Welcome to Huron!
Experience Huron First Hand
We are proud to provide students with a unique learning experience that is best suited to fit their individual needs. But don’t just take our word for it – enjoy a virtual tour of Huron’s campus, chat with our current students to ask them anything and join interactive future student events, all from the comfort of your own home.
What Huron has in store for you.
Huron is completely unique to post-secondary institutions in Canada. Learn how our selective size empowers us to focus on quality rather than quantity and the distinct advantages this offers you. Here are just a few of the ways in which we’ve created Canada’s premier experience for international students.
Apply for Residence
Residence applications for Fall 2023 are now open.
If you are planning to live off-campus, please use the document below for a list of resources.
Throughout June and July, Summer Orientation and Course Selection will teach you all about what to expect in your first year, help you meet other incoming students and assist with registering for your courses. Stay tuned for more information!
You’ll receive a warm welcome at the airport the moment your flight arrives. Our International Student Engagement team picks you up from the airport, helps you move into your dorm and takes care of everything you need to navigate moving to a new country: shopping for your dorm room, setting up a bank account, getting a SIM card and more. Before classes begin, enjoy two weeks of exciting orientation events on campus and throughout Ontario to help you make friends and settle into your new home.
Located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, London is the region’s economic, entertainment and cultural hub. With the largest provincial GDP in the country, Ontario is the economic engine of Canada. Living in Ontario means you’ll have quick access to the headquarters of Canada’s major national and multinational employers.
London has now become the fastest growing city in Ontario and the third fastest in the country, meaning there are all kinds of opportunities for you to grow your career here. Whether you would like to pursue internships at top companies, volunteer opportunities in the community or other academic interests, London has it all!
With a strong focus on education, London boasts one of Canada’s liveliest student communities, and many of our entertainment options are built specifically for students. Enjoy endless dining and shopping options in our famous Richmond Row downtown core as well as epic concerts and festivals throughout the year. With more than four million trees, 40 gorgeous parks, and some of the world’s largest fresh lakes, London offers a year-round outdoor playgroup for the adventurous-at-heart.
International students must obtain a study permit before coming to Canada to study. If you’re not a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada, you must have a valid study permit to attend Huron University.
As an official document granted by the Government of Canada, a study permit gives you permission to study in Canada. Visit the Government of Canada’s website by clicking here to learn more about required documents and how to apply.
Once you accept your Offer of Admission, you can use the documents available in your Huron Application Portal account, along with a receipt from Huron showing your payment of one semester or full year of tuition, to begin applying for a Study Permit. It is extremely important that all international applicants to Huron submit their Study Permit applications as soon as possible, before May 2023, in order to be able to arrive in Canada in time for International Welcome Week and the start of the fall semester.
Please contact our international team if you have questions about obtaining your study permit.
Huron’s Designated Learning Institution (DLI) Number is O19332573852
The long-anticipated wait is over, and it’s time to pack your bags, meet new friends and settle in.
Take part in our country’s best OWeek Experience! Orientation Week is an annual welcome event hosted for incoming first-year students in September.
Orientation Week is an annual welcome event hosted for incoming first-year students in September. The purpose of Huron’s Orientation Program is to make incoming students’ transitions into university life easier, more fun and less scary.
By collaborating with all levels of our university, we aim to set up our students for success. Before classes begin, you will meet fellow students in your program, upper-year mentors (Sophs) and key members of our Huron community who will help shape the best parts of your living and learning experiences. This week is your chance to get to know our faculty members and our incredible staff who will provide 1:1 personalized support from the beginning of your university career to your graduation.