene of downtown London.
Cultural diversity thrives at King’s with students from every religious tradition, ethnicity and point of view. Approximately 20% of students are international and come from more than 30 different nations. Being part of a community with cultures from all around the world allows students to connect globally right on campus. King’s is also home of the Catholic chaplaincy team for Western, offering Catholic mass on campus and an active Campus Ministry team.
The quality of education at King’s stands second to none. Degree programs are available in areas such as Global Commerce, Management, Finance, Accounting, Social Sciences, Arts, Catholic Studies for Teachers, Disability Studies, Thanatology, Childhood and Social Institutions, Social Justice and Peace Studies, and Social Work, as well as a Master’s degree in Social Work. Renowned as a centre of teaching excellence, King’s has received top grades from national student surveys on the quality of teaching and student/faculty interactions. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 19 to 1, students are able to request more one-on-one time with professors.
Residence is available for approximately 330 students, and student support services for academic or financial counselling are readily available. King’s offers a generous scholarship and bursary program, and guarantees an Entrance Scholarship to high school students with final admission averages of 80% or greater. In addition, there is an extensive Work Study program on campus that allows students to be employed while studying.
As a community that values personal connections while maintaining a high standard of academic excellence, King’s absolutely offers “the best of both worlds”.
King’s offers a range of degree programs:
- Management and Organizational Studies (including Accounting, Finance, Global Commerce and Human Resources)
- Social Sciences (including Criminology, Disability Studies, and Thanatology)
- Arts and Humanities (including Catholic Studies for Teachers)
- Childhood and Social Institutions
- Finance and Wealth Management (joint degree/diploma program with Fanshawe College)
- Social Justice and Peace Studies
- Social Work (Both BSW and MSW)
Semester Entry Points
September: Full-time Fall/Winter Admission only.
Important Deadlines for Full-Time Fall/Winter (101)
April 30: Admission Scholarship applications are due.
May 1: Extenuating Circumstances/Extracurricular Applicant Profile due.
May 1: CST supplemental application due.
Additional Admission Information
If you feel that your average will fall marginally below the minimum admission requirements for King’s, let us know why, and the Admissions Committee will take your situation into account in the admission process.
Visit the King’s University College Applicant Profile, which takes into account extenuating circumstances or extracurricular activities that support your application. The deadline to submit the Profile is May 1, 2020.
Submission of Documents
After Western receives your application, an acknowledgement will be sent to you detailing the documents required to complete your application for admission to King’s. All requested supporting documents must be received before an admission decision can be made. It is your responsibility to ensure that all required documentation has been submitted to the Office of Enrolment Services. Submit all documents as soon as they are available and prior to the document deadline.
King’s is an English-speaking university. If English is not your first language, you must provide the results of one of the following tests of English proficiency:
- iBT (internet-based TOEFL)
- TOEFL and TWE
You may also complete the Highest Advanced Level at the English Language Centre at Western University, Level 10 of Fanshawe College’s English for Academic Purposes or Level 7 at CultureWorks as an alternative to one of the tests above.
Scholarships and Funding
King’s offers generous, unlimited and guaranteed Entrance Scholarships for all new domestic and international high school students. The scholarship will be based on your final, overall high school average, as calculated for admission.
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There is a range of additional entrance scholarships that take into account additional criteria, including volunteerism, social justice and financial need. These scholarships require an application, which is due by April 30, 2020.
Living in residence offers another dimension to your King’s experience. King’s provides on-campus housing for approximately 330 students. Living in residence puts you next door to all the facilities at King’s, including food services, the library, your classes and bus service to Western and the city of London. Living close to all the resources at King’s and living with classmates in a supportive learning environment is an excellent way to thrive academically. 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.
Double rooms are the standard accommodation for first-year students. Students with special considerations may submit a Single Room Request Form, which can be downloaded from the Online Residence Application website.
Residence is now available for upper-year students in the Epworth Place houses. On a quiet side street, these houses are conveniently located between the faculty building and Broughdale Hall. Each house has 3 to 4 bedrooms available with single room accommodation.
King’s is very pleased to have students from around the world living in residence. Typically, 30% of our residents are international students. We are proud of our multicultural residence community, and we encourage residents to embrace the opportunities for cross-cultural learning.
Accessibility Services is committed to providing an accessible and barrier-free learning environment, with services geared toward a wide range of needs. Students using the services provided by Accessibility Services have disabilities that may include, but are not limited to: Vision, hearing and mobility impairments; learning disabilities; psychiatric disabilities; chronic illnesses; chronic pain; and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders.
Once you have accepted your offer of admission, you must register with our services to schedule an individual meeting with one of our Accessibility Counsellors, and submit the required documentation. Contact the Accessibility, Counselling and Student Development Office at: 519-433-3491, ext. 4321.
New students are encouraged to contact Accessibility, Counselling and Student Development prior to their appointment with an Accessibility Counsellor. All information disclosed by students will be kept confidential.
Office of Enrolment Services
266 Epworth Ave.
London ON N6A 2M3