Western University's website carries a wealth of information for both current and future students. Some topics of interest to future students are summarized below. This information is brief and selective but further details can be found on the university's website.
Presently, the First Nations Studies program is offerred only at the undergraduate level. To gain admission to the First Nations Studies program, one has to first apply to Western University. Information on the application and admission process to Western is found on Western's home page under the "Admission" tab. Under this tab, clicking on the "Undergraduate" link takes one to the "Welcome to Western" page, where there is another "admissions" tab on the purple ribbon at the top of the page. When you click on this tab,you will go to the page outlining the application process, deadlines for application, admission requirements, the necessary forms and a guide for scholarships and awards.
Applications for admission to Ontario universities are located on the Ontario Universities' Application Centre website, commonly referred to as the OUAC website. There are links to various applications on this page; select appropriate application, complete and submit. Please ensure that you select and complete the correct application form. If you need clarification, please look under the "Looking for Help" caption at the top right hand side of the page and click on the applicable link. If there are problems with completing the application form, please contact OUAC.
You may wish to visit the campus prior to accepting an offer of admission or attend the Fall or Spring Open House. Details of campus tours and the Fall and Spring Open House can be found at "Connect with Western"
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.