King’s University College at Western University stands in solidarity with all those suffering from the violence and injustices of the Ukraine-Russia war and all who are experiencing violence and oppression throughout the world.
Western University has issued a statement of support to all students and our President Dr. David Malloy is a signatory to the ACCUC letter in condemning the violent actions. We stand in support of students, faculty and staff with connections to Ukraine and to Russian communities who oppose these and all acts of violence.
Many experts are providing commentary on the war. At King’s, history professor Dr. Oleska Dracheych, spoke with local media to share his insights about the invasion. As a university community we struggle to make sense of this devastating situation and we seek to offer our support to all in the community who are impacted by this crisis.
If you are a student who is having difficulty accessing funds as a result this crisis or who wishes to speak with someone, please contact King’s International at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Dean of Students Office at email@example.com and you will be given support and directed to appropriate resources.
Opportunities are available for the university community to participate in relief efforts to support those living in Ukraine.
Please read up-to-date information about Arriving in Canada on King's Arrival page.
If you have If you have questions about quarantine, documentation required to enter Canada, or any other immigration related questions, please contact King’s International at firstname.lastname@example.org
- A table outlining the vaccine type and requirements as per the University’s vaccine policy is available on the website: Vaccine FAQ for International Students
- Students requiring an additional mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) AND/OR rapid testing can book an appointment through Western's Vaccination and Testing Centre.
- If you have questions or concerns about the policy, please contact King’s International at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
King's International Connections
Have questions about immigration, living and working in Canada, or general concerns?
Send us a private message on our Instagram @kings_intl and we will be happy to answer your question!
King's International offers a variety of programs and services for both international and domestic students. These services include:
- International Student Services and Orientation
- Immigration Advising
- Peer Guide Program
- Outgoing and Incoming Exchange
- International Partner Liaison
- International Student Programming
- Support for International Summer Programs
- International Risk Management
- Pre-Departure Sessions & Support for International Experiential Learning
Discover learning opportunities at King’s partner universities worldwide. Transfer credits from abroad to your King’s degree.
Exchange information for students coming from partner universities abroad (Students coming to King’s)
Linda Weber, Amna Wasty and Olivia Yusuf are available for advising and support. They organize international student programs and provide information on how to study or volunteer abroad. Advising is available for matters pertaining to communication with your home/partner institution, international services and programs or cultural/personal adjustment. If you need assistance with any of these matters (or if you are not sure where to go for assistance) please contact King's International to schedule an appointment.
Email: King's International
Phone: 519-433-3491 ext. 4623
You can also contact Linda, Amna and Olivia individually or come by the office during daily drop in hours from 2:00-3:00pm.
Alumni Court 220
|Dr. Linda Weber,
Manager, King's International
Office: Alumni Court
Phone: 519-433-3491ext. 4363
|Amna Wasty, MA, RISIA
Exchange and International Student Advisor, King's International
Office: Alumni Court 220A
Phone: 519-433-3491 ext. 4589
International Programs Coordinator, King's International
Office: Alumni Court 220
Phone: 519-433-3491 ext. 4623