Internationalfor students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents
Admission to Western is selective. Cumulative academic achievement is the most important factor in the application review. Level and difficulty of courses, grade trends, school and community involvement, special talents, strength of character, and personal circumstances are also considered. Applicants should have completed foundation coursework in English, humanities, mathematics, natural/physical sciences and social sciences. For transfer applicants, academic coursework and experiences related to one's academic area of interest may further strengthen the application.
The Admissions Committee believes that potential is measured by more than grades and test scores. When filling out the application for admission, applicants are encouraged to help the Admissions Committee get to know more about them by including an activities list or resume, and responding to as many of the short answer questions as are relevant.
We recommend you review all application instructions prior to submitting your application for admission.