Intent to Register
If you are planning on returning in September, you must complete and submit an Intent to Register (ITR) form. By completing an ITR form, you are letting Western University know that you are returning and the program that you plan to take next year. If you don't do this, you won't be able to register for courses.
Most students will be able to complete the ITR process online through your Student Centre website. Students who are unable to complete the ITR process online can receive a paper form from the Academic Counselling Office - NCB280.
- Intent to Register for the next academic year available: Feb 1 to March 31.
- To begin the ITR process visit this link.
- Don't forget to visit the Academic Calendar for full details on modules offered by Science and Basic Medical Sciences.
- For Basic Medical Science students interested in learning more about the ITR process, including resources, please visit here.
Information Sessions for Intent to Register
During the ITR period, there are numerous information sessions offered by departments that may interest you. Below you will find the different events for the past year. Please come back during the next ITR period for information on the scheduled events.
The ITR events below are put on by student groups, the BMSUE Office and Science/Basic Medical Science departments to provide you with the opportunity to speak directly with faculty and students.
BMSA: Monday, March 18
(5:30 - 7:30 pm in Talbot College, Room 204)
Come to see brief videos of faculty members talking about the modules offered by their departments. Upper-year students in basic medical science modules will share their experiences about the modules/courses that they have chosen.
Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Thursday, March 14
(12:00 - 1:00 pm, NCB 113)
Come celebrate the birthday of Dr. John Snow (15 March 1813 – 16 June 1858), a British physician who correctly identified cholera as a water-borne disease decades before the role of the bacterial agent was understood. His work is now seen as fundamental to the early development of epidemiology. Undergraduate students will be on hand to describe the Honors Specialization module and graduate students will be in attendance to answer questions about the graduate program.
One Health: Tuesday, March 19
(5:30-7:30 pm, Med Sci Bldg 384)
The Western One Health Club is hosting an event which will involve a networking session, presentations by faculty members to give an introduction to One Health and the Honors Specialization module. Pizza will be served.
Info/Q&A sessions about submitting an ITR for Year 3 BMSc: Wednesday, March 20
Come to a 50-minute presentation/Q&A session with Kathy Boon (BMSUE Coordinator) in Med Sci Bldg Rm 282 at 10:30, 11:30, 2:30 or 3:30 to find out:
- how to submit your ITR for Year 3 BMSc
- what makes a good First Choice for ITR
- what makes a good Second Choice ITR
- admission to Honors Specialization modules - how does this work?
Before coming to a session, make sure you review ITR for Year 3 BMSc.
Thursday, March 7th from 12:00PM-3:00 PM in the PAB Atrium.
- faculty members and students from the different disciplines about courses, modules, research opportunities, careers etc.
- the BMSUE Office about module choices
- members of the Academic Counselling Team