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The University of Western Ontario or Western University (UWO) is a non-profit public public institution of higher learning founded on March 3, 1878 in the city of London (Canada) by Bishop Isaac Hellmuth of the Anglican Diocese of Huron. The UWO received its first students in 1881 with four faculties: Arts, Theology, Law and Medicine. Over the years of its existence, the university has become a top educational institution in Canada, currently occupying 8th place in the country and 198th position among the world's best institutions of higher education.
The University of Western Ontario has over 28,000 students. This is a major educational institution. The academic staff of the university - 1620 teachers. 17% of the student community are from other countries of the world. UWO has exchange programs for students and teachers. This trend allows to improve the quality of education, using the achievements of foreign specialists in teaching and research activities.
Students have access to both fixed and distance learning, eleven faculties, postgraduate and doctoral studies, as well as three university-related colleges that provide a wide choice for education. Western University offers over 400 different specializations, at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. Here are opened educational faculties, where you can choose interesting curricula: