What's New At King's
King's at a glance
- Student population: 755
- Student to faculty ratio: 10:1
- Average class size: 20
- Degree demographics:
- 54% Bachelor of Arts
- 28% Bachelor of Science
- 8% Bachelor of Education After Degree
- 8% Bachelor of Commerce
- 2% Bachelor of Music
- Top five majors:
- 17% Biology
- 17% Psychology
- 12% Education
- 11% Commerce
- 6% Politics-History-Economics
- 37% Other
- Amount of financial aid available: over $500,000
- 66% commuters vs. 34% residents
- 93% Canadian students vs. 7% international students
- Total alumni: 4,500+
How to apply webpage
To assist students through the application and admission process, King’s has created a new How to Apply webpage that breaks this process down to 10 easy steps. Students can view this page at www.kingsu.ca/how-to-apply.
Residence first-year guarantee
New students who apply for residence and pay their residence deposit by June 15 are guaranteed a spot in the Tower Residence! For more details and to apply, visit www.kingsu.ca/residence.
King’s scholarships and awards
Each year, King’s awards approximately $500,000 in scholarships, bursaries, and awards. Students can apply for competitive scholarships and bursaries through King’s scholarships and awards application, which will be available online February 1 for study in 2016/17. The deadline to apply is March 31. Last year, 40% of students who applied received an award with an average amount of $1,500. King’s also offers automatic entrance scholarships based on a student’s admission average: $1,000 for 80-89%; $2,000 for 90-100%.
Student Aid Calculator
Use King’s Student Aid Calculator for an estimate of how much one year at King’s will cost, taking into account scholarships, student loans, and other funding. Visit www.kingsu.ca/tuition.
Leder School of Business
The Leder School of Business now offers five streams of study: General Commerce, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Accounting, Non-Profit and Social Entrepreneurship, and Environmental Studies. Every business student at King’s has the opportunity to take part in a cross-cultural learning opportunity, including an exchange, study abroad or international internship. For more details visit www.leder.ca.