Western University

1151 Richmond St, London, Canada
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About Western University

Western University is a school located in with a total of 5431 courses available to enroll in.

The University of Western Ontario, also known as Western University, was founded on 7th March, 1878 and it is a public research institution with 4 faculties ' Medicine, Law, Divinity, and Arts. Since 1883 when the first class graduated, the institution has become an excellent centre of learning. Through 3 affiliated university colleges and twelve faculties, The Western University of Ontario now offers its more than 36,000 students over 400 specializations, minors and majors.

Western has been leading in business education since founding it. The university leads both home and abroad, thanks to the building of a state-of-the-art Business School and the opening of North America's 1st School of Business campus in Hong Kong. The school offers a leadership Education program for students to know how to become effective leaders, both in teams and individually. The University is ranked consistently as one of the top universities in Canada, and ranks within the first 250 universities globally. Western is also noted for the number of graduate employment prospects.

Western varsity teams compete in the Ontario University Athletic Conference of U-Sports. The varsity teams are referred to as the Western Ontario Mustangs. The university's varsity teams have recorded much success. Their football team has appeared in twelve national championship finals, won six Vanier Cups as the national champions, and won thirty provincial championships. In rowing, they have won twenty three provincial championships. In basketball they've won twenty four provincial championships.


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