The March Break Open House, which will be held on campus on Mar. 12, is open to prospective students of the King’s University College and their families.
Since November 2019, this will be King’s first in-person Open House. Open House will be a chance to learn more about programs, scholarships, entrance requirements, student assistance, and other topics. There will be two sessions: one in the morning and the other in the afternoon.
- King’s University College to host March Break Open House on Mar. 12
- King’s Open House features programs, admission requirements, scholarships, etc.
- Virtual options will be available for remote attendees
This will be the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak that an Open House will be hosted in person. If attendees are unable to visit King’s during Open House, virtual options will be accessible via the college’s YouTube channel and Instagram account.
Visitors will get the opportunity to meet current students, instructors, and staff, as well as take a tour of the campus of King’s University College.
King’s University College has committed to providing great support to students as well as the information they require to make an informed decision regarding their post-secondary education.
According to Alexis Christie, Recruitment Officer, attending an Open House is an excellent way to meet instructors, staff, and current students and get all of their questions about the university addressed.
King’s University College at Western University, established in 1954, is a Catholic liberal arts college linked with a large, world-class university.
The college is known for its strong academic programs, generous scholarships, and comprehensive student services both nationally and globally. The wide range of programs covers social sciences, arts and humanities, social justice and peace studies, management and organizational studies, and Western Faculty of Education’s pathway programs.
The institution is a national pioneer in terms of internationalization and encouraging all students to become intercultural learners. Students can learn about their place in the global society and the dynamics between developed and developing countries through exchange experiences.
King’s University College has around 3,500 full and part-time students from across Canada and 35 other countries enrolled in degree programs in the arts, social sciences, management, and social work.
The institution has international agreements with approximately 50 institutions in 25 countries, allowing students to participate in semester or academic year exchange programs.
Students at King’s also benefit from small classrooms taught by exceptional teachers on a tiny, beautiful campus, as well as the benefits of being a part of a large university.
Overall, the institution aims to improve the student experience by giving student-based awards, leadership opportunities, and a robust clubs and events system that allows students to become more involved in their school community.
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