If you have completed courses at another university, you may be considered for admission to Western as an international transfer student. More details are available below. Please contact the Registrar’s Office directly to find out if you are eligible to apply.
Visiting Students are students who are admitted to Western to take courses for transfer to a degree program at another University. For details see the Visiting Students Program website.
Visiting Undergraduate students who will not enroll in courses but will be only engaging in research must follow the instructions outlined in this form.
Western accepts several visiting graduate students each year from around the world to conduct research or take courses. Students may choose to become a visiting student to:
• broaden their research knowledge and skills under the mentorship of a Western faculty member
• take part in a collaborative research project
• take advantage of research facilities, centres, laboratories and academic resources not available at their home institution
• take advantage of a specific course(s) not available at their home institution
Visit the Graduate Studies website for more details.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) generally considers research placements as work, whether the research placement is paid or unpaid. For that reason, Visiting Research Students need authorization to work in Canada. More information.