King's University College (Canada)

Type: Public University

Founded: 1954

King's University College (commonly shortened to King's College or simply King's) is an affiliated university college of the University of Western Ontario located in London, Ontario, Canada. It is a Roman Catholic, co-educational, liberal arts college.Originally named Christ the King College, the school was founded to provide the all-male seminary with education in the liberal arts. The school was founded in 1954 and first began holding classes in 1955.King's is the largest affiliated college of the University of Western Ontario and enrolls 3,500 students. It is affiliated with St. Peter's Seminary and the University of Western Ontario.[5][6] The university college offers programs in arts, social science, childhood and social institutions, management and organizational studies, social justice and peace studies, social work, and theology through its affiliation with St. Peter's Seminary. Highlights: --World-renowned Western University degree --Affiliated to the 4th largest university in Ontario --Located in park-like setting --94% employment rates for graduates, two years after graduation
Post-Graduation Work Permit
CO-OP / Internship Participation
Work While Studying
Conditional Admission

266 Epworth Avenue London, Ontario, Canada N6A 2M3 London ON N6A 2M3 Canada