Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Western University rating is 4.1. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Western has some of the best chemistry, physics and biology labs in Canada. As some who specialized in Genetics, I had the opportunity to use and participate in many lab exercises and research projects. The professional community at Western has allowed for greater connections in my field with a great alumni community. I would also encourage other to join clubs and other extracurricular activities as the people you meet might become friends for the rest of your life!View more
I personally would recommend grouping all your classes together during the day. That way you get them all done at once and either have the morning to yourself or have the evening off. Make your professors your friends! It helps a lot when you need to explanations and tips on certain topics. Make friends with the people in each class as well so that you have someone to study and bounce ideas off of. Use your weekdays wisely so that you have time to relax on weekends.View more
Having just finished my first year at Western University, I have to say my experience was really good. I chose to go to one of the affiliates and was a little concerned that since this was a smaller school, it would impact my university experience and the quality of student life. I have to say that I was wrong. I cannot recommend going to an affiliate enough. I had the ability to have a smaller learning experience and still choose to be a part of a bigger school community. Having hands-on professors and smaller classes was great for my learning style and still having that ability to go out and have a university-town experience. Cannot recommend it enough.View more
My program is an Honours Specialisation in Politics Philosophy and Economics and my favourite part of the program is the flexibility I have to choose what I want to study and focus on. The professors are usually pretty good, but it’s a hit or miss in summer. There’s a diverse option of classes if you utilise the courses offered by affiliate campuses which offer many non western oriented classes. You can do up to 1.0 credit from an affiliate per year and request more if needed.View more
Overall, the MIT program is as amazing as it is informative. Standing for Media, Information & Technoculture, MIT focuses on analysis, research & theories, and the history of ways that media and institutions affect us, and how we affect the development of different media. As an MIT student, you have the option to take classes within the program that focus on different aspects such as law, business, music, etc. In this format, students can learn how MIT intersects with different programs, and prepare students if they choose to take graduate classes in a different program. Since students have the opportunity to grow within different fields and a variety of internships, there are many career options post-graduation.
While every MIT teacher is very qualified in their field, sometimes the information can be hard to grasp and their delivery (depending on the teacher) can be hard to understand. With that being said, teachers will always host office hours during which the student can ask questions regarding the course.
As for the school overall, I would say it has its ups and downs – it has both a great party scene and great programs. They often prioritize the school over the students (and their safety) and do not make an effort to change how students can be affected in their safety and problems faced by other students/teachers.
I really liked the Health Sciences program at Western University. The professors are all very nice, and they are committed to furthering the learning of students. The classes themselves are organized in an efficient manner, with a wide range of flexibility for students to also take other classes that they are interested in outside of their field of study.
The school itself does not care as much about its students as they say they do, so that is definitely an area for improvement. The student life overall is very good, and there are always people to hang out with outside of being in class. I would 100% recommend this school to others.
The school has a good mix of both residents of Canada as well as international students, and it is very welcoming with regard to diversity.
I feel confident in my career aspects, however, I do think that I need to get a Master’s degree in order to find a high-paying job.
Moving away to Western University is a big change, one that involves a lot of courage and determination for a good education. Being over two hours away from my hometown, I had no idea what to expect out in London. After completion of my first year, I can honestly say that Western is a great school and I couldn’t be happier with my choice. From the friendly and brilliant professors to the cooperative and welcoming student body, from residence life to academic kinship, Western University truly is a place for you to grow as a student and a person.View more
the students are really nice, some professors are only there for research so they don’t teach well which is an issue at every university. The student experience at Western though is great. The campus itself is also beautiful with a lot of clubs and activities for the student body.View more