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King’s College (University of Western Ontario)
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King's University College (abbreviated King's College or simply King's) is a University of Western Ontario affiliated university college in London, Ontario, Canada. It is a Roman Catholic liberal arts institution that is co-educational. Originally known as Christ the King College, the school was established to provide a liberal arts education to the all-male seminary. King's University College now offers three and four-year degrees in Arts, Social Sciences, Social Work, Social Justice and Peace Studies, Childhood and Social Institutions, Management and Organizational Studies.
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Cost of attendance
The full-time undergraduate tuition price at King's University College is 36,208 CAD.
Around 400 first-year and upper-year students are housed on campus at King's University College. International students make up about 35% of the students in residence halls. Alumni Court, Townhouses, Wemple Hall, International House, Epworth Place Houses, and King's Commons are among the on-campus housing options. The average cost of on-campus living is between $4,600 and $5,000 CAD. The average off campus cost of living in Canada as a student can be anywhere between 15,000 CAD - 20,000 CAD depending on one's lifestyle and preferences. This varies in different provinces across Canada.
The college now has around 3,500 students enrolled. Around 570 international students from 31 different countries attend the college. Admission to King University is competitive, with a 60% acceptance rate.
The King's University College campus is in London, Canada's 11th largest city, close to Toronto. The Cardinal Carter Library, located in the heart of King's University College, is well-equipped with group study rooms, tables, access labs, wired work spaces, video viewing rooms, a conversation lounge, and a wide range of online and print resources. The Darryl J. King Student Life Centre houses some of the most essential facilities on campus, such as a 490-seat theatre, classrooms, meeting rooms, learning lounge areas, a meditation room, a gaming room, and a fitness centre. Budweiser Gardens, Centennial Hall, Richmond Row, Covent Garden Market, and the Western Fair District are popular places for students to visit near school.
All bachelor, diploma, and certificate programs are nationally recognized and fully accredited by the Government of Alberta, Universities Canada, and numerous other organizations, institutions, and professional organizations.
Jobs and Placement
The Career Services department at King's University College assists students in finding appropriate employment following graduation. The college assists students with the application process for graduate schools by providing resume and CV resources, interview guidance, obtaining recommendations, personal statement advice, and so on. Within two years of graduation, 94 percent of college graduates are employed. Masters in Science is the highest paying degree at The Kings College, with alumni earning an average income of $102,000. Graduates from The Kings College with a Master (Other) degree receive the lowest incomes, earning $55,000 per year.