Aboriginal Education

Western's Faculty of Education is distinguished by its on-going commitment to Aboriginal Education. Graduate students will discover a range of opportunities to learn more about Indigenous scholarship and research through course work, internships, seminars, visiting speaker programs and other events. First Nations, Métis and Inuit students are encouraged to apply and are warmly welcomed and supported in their studies through the Faculty's Aboriginal Education Office.

Aboriginal Access Program
Aboriginal candidates who meet the minimum admission requirements will be given special consideration in the application process. In accordance with the Constitution Act, 1982, an Aboriginal candidate is an Indian, Inuit or Métis person of Canada. Applicants who wish to be considered through the Aboriginal Access program must provide proof of native status (such as a copy of the status card or letter from the band). Aboriginal Access applicants are invited to contact the Graduate Programs Office at 519-661-2099.

To see more information, please visit Aboriginal Education at the Faculty of Education