Students planning to return next September must complete the Intent to Register process ONLINE to choose their degrees and modules and be permitted access to course selection during summer registration.
View the Intent to Register Planning Guide or contact any of the following for assistance:
COURSES COMING FW2016:
Winter is coming!
Journey through the morally twisted universe of the bestselling novels that inspired the TV phenomenon.
Postwar American Science Fiction
A mind-blowing exploration of science fiction's diverse and deviant, from dead to undead, aliens to zombies, cyborgs to cyber-punks.
Young Adult Dystopias
When the world falls to pieces, find out why it takes a heroine to save the day.
Join fellow UWO students and jet over to Britain for 2 full weeks of theatre, workshops, artists’ talks, guest visits to some of the coolest back stages around, and seminars with some of the best performance scholars in the country.
Discover how art makes us human and also provides a powerful tool to advance human rights.
Explore the ways that literature promotes sympathy and citizenship.
Visit the Academic Calendar for a complete list of English courses (note: some of the courses described in this section may not be offered in the coming year).
CALL FOR STUDENT SUBMISSIONS
Established in memory of the late Lillian Kroll, a $250 prize is awarded to an undergraduate student in any faculty or program on Main Campus and Affiliate Colleges who exhibit a developing talent for creative writing.
Hard copy submissions accepted until Monday, February 22. See contest rules
Up to $1,000 is awarded for a recent work of creative writing, in English or French, on a theme of Canadian heritage (ie place, relationship, history, circumstances, etc).
Hard copy submissions accepted by the Faculty of Arts & Humanities | Academic Counselling Office until Tuesday, March 1. See contest rules
For more award opportunities from the Department of English & Writing Studies, visit Awards & Scholarships.