The University of Western Ontario is pleased to announce the University of Western Ontario International Scholarships given to outstanding students who are interested in studying a degree program at the university.
The University of Western Ontario (UWO), brand-named as Western University as of 2012 and usually shortened to Western, is a state-owned research higher academic institution in London, Ontario, Canada. The primary campus is located on 455 hectares (1,120 acres) of land, enclosed by residential districts and the Thames River cleaving the campus’s eastern section. The university has twelve academic faculties and schools. It is a member of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada.
The university was founded on 7 March 1878 as the Western University of London, Ontario by Bishop Isaac Hellmuth of the Anglican Diocese of Huron. It assimilated Huron College, which had been created in 1863. The initial four faculties were Divinity, Arts, Law, and Medicine. The university became non-denominational in 1908. Starting in 1919, the university had partnered with a lot of other denominational colleges. The school grew significantly in the post-World War II era, and a number of faculties and schools were established.
Description of The University of Western Ontario International Scholarships
Scholarship Host: University of Western Ontario
Scholarship Location: Canada
Worth of Scholarship: Up to $8,000
Country Eligibility: International Countries
Application Deadline: The application is available in mid-November, Applications are still open
Type of Award: Undergraduate
Number of Awards: Three
International President’s Entrance Scholarships
As part of the National Scholarship Program, three scholarships worth $50,000 each are available to exceptional international students. Selection is on the basis of exceptional academic performance, resourceful and innovative thought, and substantial accomplishment in extracurricular undertakings. Candidates have to complete a National Scholarship award application which comprises an essay and a nomination from their school. The application is available in mid-November. For more information visit the office of the registrar webpage for more information.
Western’s Admission Scholarship awards are granted automatically upon admission to Western. No additional application is needed to be given consideration for these scholarships
o be eligible for an admission scholarship award; a candidate has to apply for admission straight from secondary school to Western’s main campus for full-time first-year programs. See the Office of the Registrar Admission Scholarships website below for full details and specifications.
Scholarship Average Required Value
Western Admission Scholarship 90.0% to 91.9% Total of $2,500
($1,500 in first year, plus $1,000
for optional study abroad experience)
of Distinction 92.0% to 100.0% Total of $3,500
($2,500 in first year, plus $1,000
for optional study abroad experience)
of Excellence Awarded based on the top high school admission averages Total of $8,000
($6,000 in first year, plus $2,000
for an optional study abroad experience.)
After First Year: Scholarships for Upper Year Students
After international students finish one year of study at Western, they become qualified for In-Course Scholarships and Awards, which are granted on the basis of past performance in classes at Western and present registration.
Other University of Western Ontario International Scholarships
Some other bursaries and awards are allocated specifically for foreign students. These scholarship awards range in value and comprise scholarships on the basis of a demonstrated need, and also awards linked to specific nations of origin. To check out these awards, please go to the Office of the Registrar Student Awards database and put in “International Students” in the search bar.
Requirements for The University of Western Ontario International Scholarships
Applicants must have high school certificates with a good academic record.
Applicants must be required to write one of the following acceptable English language proficiency tests: IELTS, TOEFL, PTE Academic, MELAB, CanTEST, CAEL.
Applicants must meet the other admission requirements of the university.
Method of Application for The University of Western Ontario International Scholarships
To apply for these scholarships, students have to enroll in the undergraduate degree coursework at Western University. After securing admission, you can apply for the award.