Unlimited One-year Admission Scholarships: $1,000 to $2,000
If you are coming from high school with a final admission average of 88 per cent or greater, and registering for full-time studies, you are guaranteed a scholarship worth at least $1,000. As your average increases, so does your scholarship. If your average is 90 per cent or better, you get $2000, guaranteed, just for enrolling at Western.
The National Scholarship Program: up to $65,000
If you qualify for one of these prestigious scholarships, you could be awarded up to $65,000 over 4 years. Outstanding academic performance, creative and innovative thought and exceptional achievement in extra-curricular activities are rewarded through the National Scholarship Program.
An application is required for consideration. For more information and to access the online application please visit: http://www.registrar.uwo.ca/student_finances/scholarships_awards/national_scholarship_program.html.
Deadline is February 14.
Unlimited Continuing Admission Scholarships: $10,000
Students applying to Western directly from high school with a final admission average (as calculated by Western) of 95% or greater, and who are registering for full-time studies can obtain a continuing admission scholarship worth $10,000. That's $2,500 for each of your four years at Western!
Note: The Don Wright Faculty of Music will select the Continuing Admission Scholarship recipients for the Music program.
Other Entrance Awards
There are also faculty specific entrance scholarships and awards with varying values and criteria. These have been established by the University, alumni, private donors and corporations to recognize the achievements of Western's students. These awards have been combined with the Admission Scholarship program.
Students coming directly from high school for first year full-time studies are automatically considered for these awards based on their final admission average (as calculated by Western). The award will be given in addition to or replace the student's existing Western Admission Scholarship, and be of either equal or greater value.
For more information: Refer to the web site at www.registrar.uwo.ca
General Policy on Scholarships and Awards