To be accepted to study at the International Study Center, you will need to meet specific admission requirements. These are comprised of academic requirements, as well as meeting a minimum level of English language proficiency.
The requirements needed to study the International Year and Pre-Master's Program are lower than what you would need to be admitted directly to the University. This provides you the opportunity to begin studying sooner, while developing your skills and preparing for your degree.
The International Year program will support you while you begin earning credits for your undergraduate degree at Western.
You will need a minimum TOEFL, IELTS or Pearson Versant score*. The length of your International Year program depends on your level of English language proficiency.
Explore your interests while developing your skills and prepare to progress to a wide range of undergraduate degrees.
The Pre-Master's Program will prepare you for progression to the Master of Business Administration program at Western.
Students are required to have studied Microeconomics for entry to the Pre-Master’s Program.
You will need to meet a minimum TOEFL, IELTS or Pearson Versant score*. The length of your program will depend on your level of English language proficiency on arrival at the International Study Center.
*Students who have completed at least three years of full time study in an international school where English is the language of instruction may be able to have the English test requirements waived.
Deepen your academic knowledge and critical thinking skills before progression to the Master of Business Administration program at Western.
You may be eligible to apply for direct admission to undergraduate degrees or the MBA program at Western. You must meet the standard international entry requirements, including evidence of English proficiency (minimum TOEFL or IELTS score if applicable) and a personnel statement regarding academic and professional goals. MBA direct admit applicants will also need to provide GMAT or GRE scores and a resume.
Western also accepts transfer credit from any combination of regionally accredited institutions in the USA and Ministry of Education recognized post-secondary institutions. Inquire now to find out more.