Western University - School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

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Western's campus is truly one of the most spectacular in Canada with a blend of gothic and modern architecture, rock gardens, Japanese gardens, and abundance of trees. Take a walk through the Sherwood Fox Arboretum or walk around campus and search for our unique art pieces located throughout campus. With the Thames River winding through campus, you’ll find a variety of picturesque spots to study at Western.

You’ll be surprised to discover that you are in small classes in first and second year. We consistently rank in the top of Canadian universities in terms of our class sizes. Most of our first and second year classes have fewer than 100 students in them and 47% have 25 or fewer students. This gives you more personal attention from your professors, which translates into a better educational experience.

Field of Study
Health, Parks, Recreation and Fitness 20%
Social and Behavioural Sciences and Law 19%
Physical and Life Sciences and Technologies 15%
Architecture, Engineering, and Related Technologies 13%
Humanities and Languages 12%
Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences 8%
Visual and Performing Arts, and Communications Technologies 6%
Business, Management and Public Administration 5%
Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation 2%
Education 1%

Modified on March 20, 2012

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