About King’s University College

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King’s University College (Circa 1954)

  • One of the campuses where undergraduate study takes place
  • Largest and newest affiliated college with an undergraduate population of 3500 full time students
  • Known for its large percentage of international students from over 35 different countries, generous scholarships and award winning teaching faculty
  • Class sizes never exceeds over 100 students and the average class size is 50-60 students in first year classes

King’s University College offers small classes, intensive student/faculty interaction, quality programs, comprehensive student services and a sense of community create an excellent environment for students. Combined with University of Western Ontario’s (UWO) world class facilities and reputation, King’s offers ‘The Best of Both Worlds’. More than 93% of their grads have jobs in a field related to their studies within six months of graduation and over 97% after two years.

Some of the key highlights of King’s @ Western University are:

  • Study at world famous University of Western Ontario
  • Western ranked among Top-10 comprehensive universities in Canada
  • Ranked in Top-5 for business studies in Canada
  • One of oldest and largest universities in Canada
  • Located in London-Ontario, 2 hours driver from Toronto
  • King’s offering undergraduate business programs in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource, Global Commerce and Economics
  • Undergraduate programs also available in Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, Social Justice & Peace Studies
  • Very liberal with scholarships, with minimum entrance level scholarships of $10,000 CD and maximum of $17,000 CAD
  • Continuing scholarships are over and above, based on academic performance during the program
  • Guaranteed on-campus job of 20 hours per month under the international work experience program
  • King’s received an A+ rating for class size, and an A rating in Overall Student Satisfaction, Quality of Teaching, Campus Atmosphere, Libraries, and Athletics on the Globe and Mail 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Canadian University Reports
  • Graduate employment rate of 95%, which is far above the provincial average of Ontario

London, Ontario

  • Very close to Milton, Brampton, Mississauga and Toronto (less than 200 km or 1.5-2 hr drive)
  • Population is more than 350000 with over 50000 students between Western University and Fanshawe College
  • Major Employment Sectors: Health Sciences, Business, Finance, Insurance, Trade, Education, Government
  • Very safe city with low crime rates and its own London Police Services
  • London is known for its green atmosphere as “the forest city’
  • London Ontario is modelled after the city London England with similar street names and landmarks

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