Study in London

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There are many opportunities for Newcomers of all ages to study in London. At the "Study in Session", London residents and students had a chance to learn about studying at the elementary or secondary school levels, as well as post-secondary opportunities (college, university, language schools) from a variety of educational professionals.

If you didn't get a chance to attend the session, you still have a chance to hear about all the excellent resources and opportunities by viewing the recording of the session here.


Your Community Partners


Linda Weber, PhD, Manager, King’s International
King’s University College at Western University
Julian Sonik, Assistant Professor, Writing
Huron University College
Cynthia Konnerth, International Student Advisor
Fanshawe International
Aaryan Lakhan Paul, Student
Huron University College at Western
Sheila Carson, Coordinator, Adult ESL/LINC
Thames Valley District School Board
BIO

Margarita Rubiano, Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS Worker)


Student Spotlight


Anchal Dahiya is a third-year student at the University of Western Ontario who has a passion for dance. She has been showcasing Indian culture through traditional Classical Indian, Bhangra, and Bollywood dances. Since 2010 Anchal has been organizing and performing in multicultural assemblies and school talent shows. She has also performed for multicultural city showcases, Indian cultural events, and fundraisers such as the Me to We Mission Trip to India, Cancer Research Fundraising, Srishti, Clinton Summer Festival, and Culture Festival Community Cup London. Anchal has also choreographed numerous shows, such as the Western-Indo Canadian Students Associations' largest fashion show yet, Anatya, in 2020. Anchal believes that the world needs to become more aware of the power of diversity and be proud of the countless cultures worldwide. She aims to continue sharing this message through her own studio, BRDRLESS Dance, the first multicultural dance studio that offers diverse dance styles from around the world. Some of the many classes taught at BRDRLESS include Bollywood, Salsa, KPOP, Afrobeats, and Hip-Hop.

Check out BRDRLESS DANCE and some of her videos.



A Place to Call Home


Leaving home and coming to a new city to study is an exciting adventure but it's also one that comes with many challenges. Having resources and other students to share in the experience is very important. Listen to how some of our international students have called London and our great post-education institutions home. Watch more - King’s University College playlist


Post-Secondary Institutions in London


London is home to world-renowned universities and colleges that see tens of thousands students each year make London their home away from home. Check out the links below for more information.











There are many opportunities for Newcomers of all ages to study in London. At the "Study in Session", London residents and students had a chance to learn about studying at the elementary or secondary school levels, as well as post-secondary opportunities (college, university, language schools) from a variety of educational professionals.

If you didn't get a chance to attend the session, you still have a chance to hear about all the excellent resources and opportunities by viewing the recording of the session here.


Your Community Partners


Linda Weber, PhD, Manager, King’s International
King’s University College at Western University
Julian Sonik, Assistant Professor, Writing
Huron University College
Cynthia Konnerth, International Student Advisor
Fanshawe International
Aaryan Lakhan Paul, Student
Huron University College at Western
Sheila Carson, Coordinator, Adult ESL/LINC
Thames Valley District School Board
BIO

Margarita Rubiano, Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS Worker)


Student Spotlight


Anchal Dahiya is a third-year student at the University of Western Ontario who has a passion for dance. She has been showcasing Indian culture through traditional Classical Indian, Bhangra, and Bollywood dances. Since 2010 Anchal has been organizing and performing in multicultural assemblies and school talent shows. She has also performed for multicultural city showcases, Indian cultural events, and fundraisers such as the Me to We Mission Trip to India, Cancer Research Fundraising, Srishti, Clinton Summer Festival, and Culture Festival Community Cup London. Anchal has also choreographed numerous shows, such as the Western-Indo Canadian Students Associations' largest fashion show yet, Anatya, in 2020. Anchal believes that the world needs to become more aware of the power of diversity and be proud of the countless cultures worldwide. She aims to continue sharing this message through her own studio, BRDRLESS Dance, the first multicultural dance studio that offers diverse dance styles from around the world. Some of the many classes taught at BRDRLESS include Bollywood, Salsa, KPOP, Afrobeats, and Hip-Hop.

Check out BRDRLESS DANCE and some of her videos.



A Place to Call Home


Leaving home and coming to a new city to study is an exciting adventure but it's also one that comes with many challenges. Having resources and other students to share in the experience is very important. Listen to how some of our international students have called London and our great post-education institutions home. Watch more - King’s University College playlist


Post-Secondary Institutions in London


London is home to world-renowned universities and colleges that see tens of thousands students each year make London their home away from home. Check out the links below for more information.











Page last updated: 26 October 2021, 08:22