Students graduating with high standing from Grade 12 of an accredited High School in the United States are eligible to apply for admission to first year. Grade 12 subjects (at least four of which must be academic subjects) should be selected in accordance with first-year program requirements. A minimum SAT score of 1,190 overall in Evidence Based Reading and Writing, and Math, or a minimum composite ACT score of 24,and a minimum Grade 12 average of 80% or equivalent GPA as calculated by Western is required for admission consideration.
Upgrading in certain subjects prior to or in first year may be required for progression into a specific module in second year. Students in good standing in a university year beyond the Grade 12 level are eligible to apply for admission and may receive transfer credits. Students who achieve a minimum grade of 4 out of 5 on the final Advanced Placement examinations will receive transfer credit to a maximum of two credits, as evaluated by the appropriate faculty. Note that some Advanced Placement courses are not transferable to Western.
Academic Handbook, Admission, International Applicants