Representatives from all three affiliated colleges at Western University – Brescia, Huron, King’s –held and information session for prospective students yesterday in the Student Café. Students learned about the benefits of attending a smaller campus while still having access to the resources and facilities offered at Western.
Brescia University College is Canada’s only women’s university dedicated to educating women seeking to enhance their leadership skills. This unique environment provides students with tailored education plan and develops their communication and analytical skills.
– Offers a pre-university Preliminary Year program, Bachelor and Master’s programs
– 14:1 student-faculty ratio
– Community orientated
– Its affiliation with Western University allows students to take classes at Western’s main campus and at the Huron and King’s campuses
– Offers an exceptional scholarship program to ensure that all women are able to pursue education
– Graduates earn a degree from Western University
For more information on Brescia, visit their website.
As an affiliate of Western University, Huron provides quality student-centered education. Students benefit from its small campus community and interactive learning.
– Undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Arts and Science, Faculty of Theology with over 70 areas of specialization
– Small class sizes enhance classroom learning
– Various support services for international students are offered
– Dual degree program with the Richard Ivey School of Business
– Students are able to take classes, and use the resources, at Western’s main campus, as well as Brescia and King’s
– Graduates earn a degree from Western University with a Huron distinction
Interested in attending Huron? Visit them online for more information.
King’s University College is Western’s Catholic educational institution. It strives “to foster an environment based on open inquiry, Christian values and service to the larger community.” King’s places great focus on social justice and its students advocate for the betterment of local and global communities.
– Undergraduate programs in the liberal arts, social sciences, and social work
– Master’s program in social work offered
– Home to close to 300 international students
– Small interactive class sizes
– Strong focus on social justice and community outreach programs
– Students have access to classes and resources at Western’s main campus and its affiliates
– Graduates earn a degree for Western University
For more information, visit King’s online.
Thank you to all representatives for visiting Columbia.