Government of Canada announces new policy to help former international students live in, work in and continue contributing to CanadaJanuary 13, 2021
As of November 17, Western’s COVID-19 plan is approved and eligible international students may now travel to Canada. Before planning travel, students MUST complete the steps for international arrival, including registering your quarantine plan.
As of October 20 international students cannot travel to Canada from abroad unless their institution’s COVID-19 readiness plan is approved by the provincial government as per the latest IRCC travel update.
On Friday, October 2, the Government of Canada announced an amendment to the current travel exemptions that included some allowance for more international students to come to Canada. However, we recommend that international students at Western do not make any arrangements to travel at this time.
If you are an international student who is undergoing hardships or stress due to turmoil or natural disasters in your home country, Western has a variety of support services available for you. Following the devastating explosion that took place in Lebanon yesterday, we wanted to share some important resources.
Western University will have an extended closure from June 26 at 1 pm to July 2 at 8:30 am, in advance of and including the national holiday of Canada Day.
Amal Muselmani grew up in a small, quiet town in Nigeria, where vendors offer their wares to those passing by and people wait patiently for cows to cross the street before continuing down the road.
Western International offers our support and solidarity to the Black community, and to all the Black students, staff and faculty at Western. We stand against racism, discrimination, and oppression in all its forms.
Frank Liu is proud that his undergraduate experience has been a bit unique. While earning his Bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS), Liu has studied at three different universities, in three different countries, on three different continents.
Lionel Liang was just coming up to the turning point of the racetrack he had run countless times before when, just as he approached the curve, his life took a turn.
When Victoria Agapova took her first undergraduate anatomy course she felt she had found her calling in life. While working with human cadavers might not be for everyone, she found the experience inspiring.
Whether it’s children, fellow classmates or people from other countries, Huizi Jieni believes in learning from others and empowering them to use their voices.
Growing up, Muhammad Uzair Khalid never once hesitated when he was asked the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
International Students can start online in Fall 2020 without affecting Post-Graduate Work Permit if they currently have a Study Permit or have been approved for a Study Permit.
There have been some recent reports on campus and across London, in particular in student neighbourhoods, about scams targeting International Students. Protect yourself against phishing and scamming attempts.
Introducing new career and peer learning services at the International Student Centre - Social Science for Winter 2020
Starting December 3, 2019, individuals will need to give fingerprints and photo (biometrics) if they are applying within Canada for any Study Permits and other applications.
If you are an international student who is undergoing hardships or stress due to turmoil or natural disasters in your home country, Western has a variety of support services available for you.
Western president Alan Shepard strikes group to better understand and address racism on campus.
International Students are advised to be aware of scams on and off campus, as well as through phone, text and email.
International students applying for their Study Permit from Pakistan can now apply through the Study Direct Stream