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Western University 

5 Steps to Continue Your Studies at Western


1. Explore Our Unique Programs and Academic Choices

Choose from over 400 different specializations, majors and minors at the undergraduate level. Western’s modular undergraduate degree structure gives you incredible flexibility and allows you to broaden your area of study by combining programs from different faculties, schools and departments. Learn more about our programs here.


If you are completing or have completed the Environmental Technician or Environmental Technology Diploma at Seneca College, you could be eligible to complete a university degree in Environmental Science in as little as two years!


2. Review Admission Requirements and Transfer Credit Eligibility

You may apply to Western from Seneca College with a two-or three-year diploma, or an acceptable General Arts and Science or Pre-Health Science certificate. If you are completing a two-or three-year diploma program and meet the admission criteria, you may be eligible for up to 5.0 transfer credits.


More information on admission requirements and transfer credit eligibility can be found here.


3. Visit Western and Connect with Current Students

Join us for a student guided campus tour, or spend the day with us at our March Break Open House on March 10th, 2018. March Break Open House will provide you with an opportunity to visit London, tour Western’s beautiful campus and meet with professors, staff and current students from all first-entry undergraduate faculties.


4. Apply to Western

Applications for degree credit studies beginning September 2018 are available on the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) website. We encourage you to apply early, as admission is on a rolling basis. Further information on how to apply to Western, as well as important dates and deadlines, can be found here.


5. Learn about Western - Canada’s Best Student Experience

Western offers many opportunities both inside and outside the classroom to apply your academic knowledge in real-world settings.  Experiential Learning includes activities such as Alternative Spring Break, Community Engaged Learning, Propel Entrepreneurship CentreWestern's Volunteer Program, and Western Heads East - to name a few. We also have leadership opportunities such as student government, the Leadership Education Program, faculty student councils, student clubs and student associationsvarsity sports and one of the largest intramural sports programs in Canada.