Huron University College
Ontario - Canada
Huron University College was incorporated on May 5, 1863, and is the founding college of Western University. Originally established as Huron College, Huron changed its name to Huron University College with Royal Assent in June 2000. To be part of Huron is to be part of one of the oldest university communities in Canada.
As a student at Huron, you'll experience personal attention from faculty and staff, a warm campus community and the pursuit of academic excellence. Because class sizes are small, our students enjoy lots of interaction with professors and classmates. In fact, over 90% of students said in a recent graduate survey that instructors took an active interest in their learning. Beyond the classroom, Huron opens the door to a world of international opportunities from exchanges and work/study programs to volunteering for development agencies. Indeed, we prepare students for a world of possibilities and our alumni are proof. All leave equipped with solid skills, a commitment to social responsibility and the potential for personal growth.
University is about the experience as well as the education.
The mission of Huron is to provide a university education of the highest standards through its undergraduate degree programs in the Arts, Social Science, and Theology and its graduate and professional degree programs.
Management and Organizational Studies
International (Visa) students with strong entrance averages will be considered for these awards valued at $1,500 to $10,000 per year.
These awards are renewable provided the student maintains a minimum average of 80% on 5.0 courses during the regular academic term.
On average, one year spent away from home attending University will cost approximately $20,000. When planning education costs, considerations should include: tuition, residence, meal plan, books and supplies, phone, laundry, clothing, entertainment, etc.